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Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Stardust Accelerator - World Championship 2009

Rating: 7+ (PEGI)

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  Good game but has to many drawbacks

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This game has a huge variety of cards, and overall can be very fun, ive never played a yu-gi-oh game before, and found this pretty easy to get into.
The problem with story mode is that it is an extremely dificult game.

Story mode: Every one is pretty much you encounter is up for a duel. Sounds good, but all their cards in their decks are designed to work well and complement one another, they can easily get out their strongest card very early on and what's most annoying is it seems like every one practically has the trap card which destroys all your monsters when ever you manage to get a decent one up.

You are given a poor mashed together starter deck with no real tactic available other then luck of the draw, whereas the games AI is brutally efficient. You can play a person many times and nearly every time they will end up with the same monster as their trump card pretty early on with 2000+ attack easily destroying your line up unless you are lucky to get a special tribute summon fast. Ive almost completed the game and dont have the required cards to use a template.
All the battles you have to do for progression aren't too difficult with the right starting cards, so i ended up depending on luck for the harder duels. Just most optional duels are ridiculous.

in my opinion the game would have been fantastic if you got to chose a structured deck when you start the game and add / alter it as you go.

Overall the story mode is pretty short, and overly frustrating due to the AI of the NPC's and the poor line up of cards you start with.

Now the Wi-Fi mode is what the game was made for, however for me it may have been bad timing, but i never managed to get a duel partner, i have limited patience so starting a screen for 10 mins waiting for a duel means i generally turn it off.

There are plus's to the wi-fi then just duelling, you can download peoples decks and have the AI use them to battle you.

Over all this game isn't for the faint of hearted, on-line play is competitive (so ive been told) and off-line play is cranked to maximum difficulty.

Like with Pokemon, you will find that people have used action replay to unlock all the cards, or other similar benefits, thus will have an easy time with the perfect deck, those who play honestly will struggle.

I do like this game, just one time too many have i been frustrated to the point i cant be asked to play any more.

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