Reviews and Problems with Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Decade Duels
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16 June 2013
Summary: Good game overall. With the release of Plus, it removes one of the glaring issues of the vanilla game: a lacking library, filled with cards that need cards that aren't even in the game to work. However, that's the only thing it fixed. The AI for campaign are just...uggh. You play a game to have fun, but the AI are literally anything but. If I may say, they are literally worse than Hitler. They use decks that aren't even good, they are just plain annoying. Burn? Eeyup.
Summary: Its a Yu-gi-oh game, you get cards, you duel, there isn't much to it, but it is still great fun, especially to do so with your friends, my only complaint would be the multiplayer system and how people can leave a duel with the click of a button, they tend to do this when you're about to beat them.
Summary: This game is exactly what someone would want if they actually like the game of yu gi oh. It allows fully customization of decks, something that the magic games don't have, which basically makes this game far better then them. If I am playing a card game I am playing it so I customize my deck and get new cards; not for battle animation...It also has tag battles online which are cool. On the flip side I will admit I feel like things were halfassed to be blunt about it.
Summary: Yu-gi-oh! cards have been the reason why I spent all my money when I was a kid, and the only game I had was on the game boy Advance, from 2002. Now, there are probably over 10 000 cards to unlock and waiting for you to experiment them, wich makes the game much richer than 8 years ago. But it is basically the same game as before, and a fantastic one with whole new twists.
Summary: Hallo. Wer kennt heutzutage Yu Gi Oh nicht? Nunja, sagen wir so: Dank RTL 2 und Konami ist aus Yu Gi Oh mitunter einer der größten Kartenserien in Deutschland geworden. Warum sollte man eigentlich ein Kartenspiel auf einer Konsole spielen? Ganz einfach: Die Kosten. Grundlegendes Normalerweise wird ja Yu Gi Oh mit normalen Karten gespielt auf denen verschiedene Effekte, Zahlen und Farben vorkommen. Anders jetzt als wie beispielsweise bei "Schafkopf" oder ähnlichem.