Tactically Fantastic Roguebook Now Available On Nintendo Switch

The critically acclaimed rogue-like deckbuilder from Magic: The Gathering creator, Richard Garfield, is now available on the Nintendo Switch with the release of Roguebook. Developed by the creators of Faeria, Abrakam Entertainment, and co-designed by Richard Garfield, Roguebook launched to high praise with an 85% positive review score on Steam and a massive 10/10 from our own Roguebook review.

Roguebook combines deck-building and rogue-like mechanics in a similar way to Slay the Spire. Players progress through a gorgeously designed game world, collecting cards, defeating enemies, and beating boss battles.

Tactically Fantastic Roguebook Now Available On Nintendo Switch

Cards can be upgraded to include better stats or transmuted to transform entirely. Unlike most other games in this genre, Roguebook doesn’t always penalize players for building bigger decks, with some combos becoming more powerful, the more cards you have.

Roguebook is already available on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X & S, and is now available on the Nintendo Switch.

Source: Press Release
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