[Review/FAQ] Yu-Gi-Oh! Millennium Duels

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    Yu-Gi-Oh! Millennium Duels is a Yu-Gi-Oh! video game for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. It features the main protagonists from the four Yu-Gi-Oh! series - Yu-Gi-Oh!, Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's and Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL who are Yugi Muto/Yami Yugi, Jaden Yuki, Yusei Fudo and Yuma Tsukumo, as well as many other characters from all 4 series where the player must Duel simulated versions of them.
    Yu-Gi-Oh! Wikia

    The Game features 80 characters, 20 from each series, to duel against, a Multiplayer mode featuring both 1vs1 and 2vs2 (Tag Duel), not to mention an Import compatibility with the previous psn/xbla title Yu-Gi-Oh 5D's Decade Duels Plus, you can import decks, recipes, DLCs, avatar and all the cards you already obtained in the previous game.

    The game's Normal Mode is divided into the 4 series. Within each series are 4 "towers", and in each tower are 5 characters from each respective series. The first 4 characters you must defeat in a Single Duel while the last character you must defeat in a Match Duel You must defeat each character in each tower in order to advance to the next series. After completing the ZEXAL series, an Expert Mode is unlocked, which works the same as Normal Mode, but each character uses a much more powerful Deck.

    You obtain more cards to use as more characters are defeated. The first card obtained is a card the character uses in his/her Deck, while the rest are random. The number of cards unlocked depends on how you preformed in the Duel(s) .

    These are the duelists in each tower, by series:
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    Here is a List of obtainable cards in the game.

    This Game has concentrated on a few main cards, and gave them a special Summon Visual Effect, here is a list and the graphics for each:
    Dark Magician
    Elemental Hero Neos
    Stardust Dragon
    Number 39: Utopia
    Blue Eyes White Dragon
    Red Eyes Darkness Dragon
    Red Archfiend Dragon
    Galaxy Eyes Photon Dragon
    Number C39: Utopia Ray
    Relinquished
    Legendary Fiend
    Arcana Force EX: The Light Ruler
    Meklord Astro Dragon Asterisk
    Meklord Astro Mekanikle
    Sephylon, The Ultimate Time Lord
    Number 104: Masquerade
    Pros: | Cons:
    - 6016 Obtainable Cards. | - No anime Exclusive Cards.​
    - Online Multiplayer up to 2vs2.| - 16 years since the first Yu-Gi-Oh! TCVG came out, and the AI is still stupid and predictable.​
    - 80 Main series Duelists to duel against.| - Lack of Card Animations.​
    FAQ
    How many cards are in this game ?
    Is there a password machine in this game ?
    Where can i buy Boosters ?
    Are there any cheats for this game ?

    Thank you, and if there is any mistake, please let me know. Have a nice day everyone :)
    Also, i'll be happy to answer any question on your mind, feel free to reply here and i'll answer you ASAP, Thank you.
     
  2. Seph54

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    Might get this, it should be free to play though.......... c'mon Konami...............
     
  3. GameWinner

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    They are selling decks as DLC now?
    Whaaaaaaaaa
     
  4. omarrrio
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    Yeah it costs 9.99$ but worth it the online gameplay, speaking of ps not sbox.

    The sad truth :(
     
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    I got it, had to download someone's complete save of Decade Duels Plus to import the cards though, the game is pretty unforgiving if you don't import a file in or buy DLC right off the bat. Importing a 100% save of DD+ gives you about 3000+ cards right away to work with.

    Haven't played in about 6 years since "level 1/3/5/7" monsters were introduced. Pretty cool game though.
    Haven't gotten online to work once. It just says the room is full when they're not.

    Those characters... look so stupid the farther the series goes...
     
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    omarrrio GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    if u have an xbox, i can take a look at your save and hack all cards into it.
     
  7. pokefloote

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    I'm already overwhelmed with too many cards as it is. x)

    I have it on PS3 though. You can even hack the DLC stuff on 360? On PS if you try to do it it will tell that you don't own the packs...
     
  8. omarrrio
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    This is how DLC works, you literally spend 5$ on a few byte writings to your save, in game, you cannot unlock certain cards, those are only unlocked by DLC, or hackers of course lol, the DLC doesn't add anything, it modifies, that's all. Xbox have a decrypted Save, unlike ps3.
     
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    Haha I know. DLC that isn't really DLC since it's already in the game :P PS3 saves can be decrypted and edited with bruteforce save data, but the game checks downloadable content with PSN when loading the game, and there's nothing that can be done about changing it on Sony's side to match it, of course, so it doesn't allow them to be used. I think the best that can be done on the PS3 version is hacking all the non-dlc cards in the game.
     
  10. omarrrio
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    maybe this game doesn't have a check, mind if we try this, it'll be my first time hacking a ps3 save, do decrypted ps3 saves work on Legit PS3s ?
     
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    Well, not decrypted saves, but bruteforce can re-encrypt them after cheats or edits have been applied. ;)
    Just have to resign the save to match your profile, but that's simple to do with bruteforce. Works on OFW.

    Should I upload my save?
     
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    yes that would be great, thanks :D
     
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    So I tried to use the file(s) but this keeps happening and it either says "Corrupted" or it doesn't resign it to me. any ideas?

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    i'm copying my batman arkham origin's info (disk) if that helps/matters
     
  15. pokefloote

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    After redownloading my own files to check, they seem to have been corrupted sometime during the process of me zipping them and uploading. I'll have to upload a new one and post it. This could be why the file that omarrrio was editing and sent back to me was corrupted, because I sent it that way. x)
     
  16. omarrrio
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    i just noticed that they made Astro Mecanikle art work inside teh game and not teh actual card lol