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  • Summary: The next installment in the World Championship Tournament series adds more cards and more replay value than ever before. The official software of the 2006 Yu-Gi-Oh! World Tournament has the most cards in any Yu-Gi-Oh! handheld game, over 2,000 to choose from. New modes will test your dueling skill with games such as limited Life Point duels, dueling with an 80 card deck, and more. Collapse
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  1. The translation ot what seem like a bazillion Yu-Gi-Oh! cards to a handheld game isn't easy, but for the most part this is as perfect a translation of a CCG as you could wish. [July 2006, p.88]
  2. The game was made for a very specific (albeit large and ravenous) audience, and I think that that audience will be pleased with the game.
  3. The latest iteration of Yu-Gi-Oh! is a very solid package. The tried-and-true game mechanics of the card game translate well into the video-game version.
  4. Ultimate Masters is ultimately far short of a masterpiece. It's Total Eyestrain Theatre.
  5. But even if card battling has slightly gotten your interest, Ultimate Masters is worth a look...although it's far from ultimate.
  6. It's getting to be that Yu-Gi-Oh! trading-card games have longer titles than shelf lives. [Jun 2006, p.87]
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