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The game is very fun probably the most fun I ever had with a mobile game but I am a fan of the series but the game kinda is pay to win because you have to have dream orbs to add more character slots and you just use your dream orbs on a 10 pull for example and you have no left over dream balls you have to wait in tell you get some from daily login or you sell things that you don’t want to and they just add the same character but this time with a different uniform no offense but it took the game a year and they already have to re use all the characters like 4 times just this time with a different move I read the manga and they could add so many new characters to the game that why I really like it when they add brand new characters because when I go for a pull I don’t get the same character but Maybe or maybe not be better or worst of the version I have but beside all that I still get on the game every day just to play and lately I feel like it been a lot more free to play friendly and I think that a good thing I just hope that instead of making a new banner every month Maybe only a new one every 2 month and make the old banner come back so new players can try out players they might never get but overall this might seem like a negative review but I actually think it takes skill to be good and not just money the only reason why I friends with someone is just because of this game and series so I just wanna say this is a good game.
First I must say this game feels very polished and is extremely fun and addicting. Story mode is great. All the players I loved are there. Overall the app is very well executed. However once you finish story mode, your goal becomes team building and that’s when the game becomes very slow. Like many reviewers stated, it’s very difficult to get the good SSR players. I’ve saved up and spent 100 dreamballs in those special draw events where at least an SR is guaranteed: drew 20 players, all SR, no SSR. That was frustrating. They do give you SSR players from some matches, but they are much worse in quality. I understand the need to make money from in app purchases, but if I lose interest then you lose money from the ads altogether. Just hope they can strike a finer balance there for gamers like me who don’t want to pay explicit dollars, but will pay indirectly through ad engagement
This game is very good, from its gameplay mechanics and visuals inspired by the old NES games with similar titles. The big cast of characters have their own unique move-set and having a close PvP match really gets he adrenaline going. The reason for the 1 stars has more to do with the poor management of Klab and its unfair treatment of its player base. Throughout this whole month of the World Cup (which also took place during the game’s anniversary), Klab has released over 10 different banners each with very enticing units, bad rates, and without any communication about their upcoming schedule. Their communication has been very underwhelming even to faithful players who have been playing the game since day 1. While they have offered step-ups where you’re guaranteed a new player at step 6, they have only given a total of 150 dreamball gems for the whole campaign even though a player needs to spend 270 just to go to step 6. At the moment the rate of a featured SSR is .2% which is “increased” according to the company. The result from all of this has been a widening gap between F2P and P2P as they can just barely complete with one another. Play the game if you enjoy the anime but DO NOT plan on playing online because it all becomes a big headache. I am not angry because I have gotten quite lucky in some instances and have spent money on the game- I am solely taking a stand for other members in my club and other free-to-players.
Ok so some real childhood nostalgia with this game. Thats great and all but the nostalgia only goes so far. The cutscenes for matchups are cool and simple to understand. However, I was hoping that player movement would be more like FIFA games. Instead its just little icons just moving around the field. Like watching that really old electronic football game where the player pieces move as the field part kind of just shakes. Lots of potential here but its just missing a little bit more work on the player aspect. Maybe less cutscenes for simpler matchups and more manual control. Even though the game already has a “manual-semiauto-auto” selection, it just seems like its always auto up until you get a matchup. If you dont mind the constant back and forth with matchup cutscenes and the nostalgia can carry you at least most of the way, then itll be a good game. For me personally though I’ll pass on this...for now.
The game reminds me of the ones i played and grew up with. But unfortunately you need to spend a lot of money to get good players. For example to get Hyuga from the latest dreamfest banner you have a chance of 0.42% to get him and one pull costs about $2 so you will need to pull up to 250 times to statistically get him. Even if it takes half of that, its still 125 which is $250, for one player. Imagine how much you need to pay to build s good competitive team of 11 players. Also in the latest Misugi banner, klab put initial 2 years old red Genzo as a pick up character along with Misugi. This Genzo was a gift to all players a few weeks ago so why klab even put him in there as a pick up. As a result, at least 30% of people who pull the banner will get a duplicate card. Why did klab intentionally set ppl up like this? I wish the rate can be made more reasonable and the developer is more transparent and fair to the users who support the game.
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Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team has 5 570 user reviews.
Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team has an average rating of 4.5.
The latest version of Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team (2.13.1) was released on Jan 17, 2020.
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The all-new Captain Tsubasa (aka Flash Kicker) football game is now available!
Pick your favourite football players, create your own unique dream team, and battle it out against other users from around the world! You are the manager of
your own dream team!
Incredible Special Skills for that authentic "Captain Tsubasa" experience!
Tsubasa Ozora's Drive Shot... Kojiro Hyuga's Tiger Shot... All the different special skills from the original series are recreated in stunning 3D! You won't want to miss the character cut-ins and voices, either!
The game controls are optimized for smartphones, creating a smooth, intuitive, and stress-free play experience! Compete with other teams to become master of the pitch and conquer the world of football!
Re-experience the original story in Story Mode!
Experience the thrill of the original series once more in Story Mode! Take yourself back to Tsubasa's middle school days and relive some nostalgic memories!
Your players, team formation, kit, and so forth can all be freely customized, allowing you to create your own completely unique dream team!
Power up your players!
Train your players and power them up! It's also possible to transfer special skills between the same character! Use your powered-up players to develop your own original strategies, then use them to show your rivals what you're made of!
Captain Tsubasa is originally a Japanese football manga which has influenced many real-life football players around the world including famous star players and football legends. Enjoy Captain Tsubasa in multiplayer football game!
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