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Yu-Gi-Oh! Card Game: Collectible Tin Reviews

Reviewed by on Dec 27, 2006
Rating: 1 Star Rating

Get the 411 on the Yu-Gi-Oh! Card Game collectible tins with our review!

The Yu-Gi-Oh! Card Game lets you duel like Yugi, with all the powerful monsters, traps and spell cards from the Yu-Gi-Oh! animated TV show. You can collect the cards with Structure Decks, Booster Packs, or the Yu-Gi-Oh! Collectible Tins. What's the deal with these cool-looking tins? Here's the 411 on 'em and our review!

Yu-Gi-Oh! Card Game Collectible Tin Info

Here's what you'll find in each Yu-Gi-Oh! Collectible Tin.

  • One Dark Beginning Volume 1 Booster Pack.
  • One Dark Revelation Volume 1 Booster Pack.
  • One Flaming Eternity Booster Pack.
  • One Rise of Destiny Booster Pack.
  • One Soul of the Duelist Booster Pack.
  • One Exclusive Monster Card.
  • A Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Pocket Guide

  • There are six tins and each one is designed to match the powerful monster card inside. Here are the monsters you can get.
  • Dark Magician Girl
  • Exarion Universe
  • Gilford the Lightning
  • Panther Warrior
  • Rocket Warrior
  • Vorse Raider

Yu-Gi-Oh! Collectible Tin Good News

The best part about these tins is that they look awesome! They also have a mini guide to the new Yu-Gi-Oh! GX TV show that gives the 411 on the heroes and villains, as well as showing you how to enter Yu-Gi-Oh! tournaments to win big prizes.

Yu-Gi-Oh! Collectible Tin Stupidity

Once you have one of these tins you'll realize a problem - they're useless for storing cards! They may look cool, but if you stick your cards in 'em they'll just flop around and get all messed up. At least you can pack a sandwich into it for your lunch.

The Real Deal With the Yu-Gi-Oh! Collectible Tins

The bottom-line with the Yu-Gi-Oh! Collectible Tins is that they look cool and each one has a neat monster card, but they're useless for actually storing Yu-Gi-Oh! cards. Grab 'em if you want some cool monsters, but don't bother with the Panther Warrior tin.

Yu-Gi-Oh! Collectible Tins Thumbs Up:

  • A cool rare card in each tin!
  • Collect out-of-print booster packs.
  • Awesome looking tins.

Yu-Gi-Oh! Collectible Tins Thumbs Down:

  • They don't store cards very well.
  • Panther Warrior, ick.

Yu-Gi-Oh! Collectible Tins Rating:

1What's up!?! The Yugioh tins are fine. You can store cards in there (just not alot). All of the cards you get in the tin are exceptional (including Panther Warrior). He might not be the best one (Vorse Rader is), but there is a way to use his effect as an advantage. Get Sinister Serpent in the "Stairway to the Destined Duel" for the GBA. Sinister Serpent's effect is that when ever he's in the graveyard, he can come back to your hand during your standby phase. You can use that to your advantage in a few ways such as:
Card Effects: Panther Warrior, Magic Jammer and Graceful Charity. So when you have both Panther Warrior and Sinister Serpent on your field, you can attack with a monster that has 2000 points and with no drawback (except the fact that you're tributing a weak monster that you can keep reusing). Of course, you should have other cards on your field besides Panther Warrior and Sinister Serpent. You should have another high-attack low-risk monster such as Vorse Raider(1900 Atk. and 4 stars) or Summoned Skull (2500 Atk. and 5 stars). The same thing for spells and traps; Magic Jammer (to destroy Dark Hole or Raigeki),and Mirror Force (to destroy stronger monsters on your opponent's side of the field). But, since you have to tribute a monster every time you attack with Panther Warrior and that he should have more attack points, that makes him an a'ight card.
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Age: 14
Rating: 4

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