Yu-Gi-Oh Reshef of Destruction

Posted by staff | Posted in Role Playing | Posted on 10-10-2010

5

  • An all-new storyline based in the Yu-Gi-Oh! world.
  • Use 800 different cards to build your deck.
  • Duel with all 3 Egyptian god cards for the first time ever.
  • More strategic battles with enhanced card battling system.

Product Description
Yu-Gi-Oh! Reshef Of Destruction is a sequel The Sacred Cards – an all-new adventure with all-new cards. The Millennium Puzzle has gone missing – without it, there is no Yami Yugi! Reshef the Dark Being has stolen the Puzzle, as part of his plan to cover the world in darkness. Go on a dueling adventure with Joey and Yugi to save the planet!… More >>

Yu-Gi-Oh Reshef of Destruction

Comments posted (5)

Elemental, meaning “Aqua, Pyro, Forest, Wind, Earth, and Thunder.

Also, Shadow, Light, Fiend, and Dreams. I mean, a puny Shadow-type Kuriboh can beat a Light-type mighty Blue-eyes White dragon.

That’s not all either, buying a card from the card shop costs a fortune! Deck capacity gets on my nerves,so does the “costs” of

cards too! You may be able to use egyptian god cards like the

“Winged Dragon of Ra (Pheonix Mode)” but trying to keep monsters on the field is infuriating, like boss duelists. SOOO HARD, that if you make 1, just 1 mistake, before you know it, he’ll use

“Raigeki” and start going midevil on your life points. Lastly, bosses like Sol Chevalsky, Reshef the Dark Being, and the people in the Hall of Eternity have over 15,000 life points!! But aside from that, it’s cool! I got to give Konami their props.
Rating: 3 / 5

This is a good idea for a game. I got it when it came out. The idea of having a sequel for Sacred Cards is fine. Yet the execution leaves alot to be desired. The starting deck is definitely for beginners and is difficult at first against the more advanced people in the game (Kaiba (if you could duel him straight away), Rebecca (she’s a brat anyway), and at first Duke). You can’t get decent cards to start with simply because you have to earn the cards. That’s fine. If you could walk in with cards like Jinzo in your beginning deck, the game would be beaten in 15 minutes. Card effects are also changed. Along with this garbage about types. Or whatever Konami wants to call it. If you are wanting a game that follows the true TCG rules, this is NOT for you. If you just love Yugioh, then collect it. The cards that come with it are worth the price alone.
Rating: 3 / 5

The game’s not out as I write this, but since I act as a Duelist Leader for my retailer’s weekend Duelist League games, I thought I’d offer up this information. Of course, this is preliminary and subject to some minor level of change. ;) The promo cards included in this game are…

[1] ROD-EN001 : Dark Magician Knight [monster - 7 stars]

This card cannot be Normal Summoned or Set. This card cannot be Special Summoned except by the effect of “Knight’s Title” (GB8-002) is in play. If this card is Special Summoned successfully, select 1 card on the field and destroy it.

[2] ROD-EN002 : Knight’s Title [magic/spell card]

Activate this card by offering 1 face-up “Dark Magician” on your side of the field as a Tribute. Special Summon 1 “Dark Magician Knight” from your hand, Deck, or Graveyard.

[3] ROD-EN003 : Sage’s Stone [magic/spell card]

You can only activate this card when there is a face-up “Dark Magician Girl” on your side of the field. Special Summon 1 “Dark Magician” from your hand or Deck.

You’re supposed to be able to wager, buy and sell cards (just like in Sacred Cards), so this should help experienced players get knee-deep very quickly. Hopefully, there will be some appearances by faces from the anime which only started appearing within the video games in World Championship Tournament 2004.
Rating: 4 / 5

I’m getting this game for christmas! Along with a GameBoy Advance SP onyx. I’ve seen some screenshots and i gotta say I’m impressed. And the promo cards are also great, since I got a Dark Magician deck. I always liked the Yu-Gi-Oh! games and pokemon, but pokemon had something Yu-gi-Oh! didn’t, RPG features, but then The Sacred Cards came out, the first Yu-Gi-Oh! game with RPG features, with graphics way better than any Pokemon game. A year later came reshef of destruction the sequel to the Sacred Cards, with better graphics than the Sacred Cards and any Pokemon game. If you’re a Yu-Gi-Oh! fan i recommend you buy this. I know I will. Below is my christmas list:

1.- GameBoy Advance SP Onyx

2.- Yu-gi-Oh! reshef of destruction
Rating: 5 / 5

Don’t let anybody tell you anything else. This is BY FAR the best Yu-Gi-Oh game ever. 7 Trials To Glory cannot even compare to the sheer originality of this one! I mean, what is better than Pegasus who changes his name to Sol Chevalsky in an attempt to ruler the world, the Rare Hunters who are back as the Neo Ghouls, Being able to controll the 4 (yES 4, rA IS 2 SEPERATE CARDS), 800 cards including Exodia Necross and Destiny Board, and much more twists and turns! Play this for the best Yugioh experience ever!
Rating: 5 / 5

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