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Yu-Gi-Oh Power of Chaos: Kaiba the Revenge - PC

Platform : Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows XP
Rated: Everyone
16 customer reviews

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  • Collect more than 300 new cards -- boost your card collection with all-new options
  • Expand your card strategies to include new combos and chains, for surefire duel victories
  • Brand new dueling field, sleek interface and original card game artwork
  • Works in conjunction with Power of Chaos - Yugi The Destiny or as a stand-alone game
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In Yu-Gi-Oh Power of Chaos: Kaiba the Revenge, the Kaiba Corporation enters teh game, for new action, wilder duels, and tougher gaming!

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A most-exciting trading-card game on PC! Expand on the hit Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game with Yugi's nemesis, Kaiba! More advanced and featuring hundreds of additional cards, Power of Chaos: Kaiba the Revenge works in conjunction with Power of Chaos: Yugi the Eternal or as a stand-alone game as players create more strategic combos to ultimately defeat the head of Kaiba Corp., Seto Kaiba. With an ultra-cool new dueling field, sleek mechanical interface, and the original card-game artwork, Power of Chaos: Kaiba the Revenge is a must-have for all Yu-Gi-Oh! fans.


  • Comes with three limited edition TCG cards
  • Implements the exciting gameplay and rules of the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game
  • Tutorial Mode teaches more strategic rules including chain combos, card removal, and rituals
  • Duel against Kaiba to collect over 300 additional cards and build up your collection
  • All the original Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game artwork is faithfully recreated
  • Import your acquired cards from Power of Chaos: Yugi the Destiny to create a stronger deck

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  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0001ILYQK
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: April 6, 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,802 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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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By David T. Crauswell Jr. on February 21, 2005
In my review of Yugi, I had pointed out some problems with that title that made the game go stale rather quickly: no increase in Yugi's playing level, rather limited number of cards, relatively poor AI, and repetitive dialogue that you can't shut off. So, would the next game in the series address these issues and become a real improvement on the original?

The final verdict: a mixed bag. Kaiba does increase his skill and deck level as you make upgrades in your deck, so he makes for a more formidable opponent. Not only do you have access to all the cards you accumulated in the Yugi game (and can immediately substitute them in the rather-weak starter deck you first receive) but you also can win cards from an additional trove that comes with the Kaiba game (over 300 total between the two). The AI is far better, as well; Kaiba rarely makes the more horrendous errors that Yugi does--though he can still have his "duh" moments.

So what wasn't improved? For one thing, there isn't a way of tracking your progression or playing level except by the number of new cards you've won. You can tell that Kaiba is playing with tougher cards, but there's no "rating" system that really lets you see that in any tangible way. And there are limits to how much improvement Kaiba makes. Hence, while it may take longer before you reach the "ho hum, we've done all this before" stage than it does with Yugi, you can eventually reach that point (though Kaiba will still give you more of a challenge than Yugi). Also, there's the "repetitive dialogue that gets old quickly" problem still present, and still no way to shut it off. Finally (and perhaps a little picky here) the music in this game is rather lame.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Patrick on September 15, 2004
Being a previous fan of Dual Monsters I of course had to check this game out. I do agree with others that posted a review, the repeat of dialogue does get old fast.. but.. nothing that would make me want to stop playing. The interesting thing about this game is that Kaiba will adjust his deck as you upgrade yours. Making him a continual challenge ! This game links with both "Yugi the Destiny" and "Joey the Passion" which is very nice. I can win cards in 'Joey' or 'Yugi' and they show up in the Kaiba version, which makes the headache of building your deck much easier. I highly recommend buying the other 2 versions within the 'power of chaos' series to get the full effect of this game. All 3 in the series offer different features. The main one being that the 'Joey' version allows you to dual against others connected on your network (ie.. only within your house or computers you link together =( .. but still a very nice addition. Also .. 'Joey the Passion' unlike Kaiba , will actually use decks seen on the television show. For example, he used Weeble's deck a couple of times and wooped me pretty good. All in all I give Kiaba the Revenge a 4 out of 5 star rating. 4 stars vs 5 mainly because of the repetition of dialogue and the fact that they should have implemented the online play earlier. Still.. it's worth the purchase.

P.S. If you want to experience the same type of gameplay with an added bonus of being able to play against ALL the popular characters of the show... I recommend Eternal Dualist Soul, or World Wide Edition, the Gameboy Advanced version of this Dual Monsters game.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By S. Moeller on February 28, 2005
This game seemed to be very hard but we worked our way through the challenges to build a pretty good deck. The problem is that you cannot save and reload the deck. Each time you open the game you start for scratch! Way too frustrating for kids under 10 years old! Big disappointment!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Red Menace on August 14, 2004
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I've had this game for MONTHS now & still enjoy playing it. I did a review for the first Power of Chaos (Yugi the Destiny) & believe it was great for newbies. This game is a definite improvement & continuation of the first. There are a ton of new cards & I've learned the fine art of putting together different types of decks. My son (who I mention in my other review) loves Exodia, so he always plays that deck. I pretty much play with all the decks I've created. The A.I. is still not too hard, I've been beating Kaiba steadily since our first duel. So again any experienced duelist will have no problems with this game. But experimenting with different cards & putting together new decks is fun. Of course just like Yugi, Kaiba says the same phrases over & over so it will get annoying. (turn the sound off) But overall I enjoy this game & believe that anyone looking to learn how to play Yu-Gi-Oh but doesn't have the time or money to put into buying tons of cards, should start here. Or at least start with the Yugi version & continue here. I'm definitely going to get the Joey version.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on April 15, 2006
This is a very good game because it helps a lot for those who don't understand the duel monsters game.

The game graphics are good, the music is OK and the cards in the game have very good effects. It's a shock to suddenly see the Cyber Jar on the field and having all of your monsters destroyed!!

This game helped me to learn a lot and I am a pretty good duelist now. It even includes an update for Yugi The Destiny. The update makes better decisions and makes Yugi even better. Also, if you have both games, you can bring more cards into the game and make Kaiba's Revenge bigger and badder!

I recommend this game to any Yu-Gi-Oh! fan.
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