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Mahokenshi is a strategic deck-building game inspired by Japanese mythology

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It's a great chance to be a fan of deck-building games. Inspired by games like Slay the Spire, the class has been encountering a renaissance. Throughout the course of recent years, incalculable studios have arisen with promising twists on the format.

Game Source Studio's Mahokenshi is among them, and it's both promising and staggeringly energizing.

Set on the Celestial Islands, a realm inexactly inspired by Japanese mythology, Mahokenshi sees you in the shoes of a strong samurai mage tasked with fighting off a shrewd that threatens to consume everything. At the start of each run, you'll go along with one of the islands' four houses, each with its own remarkable cards and abilities.

Stand stalwart against the powers of detestable as Kaito of the durable House of Sapphire, pulverize your adversaries beneath your heel as Ayaka of the savage House of Ruby, outmaneuver and outwit your enemies as Misaki of the House of Topaz, or strike devastating blows from the shadows as Sota of the cryptic House of Jade.

Whatever house you pick, you'll have the chance to discover north of 200 beautifully-illustrated cards through a combination of exploration and adventure. Choosing and upgrading the right cards will be crucial to achieving triumph — yet your deck isn't the main thing you'll have to consider. Mahokenshi isn't exclusively a deck-building title, nor is it only an adventure game.

It's also a turn-based strategy game, with hex-based battle maps that add a totally new angle to its gameplay. You'll not just use cards for strong combos and magical attacks, yet in addition reposition yourself and outmaneuver your enemies. To put it plainly, it consolidates deck-building and hex-matrix, transform based strategy into an encounter that's shaping up to be absolutely wonderful.











In addition to the hand-drawn cards, you'll see Mahokenshi's polished combat rejuvenated in great 3D, with lovely maps, shocking animations and painstakingly-planned character models.

And again, this is all set in a beautiful world straightforwardly inspired by Japanese mythology — up to and including the many devils and underhanded spirits you'll face during your travels. So whether you're a Slay the Spire fan seeking scratch the tingle for another deck-developer, a fan of turn-based strategy games, or essentially somebody who appreciates Japanese legend and fantasy, Mahokenshi likely could be ideal for you.
 

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