this game was a lot of fun and there was a lot you could do in it with the touch screen. The graphics were ok and game play was pretty good, but after a while it got boring but was still a little bit of fun.
Im not neccesarily a Yu-Gi-Oh fan, but there is something that brings me to the franchise. This runs true with this title.Yu-Gi-Oh! Nightmare Troubadour is just the same as all the other yu-gi-oh games i have played. this game is fun on the surface and great for the first couple days. but then there is a little shallow-ness in the game. the gameplay is good, but thats all there is. there isnt anything else,besides a couple of puzzles. there wasnt any tutorial, the sound wasnt the greatestand there was a story line that followed the tv series, but very...very loosly. with all this said though, this game does have a strange thing about it that wanted me to keep coming back for more.i didnt know what it was, but when i thought i was done with it and ready to return it, i found myself playing with this game for another evening. dont expect anything great from this game, its not a must have, but it is a game to play for the curious gamer out there. peace out and good gaming.