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posted by DrPikachu (LEAGUE CITY, TX) Jul 5, 2009

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Member since Aug 2005

2 out of 3 gamers (67%) found this review helpful

I thought this game was awsome when i was in the yugioh phase of my life. If you are in that stage buy this cause i think this is the best yugioh game.

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posted by LambOfGod (ANAHEIM, CA) Apr 19, 2006

Member since Jan 2006

2 out of 5 gamers (40%) found this review helpful

pretty good game if you are into yugioh, if you are not don't even bother getting this game.

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posted by angryarmytony (FAIR OAKS, CA) Jul 9, 2014

Member since Sep 2013

Do not rent this garbage. Immediately at the menu I started off confused since you have to press the select button to switch from continue game to new game. Then you are told by every single citizen you talk to that you must wait until 9 (when the tournament starts) to challenge them and since there is no way to tell time you have no idea when that time is. Next the button to challenge people was not told to you until you have talked to certain people who tell you what it is (the R button, again, confusing) only if you know who to talk to. Navigating your trunk is also confusing, you are given a list of every card in the game and need to find which pathetic cards are yours. You are also only allowed 40 cards rather than 40 being the absolute lowest you can have like in previous games. The battle system is also incredibly frustrating, you need to memorize every one of your cards effects otherwise you cannot look at the effects until they can be activated which it will not tell you when that is. You cannot choose to put your cards in either faced down or faced up, instead they are forced "faced down" even though they are not faced down and can be used to attack, they are just labeled faced down as well as your trap and magic cards. This game is painfully awful and confusing on how to navigate through the menus, battle system, even on where to go in the world.

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