Summary: Yu-Gi-Oh! The Sacred Cards is a game based off Season 2 of the Yu-Gi-Oh! TV show. The game is great because it has very old cards, and some that were only released in Japan! If you don't see the card that you want in the store, you can type in the code on a Yu-gi-oh! Card, and there it is, ready to be purchased. The graphics are great (I like 2D game sprites) and it's great seeing Kazuki Takahashi's art on a GBA cartridge. My only gripe is the sound.
Summary: The storyline is kind of short, but the game is actually good. To those Yu-Gi-Oh fans, this should be on your list. This game is fairly easy and you win cards from duel, which is good so you don't have to waste DP to get them at the card shop. This game is just like battle city where you challenge duel ghouls and Marik.
Summary: Ok first off if you like building a powerful deck of cards from a terrible one this game is great. If you want a game with a lasting appeal this game is perfect for you. It is pretty simple and it is not annoying to find where you need to go and if you know what your doing the game is easy to beat in a few hours. When i am looking for a GBA game i want to play when i am bored i pick this one over all the others i have.
Summary: Having played world wide addition to the death I was waiting for a good yu-gi-oh game. Dissapointed with the PS2 release I was anxious to get hold of 'The Sacred Cards' but just a week later I had traded it. The cards are not identicle to those in real life which I found a bit frustraighting however I enjoyed the new points system and additional tactice needed to play. However just as I got into it I'd finished it, only losing two duels.