Summary: My kids are really enjoying this game. They have a lot of fun with it and I'm happy I bought it for them. We have another one we will be getting from 2011 soon so I will leave feedback on that once we get it :)
Summary: At the start of the game it seems like just like a fan game but once you get an hour or two into it and start collecting cards it becomes a very deep game. You'll need to use strategy and plan ahead to continue to win throughout the whole game. In conclusion, Yu-Gi-Oh Nightmare Troubadour is a game that will appeal to fans of the series and also to fans of strategy games who've never even watched the show or played the original card game.
Summary: This game allows you to collect and trade cards with other characters, so its pretty cool. The graphics for some of the monsters are also pretty good for a nintendo ds game. Unfortunately it has an annoying glitch. Sometime during the game Pegasus just disappears and I'm unable to find and duel him. So... I guess it's a good game for a yu-gi-oh fan that understands the game well.
Great game if you're too old to play Yugioh cards anymore
4 August 2011
Summary: Honestly, I miss playing Yugioh cards with my little brother. He grew out of them, I didn't. If you know how to play the card game and want to be challenged, this is a great game. (I picked it up for $3 at a garage sale. Yippee!) Anyway, let me break it down for you: -The plot is pretty basic. There's a tournament, some bad people... Plot has never really mattered in Yugioh video games so... whatever.
Summary: The first DS Yu-Gi-Oh! game on DS! Its a ton of fun has loads of cards, and even online play (though good luck ever finding anyone). There's not very many glitches and they even give you a 3D render of each monster (albeit very crude). The single player campaign is a lot of fun, but frolicked with difficult moments where you must fight back to back duels with no chance to save in between.