Summary: I don't have anyone to play the card game with so I ordered this to still play the way it was before all the complicated stuff came out like the fairy types & crazy special summoning cards and rules. I haven't play a yugioh video game since 2004 and this is good because I can still enjoy competing and playing yugioh without a real person. Taking a while to beat it which is good because it saves the game from getting old quickly.
Summary: I have been looking for a new version of the Yu-Gi-Oh! Game franchise for a while now, and it just isn't as popular here in the US as it once was. But this version is exactly what you need to take advantage of the functionality of the DS system. I only got it yesterday and I love it. I recommend this to any Yu-Gi-Oh! fan.
Summary: This game is a lot of fun and there are massive cards to choose from. The only dislike would represent a story mode is needed instead of beat these opponents five times to advance. I've already played the game for 25 hours and it's only about half finished.
Summary: This is, at its core, a simulator for the Yu-Gi-Oh! collectible trading card game. That said, someone who does not actively play that card game, be they a fan of the TV series or not, may have a difficult time with this. Even seasoned players may run into card combos they have never encountered before.
Summary: The amount of possible strategies with this games is awesome, My gruop of friends and me bought this game and every time we have a battle, is amazing the huge diferences in the strategical aproachs that each one of us develops. The single player goes a bit slow at first, but its good to get the hang of the game, but slowly the action grows and in few time you have many options to choose from. Now has been a year since I bought this game and I still play it.
Summary: This is a great game, particularly if you have someone to play with. There are structured duels to have when you're opponent has a much larger collection than you do, and there's a huge library of cards. The Duel World is neat, definately better than the last yu-gioh game i had, Worldwide Edition, and there is a kind of adventure mode. There are also CPU duels. For any hardcore fan, it's a must buy.
Summary: I went from borrowing my son's 2007 version of this game to buying my own 2008. The game is very fun, involving various opponents and sets of cards, and retains playability for weeks via unlocking new opponents and downloadable content. As far as differences on the new 2008 versus the old 2007, of course there are new cards.