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  • Summary: Destiny Board Traveler combines elements from the Yu-Gi-Oh! trading-card game with elements of a strategic board game to create a new way for you to duel your friends. You can play as your favorite character from the Yu-Gi-Oh! animated series and duel with up to three of your friends. SummonDestiny Board Traveler combines elements from the Yu-Gi-Oh! trading-card game with elements of a strategic board game to create a new way for you to duel your friends. You can play as your favorite character from the Yu-Gi-Oh! animated series and duel with up to three of your friends. Summon monsters while battling on different maps, such as Domino Park and Outer Space. The game features more than 750 game cards and 12 different characters, each with special moves. Expand
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  2. Negative: 4 out of 6
  1. A great game to play with your friends and it can be fun to play alone but I don’t recommend it unless you’re a hardcore Yu-Gi-Oh! fan.
  2. The design itself isn't so bad, but if a game isn't fun, the best game design in the world isn't going to save it.
  3. A fusion of board-game and trading-card-game rules that most players will not understand until they read the manual thoroughly. [Feb 2005, p.117]
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    Whatever strategy is in the game is lost in the drab, dull gameplay that's more based around luck than skill. It's one bland experience from start to finish.
  5. Don’t touch this game with a 10-foot pole unless you sleep in Yu-Gi-Oh sheets in your Yu-Gi-Oh pajamas with your Yu-Gi-Oh plush toy. There’s nothing here worth looking at.
  6. For the love of everything that you hold dear about your children do not buy them this for their GBA if they like Yu-Gi-Oh. Buy them cards instead, at least they’ll get half way decent art work and will have other kids to play with.
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