Wednesday, 9 May 2012

Rachel reviews Redakai

Last week I got a new card game in the post.  It is called Redakai and it has all these cool moving pictures on the cards which are called holograms.  I know it is meant for boys but I like all sorts of games and I really like this.  Here I am playing it

I learnt how to play it in 5 minutes with Mum and we had lots of fun.  Dad was really brilliant at the game and made lots of cool sounds with all the weapons and monsters; he is very funny with them.  I won the game lots and lots of times and when I played grandad I beat him every time.  I played some of my friends who are boys and they loved it even more than Dad, they spent lots of time looking at the monsters and weapons and how they jump off the cards.

Mum says this is the basic set and that hopefully we might get the advanced set soon which means we can all play together, that would be good because it would be even more brilliant if we could play with more than 2 people.  I hope I can still win with the bigger set.  I bet I can.

I give the game:
9/10 for girls
11/10 for boys
20/10 for dads

Here is the officical information.

  • Redakai comes to life with amazing Blast3D™ Technology!

  • Redakai has innovative “Stack to Battle” gameplay. Stack attacks to damage your opponent, and stack monsters to power up your own defenses.

  • Redakai is highly visual and intuitive, easy for kids (and parents) to learn, but a lifetime to master.                                                          

  • There are two versions – Basic and Advanced game play. The Starter Set enables you to play the basic gameplay.

  • For Boys 6-12 yrs old

  • The set normally retails for £9.99.
    Spinmaster say "Start your training to become a Kairu warrior with the Redakai Starter Pack! Face off against any opponent with your arsenal of animated attacks.  Use the X-Reader to store your X-Drives, and then transform it into your battlefield for a one-on-one Kairu showdown!  Master the power of Kairu with the Redakai Starter Pack! Comes with 16 X-Drives plus 7 bonus X-Drives! And a two in one battlefield/ storage case."

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