WWE Superstar Xavier Woods recently talked to Geek Exchange about the new WWE SuperCard game, including how to play, if he’s a card battle game fan and more.
Woods also talked about who he’d want on his roster, which WWE legend he would want to face in a match, and more. You can read a few excerpts below:
Woods Talks WWE SuperCard And How To Play:
Well, now we have WWE SuperCard, which has a lot of good elements from physical trading card games and mobile card games. For example, you can open card packs and find rare and uncommon cards. The game has an Exhibition mode where you essentially just play against other people. If you win, you can randomly select and keep cards from your friends deck. Hopefully, their cards are rare or super rare and add them to your deck. The lower cards that you have can essentially be fed to your more powerful cards, which is a cool RPG aspect. You can level your cards up and make your deck even better.
Woods On Which Legend He’d Put On His SuperCard Roster:
Well, I’m coming across a lot of Big John Studd cards as I play this game, so I’d probably include him. I’d also include Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat. Just those two guys so far.
If He Played Card Battle Games As A Kid:
Oh, most definitely. So my buddy got me into Magic: The Gathering. I played it for a little while and kinda fell off because at the time, I wasn’t too into card games. but I’d still go to the card shop with my friend and just kinda hang out. I would hang with him and my crew because I was a pretty huge nerd growing up.
So the game that got me started playing card games really hardcore was the Dragon Ball Z card game. I was obsessed with that game and I used to play in tournaments, so I loved it. Eventually, a physical WWE card game out came out as well so I played that. I fell off on playing card games again after that. Recently though, I got into Hearthstone. I love that game! It’s just amazing! One of my friends got me into that.
To read the rest of the interview, including what other ‘geeky’ hobbies Woods has, his favorite anime shows and more, click here.
To read a complete staff review by Wrestlezone’s Mike Killam for WWE SuperCard, click here.