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Yu-Gi-Oh! Worldwide Edition Stairway to the Destined Duel – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Violence

Parents shouldn't be too anxious over this game. There is as much violence here as can be found playing the card game. What some parents may not like is that some of the monsters in Yu-Gi-Oh! are inspired by the occult, but that is really an insignificant issue overall.

Yu-Gi-Oh! fans may find the card game rather limited here. Although there are many cards available still many more are unaccounted for. And the lack of Egyptian God Cards is particularly annoying, especially since this game is a sequel to Yu-Gi-Oh! Eternal Duelist's Soul.

Fans of the anime series might be disappointed to find that the game is just a simple recreation of the card game. There isn't much of a story to follow and the title is low on the special effects and graphical perks. It's also worth noting that the game is pre-programmed in six different languages.

Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers ought to have no trouble playing this game. Everything in the game is explained in with text. Worldwide Edition does have a variety of background tunes and some simple sound effects during a duel, but neither is necessary in order to play the game.

Category Tags
Platform(s): Game Boy Advance  
Developer(s): Konami  
Publisher: Konami  
Series: Yu-Gi-Oh!  
Genre(s): Strategy/Sim  
ESRB Rating: Everyone  
Articles: Consumer Game Guides  

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