Reviews and Problems with Yu-Gi-Oh! The Duelists of the Roses
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Yu-Gi-Oh! game time.
7 November 2012
Summary: It's a good game for those that like strategy games. It's almost like playing chess or checkers. Mainly more like chess though. Just that you have to plan ahead because each board is different in design and terrain.
Summary: Ok so this Yu-Gi-Oh! game is the sequal belive it or not to Forbidden Memeroies on PSOne. This is based on the War of The Roses which truly happened in England but its not whose knights are better its the cards. At the begging you get a message of whats going on and then you see Simon from Forbiden Memroies which please dont laugh at the poor guys DRESS!
Summary: This game might not appeal to everybody, but it did to me. Although it has a different dueling format, more like a board game like Risk or Stratego, it has excellent graphics, a great plot line, and still an interesting dueling experience. The battle scenes are unique seeing as each monster has a different attack sequence, unlike the normal card games where they just make a slash through the card to signify who won, they actually have battles and the correct background...
Summary: I didn't expect much from the storyline except for it to motivate the battles. Fortunately, I enjoyed the duels enough for me to ignore the weak storyline. The duels are difficult unless you have a list of the possible fusion combinations. The AI doesn't always get the fusion right either, but it at least have an idea of what to combine. Once you get the list off the net, you'll have a fighting chance and the battles start becoming fun.
Summary: I am a father of two kids and didn't realy understand the whole "Yu-GI-Oh" thing. I played the game with my kids and found it to be entertaining. I got to spend some time with my kids doing something that they love and learned a little more about them. I took the time to get to know what they like. I love the game now that I understand what is going on. I have become a Yu-Gi-Oh fan.
Summary: For those of you who think this game is really hard and non entertaining, i will tell you some codes for really rare cards. I forget what some of these code were for but whatever. First go to build a deck. Then go to the chest side and hit R3 (push in right analog) then type the following cheat codes, JXCB6FU7, SRA7L5YR, UMJ10MQB, GTJXSBJ7, S14FGKQ1, 69YDQM85, SBYDQM8B, GME1S3UM, CZN5GD2X, 53297534.
Summary: Unlike popular belief, this game is rather entertaining. It takes a great deal of time but i TRUE gamer doesnt care. In less then five days i finished it but wasnt able to get all the cards i wanted. HINT: To get a high level card like Dark Magician, on the card slot roll get three of the same monster cards. THis game is long and hard, but well worth the play.
Summary: I find this game addictive. As my son puts it, it's like chess for those times when you don't want your brain to cramp. It is essentially a board game, with features from chess, stratego, and checkers. But, because it is overlaid with a fascinating, if at first arcane, card game--which includes classes of cards with various powers that can be enhanced or fused with other cards--it presents for a wide range of interesting challenges.
Summary: ok heres the scoop.theres a very LOOOOONG beginning(i mean long)like 1 HOUR!but its sorta worth it.its a whole new different battle technique and u need to developed strategies.i gave it a four because its hard!well,not just because of that but u cant control a CUSTOM DUEL(u cant customize a custom duel....?don't ask me ask konami)well im gonna sum it up.the music is ok,the graphics are ok,its fun and i highly recommened u rent it first!so u get an idea of the game.
Summary: The only thing that's weird and stupid about this awsome game is that your deck level has to be less than that of your oponent which realy [is bad]. But the oponents are easy to beat execpt for Seto Kaiba. But other than that this game is cool.