Robotech Collectible Card Game

The Robotech Collectible Card Game (CCG) is a collectible card game produced by Hero Factory that is set against the science fiction backdrop of Robotech. Cards are based on characters and mecha from this popular anime. After a limited public beta testing period, the game debuted at Anime Expo in 2006.

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