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Digital Subscriptions > Tabletop Gaming > Issue Nine – Apr/May '17 > BLOODBORNE: THE CARD GAME


Eric Lang’s adaptation of the gothic video game is a gripping blend of card combat and social deception.

Cool Mini or Not | £32.99 | Hand management | 3-5 players 30-60 minutes | Age: 14+ |

Like its spiritual sibling series Dark Souls, Bloodborne the video game is an oppressive fight for survival; a challenging and relentless dance with death where pushing for the killing blow on any enemy can result in losing everything.

Bloodborne: The Card Game isn’t quite as unforgiving or brutal as its virtual counterpart, but designer Eric Lang has succeeded in capturing the essence of the best of Bloodborne’s do-or-die combat for a tabletop adaptation that stands alone as a fantastic experience.

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