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  • Summary: Tagforce 5 is one of the most expansive Yu-Gi-Oh! games to date with over 4,500 cards and more than 300 hours of gameplay.
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  1. May 20, 2014
    buen juego sigue lo de yu gi oh 5ds en todo pero con una version de ps2 mejor pero solo los fans de yu gi oh amaran y jugaran el juego una cosa buena es el reconocimiento de cartas Expand
  2. Nov 7, 2010
    If you like the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG or OCG, this is a great game to test out many decks before you spend loads of money on real cards and find out the deck is weak. The only problem here in the US is that we have some TCG exclusive cards and since this game is made in Japan it only has TCG cards that have been released for the OCG up to the release of this game. Cards like XX-Saber Darksoul, making it hard to test out an expensive deck like X-Sabers, even though it's a good tier one deck, maybe you just want to see if you like it. One problem testing out decks is with some of the not so smart moves that the computer AI may use while you duel. Making some duels not 100% purely the best possible. Even buying this game for the cards alone may be well worth purchase price alone. Go out and play the closest to the real thing, along with the newest cards though Starstrike Blast, and just have a fun time! Collapse