Hey guys, if we’re talking about video games that are a little different from conventional games, we can’t stop talking about Yu-Gi-Oh video games. In particular I find them fascinating and very addictive. We have selected a detailed list as a top so you can know what we think are the best Yu-Gi-Oh video games of all time. Let’s get to it!
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Yu-Gi-Oh Video Games List
We present you the best rpg, arcade and online games from Yu-Gi-oh for the different consoles, such as: Nintendo Wii, Gameboy and more. Enjoy this list!
10. Millenium Duels / Duel Generation
In the tenth position we find the game Yu-gi-oh Duel Generation and at the same time Yu-gi-oh Millenium Duels. It was released on April 23, 2014 for the xbox 360 and playstation 3 in digital download. The game covers the first four Yu-Gi-Oh series, from which we all know to Yu-gi-oh Zexal.
The game doesn’t have a story mode as such, rather it has an arcade mode, meaning that we must duel our opponents and keep going until we defeat them all. The game had almost all the characters from all the Yu-Gi-Oh series, such as the GX, 5DS, Zexal and also included the option of tagged duels.
Duel generation is like the portable version of millennial duels. This one was released for android ios and contains almost everything that the Millenial Duels.
9. Yu-gi-oh Duel Academy
In ninth position is the Yu-gi-oh Duel Academy game. This was the first video game based on Yu-gi-oh GX. It was released in 2005 in Japan and the rest of the world came in 2006. The game introduced you as a new student to the Yu-gi-oh GX Duel Academy, so the story is to advance in the game by going through the dorms of blue obelisk, to finally become the king and winner. Duel Academy gave you the feeling that you were really in a school, since we will have written exams and ability to go upstairs from the bedroom.
8. The Sacred Cards
In eighth position is Yu-gi-oh – the sacred cards. This is the favorite of many. It was released in 2002 in Japan and in the rest of the world it arrived in 2004. This game was the first to have an rpg gameplay (I think this is where the Yu-gi-oh tag force was inspired).
The story is based on the city battle saga, so we will have to go from here to there, challenging duelists and getting locator cards. The game didn’t have the official rules of the original card game, but we could use the Egyptian gods.
7. Yu-gi-oh Forbidden Memories
In seventh position is Yu-gi-oh Forbidden Memories. This one for sure many must know him. It was released in 1999 in Japan and the rest of the world came in 2003.
The game is like an improved version of the game boy color games and it also doesn’t have the official rules of the original card game. The game’s storyline is based on the saga of the Duelist Realm and Battle City.
In the dueling aspect the game brings a 3D field just like the cards and a funny thing about Fobidden Memories is that we won’t need a polymerization to fuse two or more monsters.
6. Yu-gi-oh Power of Chaos Saga
In sixth position is the Yu-gi-oh Power of Chaos saga. This is a trilogy and I put them together as the three games alone are not good. The first two work better as a complement to the third one (Joey the passion) which I’m also going to talk about.
I think this game was the first one that had the online mode. The game only had one opponent who is Jonouchi and it had just over 700 cards (not to mention the others who have no more than 500). As you can imagine we will only fight Yugi and Kaiba in their respective game.
The game Joey the passion can be combined with the first two, giving a little more than 1100 cards and that’s really all. I recommend you to play the fan-modified versions because those are have more cards and a new opponent in each version.
5. Trials of Glory
In the fifth position is Yu-Gi-Oh Trials of Glory or also called World Championship Tournament 2005. It was released on December 30, 2004 and is the fourth Yu-Gi-Oh game to have the rpg mode.
The story is based on our protagonist, who wants to have duels like the professionals and that’s why he signed up for the world championship. The game has a little over 1200 cards and this one has several opponents to face. Trials of Glory had an improvement on the dueling field by being bigger and more dynamic. I think this was the first game where you couldn’t use the forbidden cards.
4. Yu-Gi-Oh Ultimate Masters
In fourth place is Yu-Gi-Oh Ultimate Masters, this was the last Yu-Gi-Oh game in game boy advance. It was released in 2006. The game did not have a history mode as such, since we had to have duels with the card monsters. With this we got points and get all the cards.
Ultimate Master contains a variety of mini-games such as: challenge duels, limited duels or duels already started that we must finish. It also includes a rare password machine.
3. Yu-Gi-Oh 5 DS – Master of the Cards
Let’s move on to the game with the bronze medal. In third place with a bronze medal is Yu-Gi-Oh 5 DS – Master of the Cards. This is the second Yu-Gi-Oh game to be released on Nintendo Wii.
Released in 2010, the game was based on the Yu-Gi-Oh 5 DS. Here we are in a kind of tournament that we have to win to become the king of kings. The game had more than 4,500 cards including obviously the synchro monsters and also an online mode.
2. Worldwide Edition
The next silver medal game is the Yu-Gi-Oh Worldwide Edition. This game is like a Yu-Gi-Oh Monsters Duels upgrade. It was released in 2003 for the gameboy color.
The game is very good, it is based on the first anime and even more on Battle City. In Worldwide Edition we will have to go around the whole domino city and challenge the different duelists.
This is without a doubt one of the best Yu-Gi-Oh games, I couldn’t get all the cards but certainly its gameplay and history makes it climb up to this position.
1. Yu-Gi-Oh GX saga: Tag Force 1
To close this article with a gold medal, in first place is the Yu-Gi-Oh GX saga. They are all very good titles but I will highlight my favorite one; Tag Force 1.
The game was released in 2006 for the psp and is based on Yu-Gi-Oh GX. The story brings us a foreign exchange student who must complete the events in Yu-Gi-Oh GX, specifically the first two sagas.
The game revolutionized Yu-Gi-Oh games, as the saga now focused on the rpg mode with a totally new duel mode for the time (and still is).
The game had more than 2400 cards and many opponents to face. No doubt all the games in the Tag Force saga are very good but I wanted to highlight this one as it is the one I liked the most.
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