|Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Duel Academy Review by: starwars293
Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Duel Academy Review
Hey guys this is starwars293 with another game review. I am reviewing another one of my favorite games on the Game Boy Advance. It's Yu-gi-oh GX Duel Academy. Yu-gi-oh is one of my favorite card games and video game franchise. Now I would say this is one of the good games i've really played on the Game Boy Advance.
This is a great game really. You pretty much duel people in this game. I can't remember, but I think at the start of the game, you get to pick your own deck you want. I really can't remember which deck I started with, but I think it was a good deck I started with, just can't remember what it was called. You pretty much get to enter a code to get a card. It's like with Yu-gi-oh Dark Duel Stories. You just need to enter the card's code to get the card.
At the beginning of the game, you start off in Slifer Red. You meet Jaden Yuki and his best friend, Syrus. You can get people's numbers or something like that and you can call them if you want to duel them. They can also call you if they want to duel you. Jaden is a hard duelist when you first duel him. If you get better cards and duel him, you just might be able to beat him and his Elemental Hero deck. Syrus is pretty easy really.
Anyways, you also get to duel Obelisk Blue students and Ra Yellow students. I found that weird because in the series, you can only duel people that you're in the same color in. Well, I guess anything can happen in the video game world. I haven't beaten the game, but this is a fun game to play really. All the cards are in this game, except for they Egyptian God Cards. Since this game is after the first Yu-gi-oh series and Yu-gi-oh Dark Duel Stories, you can't use the God Cards.
Some duelist in the game are hard, while others are easy. Jaden is pretty hard when you first duel him. All you need to do is use the right cards to win. If you need some better cards, just enter the password code for it. Now lets move on to the review.
Graphics-The graphics for the game are great. The characters are suppose to look like what they look like in the series. The cards also look great. I believe all of the cards look like the ones in real life really.
Sound-The sound is pretty good. The dueling theme for when you duel students is pretty catchy to me. Some of them, I usually get them stuck in my head.
Addictivness-To me, it's pretty addicting. To you guys, it might not bet if you played it. I would still play it again since I really do love Yu-gi-oh.
Story-You are a student in Slifer Red. You just pretty much duel students and duel people in this game really. That's pretty much it.
Depth-It does take a while to beat since some duelists are hard to beat. You really need to enter the code for the card you need to beat a certain duelist.
Difficulty-This game is hard because of all of the duelists that are hard like Jaden Yuki. Alexis is also hard to beat really
Overall-This game is fun and also hard. Great cards with great effects. Even some have some good attack and good defense.
Wrap Things Up-Yu-gi-oh GX Duel Academy is a great game to play. I would recommend that you would play this game if you love Yu-gi-oh. You'll love it.
This has been another starwars293 review
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Graphics 9 Sound 9 Addictive 7 Depth 7 Story 6 Difficulty 8
Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Duel Academy Box Description: Yu-Gi-Oh! GX: Duel Academy is a card battle game for the Game Boy Advance based on the Yu-Gi-Oh! universe. Climb the Duel Academy ranks as you find new friends and battle new monsters. The game features more than 1,200 of the latest cards, tutorials, and exams to strengthen your skills as a duelist, and it comes with three exclusive trading cards.
Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Duel Academy Description:
Loose Value: (beta)
Complete Value: (beta)
New Value: (beta)
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