Reviews and Problems with Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dawn of Destiny
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TwistaG "Quoth the Raven 'Nevermore", Amazon
22 April 2009
Summary: Yu-Gi-Oh the Dawn of Destiny for the Xbox is based on the popular anime series where Yugi and his friends use their supernatural decks of cards to summon creatures for duels against other players. The game features the card-dueling aspect of the popular TV series, but turns up being a rather dull and tedious chore more than anything else.
Summary: Good game overall. Many characters from the show to duel against. Many different cards to win along the way. You can customize up to 3 decks and save your progress within 5 memory locations. Triple duels are fun; you play consecutively against a set of 3 characters to unlock the next set of 3 characters (with increasing difficulty of course).
Summary: Yu Gi Oh finally comes to X-box with this game, and it is a mixed game. Don't expect a game with a story like Forbidden Memories or Falsebound Kingdom, this is mainly just a sim of the card game with the anime characters as your opponents. It has a few negative qualities, which I will list below. Opponents AI can be a little lopsided. Sometimes they will be stupid, or very smart. Expect to lose quite a few times until you finally get some decent cards.
Summary: My 8 year old is a Yu Gi Oh fanatic...a real card collector and my 4 year old likes game battling. When you look on the back of this XBox game, it appears to be a game where you play the actual card game and then battle your monsters. [...]BR>1. You cannot play a 2 player game unless your buddy down the street bring over HIS XBox console WITH his OWN Yu Gi Oh game and you have a system LINK cable.
Summary: I think this game was alright. The gameplay is a little slow but you have so many more cards to choose from than some of the others. You can battle different characters like marik and bakura and they all have different fighting strategies related to the series. This game enhances your strategic thinking. I think a big yu-gi-oh fan would like this game.