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Yu-Gi-Oh! Double Pack

Yu-Gi-Oh! Double Pack (GBA) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Genre: Strategy
Developer: Konami

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
02/22/2006
EU
03/17/2006

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Staff Reviews

Yu-Gi-Oh! Double Pack review

Reviewed April 16, 2006

Zigfried says: "The Yu-Gi-Oh! Double Pack is a bit more engaging than the cartoon. For one thing, it's definitely more fun to play than to watch (even if the real-world rules have been drastically over-simplified). For another, even though it uses the English names (like Jonouchi Joey), the game's two stories -- adapted from the Battle City arc -- aren't as childishly censored as the cartoon. When "duelists" lose a match, they're no longer banished to a mythical Shadow Realm -- in the Double Pack, losers are chopped up by spinning buzzsaws or tied to anchors and hurled into the ocean!"
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