Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship Tournament 2004 Game Boy Advance

  • Publisher: Konami
  • Release Date: Feb 10, 2004
User Score
7.6

Generally favorable reviews- based on 22 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 14 out of 22
  2. Negative: 3 out of 22
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  1. SteveS.
    Apr 20, 2004
    2
    A pretty shabby game given that they stripped down the eternal duelist's soul to basically nothing and then charge you nearly $40 for it. Sure there are new cards, but many are a complete waste of time, such as 1200 attack monsters or effects no one would use. The most frustrating thing is that there isn't even a hint on how to "progress". To unlock new duelists is either A pretty shabby game given that they stripped down the eternal duelist's soul to basically nothing and then charge you nearly $40 for it. Sure there are new cards, but many are a complete waste of time, such as 1200 attack monsters or effects no one would use. The most frustrating thing is that there isn't even a hint on how to "progress". To unlock new duelists is either straightforward, such as beating another 10 times, or completely strange, such as having a card but not putting it in your deck. On top of that, some duelists cheat. Play the ghouls, and expect to see 2 Mirror Forces, 2 Rageiki's, 2 Monster Reborns, etc. Expand

Awards & Rankings

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#23 Most Discussed Game Boy Advance Game of 2004
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#12 Most Shared Game Boy Advance Game of 2004
Metascore
68

Mixed or average reviews - based on 18 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 6 out of 18
  2. Negative: 1 out of 18
  1. games(TM)
    70
    It's the game's bare-bones approach (card battling, deck editing and very little else) that makes WCT 2004 so damn intriguing. Under the simplistic exterior lies a game so laden with strategy and tactics that it makes our brains hurt just thinking about it. [Apr 2004, p.118]
  2. Where it separates itself from the real game is that it allows you to duel the characters from the show with surprising accuracy, you don’t have the problems of picking up or keeping track of your cards and it allows players to play with cards they either can’t afford or haven’t come across yet. A huge bonus.
  3. 85
    Think of Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship Tournament 2004 as being like the latest version of "Madden."