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Pojo's Unofficial Big Book of Yu-Gi-Oh! Paperback – April 1, 2004
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Top Customer Reviews
It had scans and even reviews of every Yu-Gi-Oh! card that was out at that point.
One of the most interesting bits is that it had a summery of all the episodes of "Season 0" of the TV show. Which was a season that never aired in America. This was by far my favorite Yu-Gi-Oh book/magazine as a kid.
I can't give this book 5 stars because there are some small errors in the book (i.e. words omitted, pictures not in the right place, etc.) Also you cannot quickly find information about specific cards. Some "nice to have" features for future releases of this book would be an index that listed the cards and their corresponding pages and a table that listed specific objectives and ranked the available cards for accomplishing those objectives. These features would be especially useful since the card ranking (1 - 5 stars) provided in the book is based somewhat on the availability of other cards that do a particular job better. For example, Omnious Fortuntelling receives a low ranking because Forceful Sentry and Confiscation do a better job at providing the noted benefit.
This book provides great insight. However, if you are new to the game and are looking for information about how to play the game you will need to find a supplement for this book. I purchased this book for my 5 year old son who plays the game based on the official rules that were provided in his starter deck. We were hoping for a book that answered some of our outstanding questions about game play. While this book is great and we are very happy with it, we still need to purchase another book to complement this nice book.
This is basically a Yu-Gi-Oh Bible to be honest. Pojo's writers review every single card in the game (through PGD). There's full color images of every card, reviews of every card, and every card is assigned a rating from 1 to 5 stars. Even League Card & Promo cards are displayed & rated.
The writers also discuss history, Killer Decks, New Sets, & Staples.
They also write about the Lost Episodes. I guess there was a Series of YuGiOh before the ones we see in the U.S., and they tell you what you missed.
Another 2 Big Thumbs Up. The Pojo.com guys know how to make a fun book to read.
The contributors to this book, aside from Pojo himself, are the people you're used to seeing on the Pojo Yu-Gi-Oh website weekly. They know the YuGi Collectable Card Game inside and out.
Ever watch the Yu-Gi-Oh cartoons/anime? This book explains every episode up until the recently release ones in great detail.
Clearly if you or your loved ones are into the Yu-Gi-Oh craze, this is something you NEED to have on your book shelf.