millennium items & duel cards

  1. Anonymous said: where should i go to find the game yo gi oh

    YU-GI-OH!  ;D Anyways.

    Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards:
    pokeorder.com — They have all the original packs and tins as well as the new ones. They also sell singles, and special packs. Sometimes, shipping is slow but they have great prices.
    Ebay.com — You can find some cheap card listings here.

    Yu-Gi-Oh! Games:
    Power of Chaos
    EBay.com — You can find Joey the Passion and Kaiba the revenge. Sometimes, they are cheap listings, sometimes they are expensive.
    Amazon.com — Currently, they have Yugi the Destiny for like 9 bucks.

    GameStop.com — You can find some games here, and it can also tell you if those games are at your local store.
    EBay.com — you can find a lot of listings for the DS/Wii/Ps2/ps1 and gameboy games
    Half.com — (an eBay company) also has a lot of listings, sometimes a lot cheaper than eBay.

    Games I recommend:
    Yu-Gi-Oh! Nightmare Troubadour (DS game) - You get to play tournament style (with banned cards and such) to pretty much the storyline of Battle City. It’s really fun to play against everybody and win lots of cards to create special decks. It also teaches you how to play and explains well about chaining, card effects, etc. It really improves ones dueling!

    Yu-Gi-Oh! Capsule Monsters (ps2) - You get to play Capsule Monsters! Each monster has a certain attack/def and a certain way and amount of spaces it came move (as well as how it can attack). In a way, it’s like chess but with Duel Monsters. You get to play against our favorite characters, and hear their voices, too! It’s really fun. You also have to play with the monsters type, kinda like in Pokemon (super effective, not really effective, etc)

    Yu-Gi-Oh! Dungeon Dice Monsters (gameboy advance) - You get to play Dungeon Dice Monsters! It’s not really good at explaining how to play. But, it’s easy to catch on, especially if you seen those episodes. It’s usually pretty cheap, too, and usually comes in a double pack with another Yu-Gi-Oh! Game.

    Yu-Gi-Oh! The Sacred Cards (gameboy advance) - It goes off of the storyline of Battle City. This game is nutty. When you duel, it’s not always about the power of your monsters or your cards but of the attribute/type of your monster cards. If you have a light monster and you duel against a dark monster, the dark monster is automatically destroyed. If you have a lightning monster and face up against a water monster, the water one is destroyed. It takes a little getting used to but it puts a new light on the game.


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