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Yu Gi Oh The Duelists Of The Roses

This is par for the course. A game built on a trading card franchise would obviously make collecting those cards a big part of the experience. To triumph over the toughest duelists (or brag to their friends), players naturally want some of the rarest cards they can get their hands on.

Yu Gi Oh The Duelists Of The Roses

Gamers must first purchase a PocketStation and insert it into their PS2. Sounds simple, right? Well, this thing never released outside of Japan; players had to import it. Considering the time, money, and hassle, it's unlikely that many would-be duelists bothered seeking this Deck Master out.

To be fair, everyone makes mistakes on occasion. Even the best games sometimes slip up in the subtitles or other text. However, blundering information that could lead to victory or defeat is a potentially crippling oversight. Once again, it shows the people in charge of localization really dropped the ball. At least the multitude of cards means that many duelists won't have to deal with these mistakes.

Ultimately, though, your strategic skills are less important than the strength of the cards in your deck, and this is where The Duelists of the Roses runs into its first problem. You're given a choice of three different decks of cards at the beginning of the story mode, but all three of these decks are woefully inadequate against the first opponents you'll encounter. In fact, barring extraordinary luck, it's nearly impossible to win a match with the deck you start off with. The best way to overcome these terrible odds is to go into the game's custom duel mode, where you'll face significantly less-intimidating AI opponents and use the cards you win from these duelists to strengthen your deck. There's really no good reason for the game to be set up like this, especially if you consider the relatively young age of the Yu-Gi-Oh! audience. If you aren't aware of the importance of the custom duel mode, The Duelists of the Roses offers nothing but complete frustration.

Developer(s): KonamiPublisher(s): KonamiGenre: Turn-based strategyWikipedia: LinkGame review links: Gamespot: 5.1/10, Metacritic: 59/100Game description: The lineage of Yugi and Kaiba clash again. Choose your side in the final Rose War in England and fight to collect the opposing army's rose cards to overthrow the enemy. Attack with your powerful deck, including three exclusive game cards, in order to defeat duelists seen in the animated series. An all-new card movement system allows full control of over 600 different monsters and introduces advanced strategies never before seen in the Yu-Gi-Oh! world.

Dark Duel Stories is the first Yu-Gi-Oh! game released outside of Japan, and it came to the United States in 2002. For the Game Boy Color, the game is set up in 5 stages, with several duelists the player had to defeat, 5 times each before they can move on to the next stage. There are several monsters who have effects in the TCG that don't have them in the game and the ones that do, their effects are activated as soon as they are played.

I love duelist of the roses of would really like to play this game, but i can't figure out how to read the effects of cards in the deck editor... is there some keybind that is not explained in the manuel or something like that??? 041b061a72


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