Yu-Gi-Oh! - Forbidden Memories (PS) Reviews
Description:Manufacturer: Konami / Genre: Family & Entertainment / Travel with Yugi to ancient Egypt and solve the mysteries of the Shadow Game and the magical totems!
Newest Review: ... and the Blue Eyes White Dragon will still let you enjoy the classics of the trading card game. Game-play is a little ... more
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Pages: 120, Paperback, Prima Lifestyles
Last Update 08.12.2013 23:32
Customer Yu-Gi-Oh! - Forbidden Memories (PS) Reviews (3)
by - written on 18/10/13 (Useful, 8 readings)
Yu-Gi-Oh! Forbidden Memories is certainly a game from a by-gone era, almost a classic. For those of you who do not want to play Yu-Gi-Oh! online or in real life, this game is ideal for you. Whilst the newest cards, including the Egyptian gods, are not available, you will still see fan favorites such as Summoned Skull and the Blue Eyes White Dragon will still let you enjoy the classics of the trading card game. Game-play is a little different to the actual card game, for starters, there are no fusion cards needed in order to fuse two monsters together, you simply press the up on the d-pad and select the cards you wish to fuse this way. Also, most magic or trap ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/08/09 (Somewhat useful, 16 readings)
Yu-Gi-Oh Forbidden Memories is surprisingly about Yugioh Trading Cards. The story is based 5000 years ago in 3000BC were you, the Prince rules over the land and plays Yugioh for fun with his friends Jono (basically Joey) and Tai. One day everything goes wrong as Heishin (the bad guy) takes his mum and dad captive with the power of the millennium items (except the millennium puzzle, you have that) He tries to take the puzzle of you and challenges you to a duel were you must make as best you can with the cards you start off with (you can edit your deck at the save menu). When you defeat an opponent you get a card. After you lose to Heishin you get transported in time and .. Read the complete review
by - written on 09/08/03, updated on 09/08/03 (Useful, 292 readings)
Yes, it's another game of a cartoon. Yes it's another game that involves collecting a vast array of anti-social objects that require your attention and love, while sending them to battle other things in order for your reputation to build. Is this game any different? I think not. Yu-Gi-Oh! Forbidden Memories uses the characters from the children's TV series Yu-Gi-Oh! in order to cast a plot, storyline and game into a potential money making enterprise. Whereas Pokemon was the first in a long line of tactical thinking game for kids, Yu-Gi-Oh! Forbidden Memories will, unfortunately, not be the last. Why am I so critical? Well as a previously avid ... Read the complete review