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UFS Card Game :: Street Fighter Dark Path Set Review

UFS Card Game :: Street Fighter Dark Path Set Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on May 17, 2007
( Rating: 3 Star Rating)

Bust heads with your fave video game fighters in the Street Fighter: The Dark Path expansion for the UFS card game!

The Universal Fighting System card game of battling [KWLINK ]video game characters[/KWLINK] has a present for Street Fighter fans with the Street Fighter: The Dark Path expansion set! It brings even more video game warriors, cards and combos to the game for you to collect and clobber your friends with. Including the classic fighters Chun-Li and Ryu! Here's the deal on the set, plus the 411 on which starter deck kicks the most butt!

Set Info

There are 144 cards in this set and you can get them as 10-card Booster Packs, or as one of four 60-card Starter Decks. Each starter deck is built around a fighter from the game - Chun-Li, Ryu, Twelve or T. Hawk and is a great way to start playing. You can also collect Charlie, Rose, Sakura and Adon from the boosters, then build decks around them. The best part about the set is the starter decks though, they're really strong and perfect for new players!

Preconstructed Decks

There are four starter decks in this set, each one gives you a bunch of cards designed to let you kick butt with the character on the box. Here's the scoop on each deck.

Chun-Li - This super-fast, super-famous, fighting girl has an excellent deck. It kicks butt all by itself, and gets even better with a few more cards.
Rating: 5

Ryu - The classic hadouken-launching fighter has another good deck that's easy to power-up - it's great for new players!
Rating: 5

Twelve - This morphing mutant starts out with a weak deck. But, with the right cards, combos and skill he can be the deadliest of the four decks!
Rating: 4

T. Hawk - Unfortunately this towering Indian warrior is a chump. He doesn't get enough cards to pull powerful combos and can get clobbered by almost everybody else.
Rating: 3

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