- Platform: PlayStation
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Yu-Gi-Oh! Forbidden Memories (PS)
- Role-playing game story mode featuring a side-story to the Yu-Gi-Oh! King of Games TV series
- Duel Monsters makes the jump to a full 3D playing field
- See your monsters come to life with over 600 fully animated monsters rendered in 3D
- Import cards from the official Trading Card Game to create more powerful decks
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In Yu-Gi-Oh! Forbidden Memories, you travel to ancient Egypt to solve the mysteries of the Shadow Game and the seven magical totems. A role-playing adventure based on the animated series, Forbidden Memories invites you to control a young Pharaoh who is Yugi's ancestor. You'll talk to townspeople, solve clues and challenge players to duels to gather information about the impending doom about to reach the kingdom.
"Beneath the action figure-pushing hype lies a highly addictive and absorbing card-battling game." -- Computer and Video Games MagazineSee all Product Description
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Top Customer Reviews
I expected it to be like the tv series.It wasnt about the tv series but on the japenese comic that was made in 1996.I really liked the gameplay of the game and the graphics werent too bad for a ps1 game.I have to admit the game is quite hard but
you will get the hang of it after a few minutes.I would recommend it to anyone who is a yugioh fan as others may not fully understand it but I think it is a great buy
The game is based on the actual Japanese cartoon series of Yu-Gi-Oh (for once, not the other way around) The game tells you the whole story about how Yugi ended up with the Millenium Puzzle in the first place. There are many characters in the game taken from the cartoon series but only two of Yugis' friends are in the game with him, Tea and Joey. I don't know why they didn't put Tristen in...maybe he didn't have a very good role.
It's really fun to play against either a second player or against your PS1 or 2. It's like playing Solitaire...you win em, you lose em.
It's a really great challenge and the more you play, the better you become. You just get hooked on this game and like I said before, it's a great challenge trying to decide what cards to play and how to combine and use them. It sharpens the mind.
Sometimes, if you play the game good enough and play special cards you actually see your cards come to life in a very cool graphic computerized way and attack their opponents.
As for the music in the game...I give that 10 out of 10! The music's really cool. The music's full of action and it makes the game more exciting to play. The computerization is just great! The monsters and characters on the game actually look as though they're alive most of the time.
You should really buy this game. If you love the cartoons then believe me, you will absolutely love the game too!
You battle with cards, just like the real trading cards. However, like the cartoon series, you get to see these monsters fight each other in 3D, like in Pokemon Stadium.
In the campaign mode you must travel to differant places in the world of Yu-Gi-Oh, meeting people and then batlting them to win rare cards to use in your deck (maximum of 40 cards, unlike the actual card game). There is also a "Free Duel Mode" in whihc you can battle old opponents that you have already defeated in order to win more cards.
Another cool addition is that of the library, where you get to view all your monsters from your cards in 3D
The game adds to the original battle card game with the "Guardian Star" elements, where cards are given characteristics of there ruling planets.
The game can be confusing to newcomers to the world of Yu-Gi-Oh card battling, but the manual helps a great deal, as does practising with the townsfolk in Egypt at the start of the game.
So despite being slightly differcult to grasp at the beginning, the game soon becomes addictive and always throughs up a new challenge. Definately worth it if you love card games, and if you're a fan of the series. If you aren't, you may as well try it anyway, it's cheap enough!
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