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Satisfactory

“Yu-Gi-Oh-No”

published 27/05/2004

AdvantagesOutrageously expensive, poor quality, over-complicated rules.

DisadvantagesMuch as it pains me to admit, hours of fun if you're little.

...-parents-of-every-penny-possible fad, like all the other fads targeting the underage consumer. Gah. Yu-gi-oh is a very popular cartoon series for children, shown on Sky One. A young lad manages to solve a puzzle that no one else has been able to solve. It is a bit like the Gordian Knot though ? all very easy when you know how. This gives him magical powers and he transforms into an ultra-duellist, fighting ? of course...

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Super

AdvantagesFun, addictive, and strategic

Disadvantagesexpensive, and some people will find it hard to play

...Intro: I first got into Yu-Gi-Oh when I went to my cousin’s house. I arrived, all tired and the first thing I was confronted with was “Phil, do you want a game of Yu-Gi-Oh?” I agreed and I must admit, although I am a bit old for it, it was fun to play, as their were loads of monsters and moves possible. Below is a guide on the trading card game, so have fun! General...

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Good

AdvantagesStrategy element, story.

DisadvantagesOverly complicated, one sided battles, booster packs are expensive

...Yu-gi-oh is a card game based on a set of characters from a TV series. The current packs available are the Yugi, Joey, Kaiba and Pegasus decks. Each deck has a theme with cards from the tv series represented. These starter packs retail at £6.99. Packs contain 43 common cards, 3 rare cards, a rule book and game mat. The game can have many players but is easiest to play with two. Starting...

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