This lets a card’s abilities change if the number of Action Cards used throughout the match is equal to or greater than the specified number. It’ll surely come in handy during competitive play and offer an extra bit of depth to matches.
Speaking of added depth, the Haunted by Memories expansion also introduces over 100 new cards to add to your deck.
Zero offers three new Hero Arts to master, including Tenkuuha, Fight Against Inner Demons, and Rakuhouha. Tenkuuha gives one of your friendly units a 2+ boost their attack and combo for one attack. Fight Against Inner Demons adds a Maverick or Maverick Hunter randomly to your EX Pocket, with the former destroying an enemy with an MP cost of 6 or lower and the latter giving a friendly unit a +2/+4 buff.
Last, but by no means least, the Rakuhouha Hero Art deals 4 damage split among multiple enemies whenever the player’s memory count is 3 or less. Interestingly, the damage will increase in line with the memory count, dealing 7 damage when the memory count is between 4 and 9, and 12 damage when it sits at 10 or above.
In order to celebrate the arrival of Zero and the Haunted by Memories expansion, there’ll be a new login bonus available that includes Haunted by Memories pack tickets.
If you’re still not sold on Capcom’s Teppen, perhaps you’d like to give Dave’s review from launch a read over.
And those yet to give it a go will find Teppen available for download now from over on the App Store and Google Play.
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