Reviews and Problems with Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship Tournament 2004
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20 May 2013
Summary: Overall this games is simply yu gi oh card game. There is little storyline apart from to battle everybody, however there are many positives. It is a game that can be switched on and off without the need to save game, there are 3 decks for you to customise and after each duel you can open and unlock new card packs. It isn't a game that you will become addicted to, but it won't get boring and it is one you can pick up for a 5 minute duel whilst on te toilet.
Summary: This game is good for anyone who likes Yu-Gi-Oh duelling games. Good idea to buy if you cant afford all the cards as this game contains all the originals. Overall a decent game for Yu-Gi-Oh fans, well worth the money.
Summary: Well, This game is pretty cool. It's sort of like that old school card game Magic The Gathering, from back in the day. The game is modeled after a tv show, popular with small boys. I'm 17, however, and i very much enjoy the game. I do, however, have a few annoyances with this game. 1. Your opponent "cheats". Clearly they know what cards do (the defense points of your monsters), even when they're supposedly hidden to them... which is very aggrivating. 2.
Summary: This Game is hard to play. The AI are cheater. And You can't find some character unless you remove some cards from your deck. Like for example Joey, you can't play Jinzo. If you have Jinzo in your deck, Joey won't come out. For Mai Valentine, u can't have Harpie's Feather Duster. And Ishizu Ishtar you have to drop all of your magic and trap cards. And now I don't even know how to modify my deck to get pass Shadi. They said there are over 25 but Shadi is only #23.
Summary: Now for someone who has played this game before I do have to say that yes I am disappointed in the lack of a password system (the same as I have noticed with "The Dawn of Destiny" for the X-Box), but I like the idea of earning everything the old-fashioned way at times. Also for anyone who is irritated by the slow speed of the duels, there is a trick re-introduced from "Eternal Duelist Soul": as you select your opponent hold down the "L" button and do not let go until the...
Summary: This game was definately the best Konami could have done, I don't see why on Earth they had to take away the password option. If they had just left the it near to WWE: SDD then this game would be so much better. It doesn't even have a story line. One more thing! they could have given us better starting cards.
Summary: This game was anticipated as being the best Yugioh games ever, however it should have been better. Why Konami would slow down the play is besides me, but the speed can speed up by holding down the L button, but that getas annoying after awhile. Probably the biggest disappointment is the lack of the password function. This game was meant to prepare duelists for upcoming tournaments, but how prepared can you be if you can't use your deck.
Summary: I thought The Game Was Ok The Thing that upset me about the game was the inability to put the codes for the cards you have in real life to the game.The cool aspect ofthe game is that here will be tounaments on the game which means there will be more of who is a better statigest than who can buy better cards.The movement in the game was a little to slow for my taste.Also the Als are in my opion are to easy i normaly dont want a opponet who is to strong bt there were...
Summary: 2004 is a great dueling simulator, but that is all it is. There is no story as in Worldwide Edition (thought that title's story was weak, but at least there was some reason to be dueling). When I first started playing, I was disappointed that it played slower than the previous title (though not nearly as slow as Eternal Duelist Soul. There is a trick to speeding the game up to blazing speed. Just hold the L button down while you select an opponent.