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- Unlock all-new cards in this all-new adventure - return to Battle City and compete for the incredibly powerful God Cards
- Live the storylines on the hit Yu-Gi-Oh cartoon -- gain experience points and level up your favorite character on the show, as you play his storyline
- Over 100 duelists, and over 900 cards to draw from
- Reach your destiny as the ultimate duelist as you collect this Sacred God Cards!
- Comes with three exclusive trading cards
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Hone your battle skills as you take on over one hundred duels in this addictive and challenging adventure.
Konami has messed with the format of its card-based empire, but now it has found a home. In order to get you to explore the new overworld map and fight everyone, The Sacred Cards gives you Duelist Points for battles won. Collect enough of these and you can access better cards and increase the size of your deck. While vets may find this limiting, it helped me to understand and manage my deck and trunk effectively. Regardless of your skill, everyone will be thankful for the improved battle interface. Sounds like I liked this game. Well, maybe I did.
Rated: 7.5 out of 10
Editor: Matthew Kato
Issue: February 2004
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