Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel – Video Game Review

A video game review written by Lee Sonogan

Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel teaser trailer - Nintendo Everything

Much better then Duel Links. Free to play friendly, epic soundtrack, decent solo mode. I believe it only has to improve as Konami will release updates.I just have one request for everyone who wants to play this game. PLS READ THE CARD EFFECT! – poliekos (Metacritic 9/10)

Reaching over double digits of hours in this video game, this is a quality free/ium game way better than its predecessor. Sinking in around 270 hours to that former Duel link, Master Duel is what it should have been. With over 10,000 cards already built-in, the two simple modes for either a solo or online experience. Then in between is gonna take skills to earn enough points to get the right cards ideally a purpose why this was made.

Bringing it back to the original tournament ready format. One player mode has good ai to learn and real-life opponents in rank mode mean so much more. A big difference is an attention to detail in the visuals being the best gameplay so far. Still so much to do in it other than mostly using my Blue-Eyes White Dragon deck.

The booster pack system is a little whack so you have to spend your cash wisely because you only unlock base set extra boosters for 24 hours. Other than that, it has an addictive appeal that makes you want to know more. Only getting to the gold rank room myself, only makes you want to grind away to beat your personal bests.

Overall I expect this to keep being upgraded to even the OCG series that comes out earlier in Japan. More modes are apparently currently a work in progress to come. Using Yu-Gi-Oh! Dawn of a New Era program found on the internet for a long time, this is the alternative worth considering. What can beat this is the same VR quality.





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