After having drudged through my first 6 hours of this title I’ve found it extremely hard to understand the enjoyment people have with it. Throughout many of the reviews you’ll find people talking about how the game has this supposedly great depth of play. Yet I’d argue it only has the ground work for depth, as no matter who you start your dungeon runs with, there will always be a subset of specifically named enemy decks that can counter the strategy you characters deck will inherently build into. Which is a good thing since that’s what help’s in creating a meta game, but in this case, where missing the ability to adjust the cards in are decks in-between match’s in order to help out in improving the odds to compete against these counter strategy’s (I.e like having a sideboard to swap in and out the less effective cards in preparation for the specific enemy). But because removing cards from your deck requires the use of very finite resources it isn’t really reasonable to spend them to hurt your decks gameplan, especially since your already using them to get rid of the intentionally horrible cards included in every starting deck. And so games just devolve into brute forcing your way through these poor match ups and cross your fingers for good draws, else you have to start from the beginning all over again. Which is sad since there’s a beastiary that provides you with a hint about how you should handle any given FOE, but sadly, these nice little tips fall short since you’ll be spending all of you resources just trying to scrap together a passable deck that’ll more then likely be trumped by the power creeped version of the decks of the 2nd-4th floor. So to cap this off, I extremely hate the fact you have to spend hours of time just letting yourself lose over and over in order to unlock skills and cards that supposedly help in actually making yourself competitive against these pretty one sided match’s. You should be able to start a fresh install being able to win if your a good player, not lose 100 times before you can maybe start winning runs.