Abandonware Games / Yu Gi Oh Power Of Chaos Yugi The Destiny

a game by Konami
Platform: PC
Editor Rating: 4/10, based on 1 reviews
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If you were around in the early 2000’s then you probably rethành viên the craze that was Yu-Gi-Oh. A trading card game that would take the world by storm. The game would spawn an anime series, countless tournaments & events, amass a multitude of fans & also, a series of gaming titles bearing the licence would emerge. One of which being Yu-Gi-Oh: Power nguồn Of Chaos.

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This game, seeing as it is set with its roots so prominently inkhổng lồ the series, plays exactly how you would expect. It feels lượt thích you’re playing the actual card game only in a digital size. Though, if you want to lớn be pedantic about it, you can say it plays lượt thích other thẻ games lượt thích Gwent, Hearthstone or Magic: The Gathering.


Bare bones

This title comes in an era where you can play Duel links, a game for mobile that plays as competently as any fully licensed game in the series. Plus following very well formed titles such as Yu-Gi-Oh! The Duelists of the Roses or Yu-Gi-Oh! True Duel Monsters: Sealed Memories lớn name a few. So its staggering lớn see just how little this title has to lớn offer.

Akin khổng lồ the likes of không tính tiền cell or solitaire, this title allows for a somewhat component way to lớn play the card game against the AI. However what is shocking considering the games that have come before, is that this is all there is, there is no chiến dịch, no multiplayer a seemingly no semblance of a development team that care about the franchise.

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Some progression

The game does have some sort of motivation khổng lồ proceed despite its laông chồng of features. Though again, this lacks any cấp độ of nuance or flair. The simple premise is you get given a random deông chồng to lớn duel with và as you win games, you get more cards & battle harder opponents. In the most loose sense of the word we suppose it is technically a game. Though, it is one that lacks any soul & presents a real lack of respect for the series.To the games credit though, it does offer a high-resolution UI. Allowing for slick and fast gameplay. Plus, the developers at least thought it a good idea khổng lồ include a tutorial mode which allows newcomers khổng lồ come lớn terms with the battle system and find some cấp độ of enjoyment from this hollow title.


What this game does it does reasonably well. The presentation is good, the gameplay is quiông xã and snappy. The progression, well, it exists. Though other than this there is so little to praise or even condemn and this acts as its own condemnation. The fact that this game has been undone by titles on the PS1 or the trò chơi Boy Advance titles speaks volumes.

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This seems lượt thích what Activision did with the Tony Hawks licence. They were losing the rights and threw out a broken game with the name on it lớn sell copies. Though Konangươi have sầu held the rights to lớn this franchise for the longest time and produce so many great versions too. So it seems alien for them to lớn produce such a flop with no flair or personality. It’s a shame for PC players that have sầu not been treated to a Yu-Gi-Oh title, they deserved better. Though if you are a PC player dying to get your hands on a Yu-Gi-Oh title for your library. It’s better than nothing we guess.