Asterix & Obelix: Heroes

Compatible with Nintendo™ Switch (SW)
Version: Europe
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Asterix & Obelix: Heroes
Asterix & Obelix: Heroes
Asterix & Obelix: Heroes
Asterix & Obelix: Heroes
Asterix & Obelix: Heroes
Asterix & Obelix: Heroes

Product Features

  • USE YOUR CARDS INSTEAD OF YOUR FISTS - Each card in your deck can be used to advance your strategy, from inflicting heavy damage with a menhir to healing a hero with one of Getafix's potions! It's up to you to adapt to each round, make the right choices and create combos that are as unexpected as they are devastating, by mixing, for example, the famous frenemies Unhygienix and Fulliautomatix
  • ASTERIX, OBELIX… AND OVER 20 ICONIC CHARACTERS FROM THE COMIC - Unlock up to 24 heroes as you adventure through all the different regions. Each character has unique characteristics and an ultimate skill. Asterix's ""Born Rebel"" skill, for example, works best against the Romans, making their attacks less precise, while Dogmatix uses ""Mark Territory"", which terrifies opponents and completely stuns animals! So make sure you choose the right hero for the right enemy
  • THE TREASURE OF TOUTATIS - Asterix, Obelix and their friends have to find it before he does in order to foil his plan. But be careful, the path ahead is fraught with peril: in each chapter you choose your route and combat, find treasure and avoid many obstacles. Use your cards wisely to avoid the traps set by the Romans. You will travel across 6 regions well known to fans of the series while you take on the Roman legions, of course, as well as the pirates, Egyptians, Vikings, and even wild animals

Item Description

The year is 50 BC. Gaul is entirely occupied by the Romans. Well, not entirely... One small village of indomitable Gauls still holds out against the invaders.


Customer reviews

Average rating:  (4 out of 5)
Total votes: 6

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Surprisingly fun Card battler
An interesting yet fun companion game to the other 2D platformer. I wasn't expecting an epic game, and game plays well on the license and brings enough fun for it to be a worthy addition to the universe.
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Great Game
Usually the card game mechanic in game is a turn off, but it works here and doesn’t feel so overbearing. The artwork/graphics are really nice in this one. Feels like it was put together by a big name studio. The game is a bit short but fun all throughout.
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I liked this game as well as Blaze in the deepblue. Shorter than expected, but really cool idea overall.
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Good game!!
The mapping is well planned, and has some rooms that are procedural, others that follow a pattern and we can always know in which room we are missing some treasure to find. Breaking everything we see gives us materials to get healing and everything, so there is never a problem of getting stuck. We can even have an object that revives us when we die and makes the game's main song play.

In general, the game strikes a good balance between a metroidvania experience and a more casual approach, with puzzles, backtracking, a good variety of enemies and boss fights, without ever offering an experience that requires a high level of player. The fluidity of the game is very good and in general it meets everything that can be expected on Nintendo Switch from a game like this (it does not reach the 120 fps that it does reach in the new generation).

The pixel art section works, it is colorful and very striking in both creatures and settings. All characters have their HD 2D portrait when speaking, and also their voices in Japanese from the series. The sound also stands out for its music, with songs sung by the girls and for the melodies that play as we advance, with quite a hook and without becoming tiresome throughout the eight hours of play.
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Yohane the Parhelion: NUMAZU in the MIRAGE
Even if you're not a fan of rouge-like RPGs or card games you'll still probably want to check this out since it's pretty fun overall. The game-play is quite good with enough strategy involved to keep a person engaged. The graphics are nice with plenty of cute anime girls and it performs quite well on the Switch. The music is pleasant and fits the game. I recommend this game to anyone looking for a slightly quirky RPG.
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