Build the ultimate deck in collectable card game Outcast Odyssey [Sponsored]

Hankering for a good old collectable card game? Well, Outcast Odyssey might well be the game for you. It’s out right now on iOS and Android and features all of the card collecting and deck building you could hope for.

There are over 300 different cards to collect, and each of them can be evolved or fused to increase their power. You’ll have to figure out the best combination of these to build an awesome deck.

The truly ultimate decks require you to master a bunch of special abilities though, which can also be combined for greater effect.

Outcast Odyssey has just celebrated its one year anniversary so we reached out to Erik Wahlberg, Live Producer at Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc., to talk about which IAPs he’d recommend to new players, the best strategy for winning every game, and whether or not there are plans to host tournaments in the future.

In which territory has the game performed the best and why?

Outcast Odyssey recently had its first anniversary, so we already know where our most devoted players come from.

“The United States, the UK, and Russia are among our most successful territories.”

Are there any differences between the Android and iOS versions?

“No. Since players can battle and interact across platforms we felt it was important that the game features and experience be as similar as possible.”

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Compete with other players in the deep card battler Outcast Odyssey

Outcast Odyssey is a deep and fun card battler that launched back in October on iOS and Android.

There are more than 300 cards to collect over the course of the game, all of which can be evolved and fused to increase their power. Figuring out the best combination of these cards is key to building a strong deck.

You’ll need to master a collection of special abilities if the ultimate deck is what you’re looking for. These help you out in a bind, and can be combined for greater effect.

Once you’re satisfied with your deck, you can test it out in PvP against enemy players. This is located in the arena, where you can also join a guild and make new friends to play with.


There’s also a lengthy single player campaign, with a whopping 40 islands to battle your way across. Each of these contains hidden treasure and unique enemies.

If you’re into dungeon crawlers, you’ll be excited to learn that Outcast Odyssey contains elements of those. There’s a challenging dungeon on every island which nets you plenty of rewards if you can beat the boss at the end.

You can earn even more rewards by completing achievements. These are spread throughout every aspect of the game and you’ll earn some cool badges for completing them.

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There’s still time to get those special SoulCalibur character cards in Outcast Odyssey

Hurry! There’s still time to grab those special SoulCalibur character cards in Outcast Odyssey but you’ll have to be quick as the promotion ends on September 7th.

That’s right – Ivy, Mitsurugi, Voldo, Maxi, Kilik, Siegfried, Nightmare, and Astaroth have all been turned into beautiful hand drawn cards in Outcast Odyssey along with twin swords Soul Edge and SoulCalibur.

If you want them (and of course you do) all you have to do is download the game and take part in events to get a chance to receive them as rewards.

Outcast Odyssey itself is an innovative combination of collectible card game and RPG in which you battle enemies and collect cards while journeying across a massive game world made up of 40-odd islands.

There are hundreds of hand-drawn cards to collect that each have their own powers to use in battle.

But if you want to be really strong you’ll have to master and combine a variety of special abilities. That’s extra important if you want to battle against some serious competition in PvP.

Shoot straight on over to the App Store [download] or Google Play [download] to get Outcast Odyssey and those SoulCalibur cards before the promotion ends on September 7th.

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