Reviews and Problems with Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship Tournament 2004
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The other ones were better.
M. E Friesen "gamedarwin", amazon.ca
24 June 2004
Summary: One day Konami made a card game that had potential to become as popular as football. Then that same person slapped on a corny story that was based on the card game and made the card game based on the story. (I'm confused too.) Then they made a game for the gameboy advance that directly recreated the actual card game, with excellent AI and most of the cheesiness taken out. It was called Eternal duelist soul.
Summary: I agree with those of you who think it's crap. I mean, for computers to cheat(ie. knowing your cards even if they are face down) already exist in previous games like Eternal Duelist Soul & Worldwide Edition. This is just a more advance form of Eternal Duelist Soul. I like the format of Worldwide Edition better, at least you get an identity (it'd be better if you can put you name into it, like GBC ones), calendar, and passwords!
Summary: I don't think I've ever been more disappointed in a game. This game is basically a bare bones version of the Eternal Duelist's Soul. The graphics have been slightly changed for the game board, and some cheesy music added. If you played that early game, you will be quite familiar with this. The problem is, you don't even get the features included in that previous game. Want to speed up the game? Not a chance in options or holding down keys.
Worth it?! YOU BET! If you believe me, look up Sarcasm!
Dan Raynor, amazon.ca
14 March 2004
Summary: This game is great having all the latest cards, yeah, but sadly with the loss of the password system, the game seriously lacks. They should've allowed us to create our decks, like the decks we own by adding the pass feature so we could put in what cards we have to make our deck. Otherwise, this game is too hard to understand in the deck building area and a little too hard to get the cards you want.
Summary: This game could have, and SHOULD have, been so much better. The ability to maintain 3 separate decks is a welcome addition, as are the great number of new cards. However, the lack of a password system and the incredibly slow pace of the duels make this game almost unbearable. I thought World Wide Edition was a much more enjoyable game.
Summary: Let me just say that I am as big a YuGiOh fan as there is. I play and collect the actual TCG and have all the GBA games. While I will say it is nice to have access to alot of the newer cards in this version, there is NO PASSWORD system. You have to rely on the computer to "give" cards randomly. I have maybe 20+ round played at this point and already have multiples of useless cards.