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

by Konami
Platform : Nintendo DS
Rated: Everyone
4 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews
Metascore: 73 / 100
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  • Includes cards from the latest booster pack, "Crimson Crisis"
  • Featuring 2,800 cards from Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's, more cards than any other Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship title
  • Includes 2 exciting modes of gameplay in one game, 5D's Story Mode and World Championship Mode
  • Battle in single player mode or against Yu-Gi-Oh! gamers around the world via Wi-Fi
  • Game will include 3 exclusive Yu-Gi-Oh! trading cards
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Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Stardust Accelerator: World Championship 2009 is the most robust offering in the World Championship franchise to date! Updated and expanded providing more than 2,800 playable 5D's cards in 3D environments. Players can choose to travel through 5D's Story Mode to duel in fun mini games with characters from the all new TV animation, collect cards and compete in multiple battles, including Turbo Duel racing. Also included, the all new World Championship Mode where players can polish their trading card game strategies and tactics in single player battles or multiplayer duels via Wi-Fi connect.

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Yu-Gi-Oh! Stardust Accelerator: World Championship 2009 is the most robust offering in the World Championship franchise to date. Updated and expanded providing more than 2,800 playable 5D’s cards in 3D environments. Players can choose to travel through 5D’s Story Mode to duel in fun mini games with characters from the all new TV animation, collect cards and compete in multiple battles, including Turbo Duel racing. Also included, the all new World Championship Mode where players can polish their trading card game strategies and tactics in single-player battles or multiplayer duels via Wi-Fi connect.

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Explore the world of the Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's animated series in this exciting World Championship game exclusive to Nintendo DS. With more than 2,800 playable 5D's cards, the game provides immersive trading card action set in thrilling 3D environments. Duel with characters from the TV show and compete in a variety of battle styles to test your luck and see if victory is in the cards for you.

Key Game Features:
  • Play your way to victory using any of more than 2,800 cards from Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's, including cards from the Crimson Crisis booster pack
  • See the world of Yu-Gi-Oh! come to life around you in stunning 3D environments
  • Duel in fun minigames with characters from the TV show, collect cards and compete in battles like Turbo Duel racing in 5D's Story mode
  • Demonstrate your best trading card strategies in World Championship mode as a single player or against other players via Wi-Fi
  • Includes three exclusive Yu-Gi-Oh! trading cards

All the Excitement of Yu-Gi-Oh! on the Nintendo DS
Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Stardust Accelerator: World Championship 2009 is updated and expanded to provide more excitement than ever before in the World Championship franchise. Explore the Yu-Gi-Oh! world in 5D's Story mode as you duel in fun mini games, or hone your trading card strategies in the all-new World Championship mode in which you can play in single-player mode or compete with gamers from around the world via Wi-Fi. An impressive 2,800 playable cards make for thrilling and varied gameplay, and the game includes three exclusive Yu-Gi-Oh! trading cards for added fun.

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  • ASIN: B001KRPU3E
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 5.1 x 0.6 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: May 19, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,651 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Overall I thought the game was pretty good. I used to play actively about 4-5 years ago and figured I'd pick it up to see what's all changed in the over all metagame. I've got to say the structure of the game itself hasn't changed much but all of these new cards make yu-gi-oh a whole new battle field. I was surprised when a duelist whipped out a syncro monster on me since I had never seen it before, but being a quick learner like I am - it took some time (going from graveyard to graveyard reading what this card does and what that card does) to get back into it and become average at the game again.

It's just as the guy said a couple reviews below, the deck you start out with is pretty weak. The opponents you play have pretty much themed decks (be it one deck based off of umi, another deck based off of zombies, etc). I think I'd win 2 or 3 rounds of of 6 duels.

It's fairly easy to rake in DP (Duel-Points) when you first start out, because your winning new bonuses and getting 100 DP alone for that new bonus. The bonuses are obtained after a battle and could be anything from:
-Decking your opponent out
-Max Attack Bonus (Getting A Monsters Attack High by Effect/Equip Cards, Etc)
-Exodia Finish Bonus
-FINAL Finish Bonus
-Etc...

My main advice for obtaining new cards is duel as much as possible and save up your DP, then go purchase all the packs in that specific set. There's 50 packs per set & your spending 150 DP, so you'll need 7500 DP per card pack (box per say). I started doing it this way because one guy had mentioned below that you get a lot of repeats on cards (which is true).
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This is a solid Yu-Gi-Oh game, which sticks with the real cards, unlike many other games.

STORY: The beginning is standard...amnesia. You end up in the slums awoken by Rally. Rally helps you and eventually helps get a Duel Runner for you. That's the basic beginning, without many spoilers.

GAMEPLAY: The environment is 3D, which looks well on the DS. The character is controlled with the D-Pad and you can run by holding B. The options, including working on your Deck, are accessed by pushing X, which brings up a few choices: Deck Const., Options, and Exit, with Duel Runner appearing later. The Duel Runner works with the D-Pad, with A for gas and B for Brake. I usually let off of A to slow down, but maintain speed. The duels are a standard affair, comparable to playing the real card game. Only a few cards have 3D effects, and so far for me, they have all been high level monsters, which appear 3D when summoned.

DECK: The deck can be modified to suit your needs, with over 2,800 official cards (I don't have near that yet). You can have 40-60 cards within your main deck, which is plenty, since all of the people I have dueled have only had 40 cards exactly. The starter deck is pretty good, if you have enough patience to get the flow of it. I probably have a 75-85% win against the AI, which may make it seem easy, but it's definitely not. The AI makes good moves most of the time and it may seem you are about to lose, but you may just draw the card you need. I enjoy setting 1 of my 3 Mecha Bunnies (came with the starter deck) and allowing my enemy to flip it, revealing 500 points of damage for him/her and if sent to the Graveyard, the ability to search my deck for another Mecha Bunny and place it face down, defense position.
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The major problem with making video games from a standing franchise or series is how to make it fresh and new. In the past Konami has put a good games year after year for the Yu-Gi-Oh franchise, but usually they were the same thing over and over again just with different sets of cards. This time around as usual, the game is pretty solid.

First off, it has the most extensive card database of any game in the past, which is a good thing. However, I'm still waiting on every card to be in a game. I know that sounds ridiculous at first but it really isn't something unimaginable.

Second, the game incorporates turbo dueling and flat out racing. To those unfamiliar with the new series, turbo dueling works slightly different than normal dueling. It incorporates speed counters and speed spells. Some are just rehashed versions of old spells and some are entirely new. It really does tend to change the game around, because spells tend to be less common and more of a big hit. I'm not going to any further details about turbo dueling but needless to say, its new and a refreshing change.

Third, the card pack system is almost, if not entirely, identical to the real life versions. In previous versions of the games, packs were usually devoted to a specific type or attribute. Now the cards are given in the way they are in real life, with a theme but not necessarily all the same suit so to speak.

Now for the bad. There are really only a couple things to complain about. First, its the same thing I mentioned previously, the lack of all the cards. It's pretty close if I'm not mistaken. I cannot find an exact number but I estimated myself and It was well over 3000. Second, the story mode is pretty short unlike previous iterations.

Overall its a good game and worth picking up, especially if you haven't gotten a Yu-Gi-Oh DS game or you are a diehard fan like me.
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