Yu-Gi-Oh! Millennium Duels
(for PS3 , XBOX 360)
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Yu-Gi-Oh! Millennium Duels
The single mention of the virtual reality suite made as soon as you start is important, because that’s how Konami explains away the dull menus and visual style. Every background is made up of techy, sci-fi squares, and every battle is fought on exactly the same white outline; the picture of your opponent changes, and that’s all. Individually, the cards are interesting enough, but collectively, the best that you can expect are a few whirlwind animations as your monsters are sent to the graveyard, and maybe the odd sound effect. On a smartphone, this may have been acceptable, but there’s something about how static the whole thing is that rubs the wrong way.
At least the game is actually pretty easy to play. Taking turns, you’ll draw a card from your deck, and then ‘summon’ one of your monsters to the battle area. Before you move onto the attack phase, you can cast a variety of spells or set a trap or two. Finding out what each of these do is as easy as reading the information on the screen, which you’ll spend a lot of time doing as you try to work out the best way of countering your opponent’s tactics.
In Yu-Gi-Oh! you make your own luck. More specifically, you make your own deck. If you have the interest and inclination, you can completely customise the cards that you use in a match, and considering that there are so many to unlock, there’s an awful lot of potential. Alas, the deck customizer isn’t exactly easy to use, and it will take a while for you to figure out the various layers available to you. Smart players will leave nothing to chance, but beginners and casuals will find this is to be a largely optional portion of their trading card career.
Alas, there’s nothing else to hold your attention. Trophies reward you for completing tournaments and playing 30 matches in the online mode, and if you’re not actually in a card game, then you’ll be organising your collection ready for the next one. If you’re not one of the world’s biggest trading card fans, then there’s no plot to keep you going, and no reason to take the risk of buying the game if you’re not entirely certain about it.
ConclusionYu-Gi-Oh! Millennium Duels is mainly for the fans. While newcomers may be able to appreciate the depths of this card-based battler, its low-frills presentation makes it a difficult sell. Engross yourself in the tactical action, and you’ll find an adventure meatier than the paper that it’s printed on – but that doesn’t prevent this title from dealing a niche hand at best.
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