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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by Tempbot, Jun 3, 2009.
Will my Swahili save work with this?
Is this exactly the same as the PAL version?
Yes they are all the same versions
EDIT: In each version you can choose between like almost every language.
This thread will fill of Cheat Requests. >.
Is this the actual card game or is it more racing?
It's more of a card game but has some racing mini games.
so this is just as big as that (E) version? >__>
I get the feeling I should keep playing WC2008...
Heh, such a late release that I was thinking they forgot about this.
Anyways, check here for AR codes: http://www.kodewerx.org/forum/viewtopic.ph...30f41fe1542d52c
Do AR codes work for flashcarts such as the Acekard, R4 etc. or do you need to some how convert it.
I use GBAtemp cheat database for my acekard.
Errr.... but the cheat database isn't being updated yet. So there are no codes for this version.
You can add the codes using r4cce and saving it as the extension file for your cart if you want.
Yu-Gi-Oh! games are getting to be like Madden games, with the yearly roster (card) updates. Except at least Madden games don't have a broken menu interface, cheating AI, and awful storylines that attempt to work with the anime but fail miserably at it.
The only Yu-Gi-Oh! games that I really feel are worth playing are Nightmare Troubadour and The Eternal Duelist Soul. Gotta love uncluttered interfaces that let you go straight to battling.
I remember in Eternal Duelist Soul, how I didn't even mind that Pegasus always cheated and had the best cards I couldn't get, because he was also a dumbass, frequently sacrificing four powerful monsters to replace them with less powerful ones, and then in the same turn sacrificing THOSE monsters, to end with a Summoned Skull, as opposed to the Toon Blue Eyes and other good cards he started with. I suppose he was programmed to try and do as much as possible per turn, without regards to wasting cards or butchering his offense.
There are a few for the GBA that I enjoyed (don't care to remember their names) and Duelist of the Roses for the PS2 was ok. Other than that, these games are getting to be a nuisance.
Most useful post ever. Seriously, there are like a million Yu-Gi-Oh games, so it's always good to know which are the best. I'm gonna check out Eternal Duelist Soul (I think I played Nightmare Troubadour).
About that, this one has WiFi multiplayer and downloadeable challanges... This might be worth some more than the usual games...
Dark Duel Stories is the best Yu-Gi-Oh game ever.
ridiculous games ftw