Not very worth it unless you're just in it for the duels.
18 May 2013
Summary: I bought this game because I've loved Yu-Gi-Oh! since I was a kid, and I jumped at the opportunity to play a fairly recent game. After booting it up and playing for a few minutes, however, I wasn't quite as happy with this game as I thought I would be. The prologue was over-long, dull, and a little repetitive in some parts which was a real turn-off right off the bat.
Summary: I wasn't quite as happy with this game as I thought it would be. The prologue was over-long, dull, and a little repetitive in some parts which was a real turn-off right off the bat. The gameplay after the prologue can get confusing unless you spent a couple minutes searching for the in-game help function which can only be accessed from the map if you look at the little tip at the bottom right-hand side of the screen that tells you that.
Summary: This is by far the best way to play Yu-Gi-Oh! Can't wait for a PS Vita version! Great card game, easy to pick up and just play. Off topic: The Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise is starting to suck. They need to revamp the old school and make it better. Like MK did with MK9. After GX it started to get stupid with all the extra stuff.
Summary: i love watch yu-gi-oh 5d's on t.v and i love this game i been i fan yu-gi-oh snice i was 13 year old i'm 23 year old now still like yu-gi-oh and i still get cards to and this game is easyer than the other yu-gi-oh tag force but it still kindna hard to but if you love the yu-gi-oh show and you love the yu-gi-oh tcg and you love all yu-gi-oh tag force game you should get game it awesome.
Summary: I gave it 4 stars because the game is not available in english like all the previous Tag Force 1-5. But if you play all the previous Tag Force, you wouldnt have difficulty at all playing this game in Japanese. Its so fun, and it actually surprise me how much I enjoy the character speaking in Japanese (just like the anime). I'm happy I bought it.