Who among those present has never seen the Yu-Gi-Oh chapter? Any of us young people who didn't grow up buying, instead asked our parents to buy us an envelope for the Yu-Gi-Oh book? At least one server did, and he was a proud young man of his Yu-Gi-Oh cards and daily cards and original series.
And that feeling, those memories, is what Yu-Gi-Oh Legacy of the Duelist: The Evolution Link wants to bring out. It's a game designed for fans of series and cards. An article that is able to capture the essence of the saga game with Monster Duel and make it a more apt title.
A game, in addition, that will provide the ability to relive the most complex moments of each series season. Since the Yu-Gi-Oh Legacy of the Duelist: The Evolution link will allow us to experience the best events in the first person, including the first duel between Yugi and Kaiba. Because the core of the game's drag mode is that it recounts all the Yu-Gi-Oh moments from the prism of protagonists.
With this, we will have the opportunity to play original series, such as GX, 5D & # 39; s, Zexal, ARC-V or Vrains. All of these are among the most important battles in each season, where we will always play with the winner in the original battle. And yes, this means we will play Kaiba against Yugi Moto in the Kingdom of Duelists and we will be able to summon Ultimate Blue-Eyed Dragon.
The Duelist Yu-Gi-Oh Legacy: The Evolution Link is a game in which the technical section is extremely graphic. For the part of the game type it is, because he doesn't need a good graphics display to achieve a good result. Of course, this does not mean that the animation of the cards, the structure or the few existing video scenes is in order.
But it is fair to say that the more than 100,000 cards that the game puts them all have an amazing design. All are faithful to the series presentations and to the official playing cards.
Moreover, the subject comes to us in the right position. We who played on the Xbox Series X have never encountered performance issues. On the other hand, the sound factor, though good, can be repetitive. Especially when in a battle that can easily last a quarter of an hour, the same track is heard in the loop, which ultimately makes it more difficult.
The Duelist Yu-Gi-Oh Legacy: The Evolution Link is a true emblem of official card game rules. And as such it follows the enormity of some strategy games, "easy to read, hard to master". Something that is totally accessible to the subject, because it has so many wonderful, short and clear lessons to learn to play with.
On the other hand, knowing all the resources, action and situations of the game is a really complicated thing. That is, you will learn to play very fast, but it will be difficult for you to become a real Monster Duel.
Aside from all of this, Yu-Gi-Oh Legacy of the Duelist: Link Evolution is a game where everyone who has seen the series or played on their stage will be familiar with them. Everything is the same and follows the same pattern. Each of the two duelists has a stage between 40 and 600 cards, with up to 3 copies of each card. Each curve is divided into different stages, where we can place our monsters, traps, or magic cards in our field or arrange an opponent's attack.
Each of the duelists has 8,000 life points, the only minimum license to be taken in the game in the campaign, because in the first season there were only 4000. Yes, the winner reduces the opponent's life to zero or anyone Get yourself into a battle situation, like collecting all five pieces of Exodia.
Generally, the game is dynamic and powerful, it's not repetitive and no two games are the same. Or yes, we should point out that there is a feature we do not like at all. And it turns out that when we have a rating trap card and play it down, the game will be asking us every step of the way if we want to get it started. At every stage or every move made by any players, they will ask us. Something that keeps you very busy and can be very frustrating. In addition, we personally decided to use the emergency card immediately before we planned it, so that the message didn't go out …
Speaking of time we have to split it into two. On the other hand we have a single player mode, a campaign per se, where we have 150 locations available. They are all unlocked at first, but we must unlock them as we win medals. Of course, all seasons are available from the beginning, so we can jump right into those that bring us the best memories.
With all of this, overcoming all available can take us more than 30 hours. An odd number for a card game. And before this we have unlimited multiplayer mode, where we can test our capabilities by creating Yu-Gi-Oh decks. In this multiplayer mode we can play both Tagged as friendly or against friends.
Also, getting all the cards will take us many good hours. Not just because it's over 10,000, but also because one of the few problems the game has is that there is no information on which cards to get out of each pack we buy.
Excellent distance for many reasons. First of all, at the mere wish of the collector of those who want them all to know what is in the envelopes they will buy to find the needy. And second, for those who want to create a certain platform with some special cards, they don't know where to spend the game money to have many options to find them.
Yu-Gi-Oh Legacy Duelist: The Evolution Link is a Yu-Gi-Oh-worthy game. But again, it's a good card game. Yes, it has a design flaw, but it's a powerful, fun and easy-to-read game for those who haven't been close to this saga. And that is, without a doubt, a pretty good point.
In addition, every Yu-Gi-Oh fan, from the card game and from the anime, will have a clear saga experience in the video game field. Without a doubt, the title allows us to re-fight the best anime fight and enables us to participate in the Monster Duel, which has over 10,000 cards to collect.
In short, it's a great game that will please fans of the saga and anyone approaching Yu-Gi-Oh for the first time.
Thanks to Konami for the work devoted to doing this analysis.