Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Decade Duels Plus PlayStation 3

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  • Summary: Duel Yu-Gi-Oh! characters from past and present day in the card-slinging series. Includes the latest cards from the trading card game, single-player challenges, and online multiplayer skirmishes.
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  1. Aug 18, 2013
    This is an excellent ccg online game and I certainly do not agree with the player reviews put here. It is true the game can be relentless atThis is an excellent ccg online game and I certainly do not agree with the player reviews put here. It is true the game can be relentless at the opening but every game you duel you win at least one card and sometimes up to 10 or more cards so you are always building a library to overcome this challenge, it is not like you are stuck. In my opinion, I like this, if the game was too easy it would be boring and this difficulty does nothing more than peek my interest in the game and the decks that are available to be built with custom cards you win. As you play more your options increase as to what kind of decks you can make. Actually there is very little wrong with this game. I can only find annoyance in the background music which can be toggled down and I also think they could have cleaned up the card library interfaces, but they are usuable without too much concern. All said I can't see why so many upset players, you are allowed 5 deck slots for variety of play, there is online matchmaking and ranked games with variable customization in rules, you always win cards and the difficulty of the game is random and variable depending on your opponent. Unlike magic the gathering on ps3 which is made to be a tutortial essentially this game is complete and does not top out in deckbuilding. The more you play the larger your library without capping what the player can win and be stuck with. This game costs $10 which is less than an introductory set of physical cards you could buy in a store and then have to find a person or friend to play with. I just can't understand why someone would rate this game low when it essentially is a virtual collection of winnable cards that can be customized to be played online against players anywhere in the world without caps and has a challenging AI computer system......For $10 this game has to receive a 9 score from me. The people complaining...lol. Expand
  2. Mar 13, 2013