It's dueling time with the first Yu-Gi-Oh! video game for the Nintendo DS! Yu-Gi-Oh! Nightmare Troubadour takes your fave card game duels into 3D with monster graphics, wireless multiplayer, touch-pad action and more. How does it add up? Here's the scoop with our video game review.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Nightmare Troubadour - Rockin' Video Game Goodness
It's about time a Yu-Gi-Oh! game had tutorials! Now, new players can learn the game without getting creamed for the first hundred matches. The 3D graphics are a cool touch, but being able to send your friends your killer deck recipies is 'da bomb!
The biggest problem with Yu-Gi-Oh! Nightmare Troubadour is that the main part of the game is about as exciting as math class. The graphics for the cards are also a bit weak, but it mostly just needs a double-dose of wacky fun.
Night 5 really is terrible. it took me a solid couple of days' worth of playtime....then again, I was not keeping any eye on Freddy at all until he got to the hall corner, and when I began watching him, the second try I got it. -w-