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  • Summary: Based on "Riding Duel" in the Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's animated series, Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Wheelie Breakers introduces players to a fast-paced twist on a racing game. Yusei and Jack duel in a new motor sport called "Wheelie Breakers" that combines card dueling with duel wheel racing. As they race around the track in their Duel Runner motorcycles, players call upon monsters from their decks to battle their opponents and prevent them from finishing the race. Using achievement points which players receive based on their race results, they can purchase new cards and add them to their decks providing upgrades. Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Wheelie Breakers takes full advantage of the Nintendo Wii as players use the Wii Remote for competitive card dueling and Duel Runner racing. Gamers can also use the Nunchuk during races, allowing for split-second maneuvers including, acceleration, steering and recovery. Various gameplay modes are also offered including Story Mode, Grand Prix Mode and Competition Multiplayer Mode with up to 4 friends in racing split screen. [Konami] Expand
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  1. 75
    If you're a kart racing fan who's ever wondered what the genre could be like with extra layers of depth and strategy placed overtop the familiar race-to-the-finish-while-throwing-things design concept, Wheelie Breakers is a game you should make yourself familiar with quick.
  2. Yu-Gi-Oh! fans will certainly lap this one up, but it's not too shabby as a Wii-centric kart racer. Fans and non-fans alike should enjoy the different modes and will return to unlock new cards.
  3. It’s a recommended must buy for Yu-Gi-Oh! fans since it’s a refreshing take in the video-game medium that breaks away from the droning card-battling games of the past.
  4. 65
    This game needed a tutorial to explain itself better. Not even the instruction manual provides ample information to arm you with the knowledge to play at a beginner level. You need to do a lot of trial and error runs to get caught up to speed on what works and what doesn't.
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