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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.

...boxes. Sigh. To be able to play the Yu-Gi-Oh trading card game, you will need to buy a starter pack. This will set you back ? depending on where you shop ? between a fiver and nine quid. Ebay is the cheapest place to look and here you will pay five or six pounds for brand new packs. High street shops such as WH Smith and Woolworth's charge eight pounds. I bought from probably the most expensive...

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Super

AdvantagesFun, addictive, and strategic

Disadvantagesexpensive, and some people will find it hard to play

...levels. Of course, the obvious strategy is to have powerful monsters, but there are other ways of beating your opponent. For example, as well as monster cards, you can use Spell and Trap cards to weaken your opponent, therefore, making it easier to win. (see sections on strategies and spell, trap and monster cards). Availability of Packs and Cards: Yu-Gi-Oh booster packs are available from Argos and...

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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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