Yu-Gi-Oh! The Falsebound Kingdom Gamecube Video Game Review
Yugi and friends are in the Yu-Gi-Oh! The Falsebound Kingdom video game for the Nintendo Gamecube console - get the review here!
What's the Deal with Yu-Gi-Oh! The Falsebound Kingdom?The story behind The Falsebound Kingdom game is that Yugi and his friends get stuck inside a 3D Duel Monster video game and have to beat it to escape. You play as Yugi, or Kaiba, and take command of groups of monsters. By moving the monsters around on a map of the world, you battle other groups of monsters, take over cities and pass levels. It's different from other Yu-Gi-Oh! games because you don't play any card games, instead it's like a cross between Starcraft and Final Fantasy.
The Good News about The Falsebound KingdomWith the totally new way to play the game, there are some really cool things about the Yu-Gi-Oh! The Falsebound Kingdom video game. For starters, you get to see all the monsters from the card game fight it out in 3D when you battle your opponents. You also get to play a strategy game by moving groups of monsters around on a battlefield to block enemies, capture cities and more.
Does Yu-Gi-Oh! The Falsebound Kingdom Suck?Unfortunately, there are a lot of lame things going on in The Falsebound Kingdom - the biggest is that the game graphics look like something that crawled off of a Gameboy Advance and wouldn't die. The world maps are boring, the monsters look like smudges unless they're in battle, and there are huge chunks of the game that could look way cooler.
Is It Worth Travelling to The Falsebound Kingdom?Unless you're a Yu-Gi-Oh! hardcore, don't bother. There are better strategy games available and the only thing that makes this Gamecube video game worth playing is that you get to control Duel Monsters in battle.
Yu-Gi-Oh! The Falsebound Kingdom Age Rating: Everyone.
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