History VideoGame / YuGiOhForbiddenMemories

26th May '17 9:56:18 AM lalalei2001
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* BlindIdiotTranslation: The Japanese subtitle is "Sealed Memories", which, since the game is about the Pharaoh's forgotten memories, makes sense. The translators made the same mistake with the Exodia pieces.



* MedievalStasis: Obviously not with technology, but the modern-day tournament uses exactly the same cards as the rest of the game, in Ancient Egypt, meaning that in-universe Duel Monsters has not changed in '''3000 years'''.

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* LostInTranslation: The Japanese subtitle for the game is "Sealed Memories", which, since the game is about the Pharaoh's forgotten memories, makes more sense than them being forbidden.
* MedievalStasis: Obviously not with technology, but the modern-day tournament uses exactly the same cards as the rest of the game, in Ancient Egypt, meaning that in-universe Duel Monsters has not changed in '''3000 years'''.''3000 years''.
26th May '17 9:12:17 AM BrendanRizzo
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* BlindIdiotTranslation: The Japanese subtitle is "Sealed Memories", which, since the game is about the Pharaoh's forgotten memories, makes sense. The translators made the same mistake with the Exodia pieces.


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* MedievalStasis: Obviously not with technology, but the modern-day tournament uses exactly the same cards as the rest of the game, in Ancient Egypt, meaning that in-universe Duel Monsters has not changed in '''3000 years'''.
19th May '17 7:25:07 PM lalalei2001
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* AdamSmithHatesYourGuts: Want those powerful cards without cheating or dueling specific characters? Hope you're prepared to fight hundreds upon hundreds of duels to get the Star Chips required to buy even a single card. The max amount of Star Chips you can get winning a duel is five, where any decent or useful card will cost hundreds or thousands of Star Chips. To make it more ridiculous, many cards cost 999,999 Star Chips, some of which you can't win from dueling.

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* AdamSmithHatesYourGuts: Want those powerful cards without cheating or dueling specific characters? Hope you're prepared to fight hundreds upon hundreds of duels to get the Star Chips required to buy even a single card. The max amount of Star Chips you can get winning a duel is five, where and any decent or useful card will cost hundreds or thousands of Star Chips. To make it more ridiculous, many cards cost 999,999 Star Chips, some of which you can't win from dueling.



* DevelopersForesight: You ''can'' beat Heishin at the very beginning of the game with a legitimate deck. Heishin muses "Not bad, boy," but then [[ButThouMust reduels you until you lose to him.]]

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* DevelopersForesight: You ''can'' beat Heishin at the very beginning of the game with game, even if not on a legitimate deck.New Game Plus. Heishin muses "Not bad, boy," but then [[ButThouMust reduels you until you lose to him.]]
8th May '17 8:28:07 PM lalalei2001
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* AndIMustScream: [[spoiler: After spending the entire game collecting the Millennium Items to summon [=DarkNite=], Heishin is turned into a card at the end. It isn't very long because [=DarkNite=] then burns the card.]]

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* AndIMustScream: [[spoiler: After spending the entire game collecting the Millennium Items to summon [=DarkNite=], Heishin is turned sealed into a card at the end. It isn't very long because [=DarkNite=] then burns the card.]]



* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: Some opponents (Pegasus, Heishin, [=Seto 3=], and [[spoiler:[=Darknite/Nitemare=]]]) are able to read what cards you have face down on the field, and thus can't be bluffed into not attacking your weaker monster/bluffed into attacking your stronger monster. Your opponents also have complete access to the cards you cannot legitimately obtain, and can morph cards they draw into other cards in their deck.

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* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: Some opponents (Pegasus, Heishin, [=Seto 3=], and [[spoiler:[=Darknite/Nitemare=]]]) are able to read what cards you have face down on the field, and thus can't be bluffed into not attacking your weaker monster/bluffed into attacking your stronger monster.bluffed. Your opponents also have complete access to the cards you cannot legitimately obtain, and can morph cards they draw into other cards in their deck.
16th Apr '17 7:54:34 AM lalalei2001
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* TheBattleDidntCount: Heishin will continue to duel you into submission if you somehow manage to beat him in the start of the game.

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* TheBattleDidntCount: Heishin will continue to duel you into submission if you somehow manage to beat him in at the start of the game.game, or on a New Game Plus.



** [[spoiler:If you finish the game, which requires you to win a rematch against Heishin and also a few other duels against powerful enemies, in sequence, without the ability to save between duels, you may start the game again with the same cards you had. You most certainly have a powerful deck by that point, so when you find Heishin again after you restart the game, you may have to lose on purpose to proceed with the game.]]
16th Apr '17 1:02:23 AM DanielCarrero
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* TheBattleDidntCount: Heishin will continue to duel you into submission if you somehow manage to beat him in the start of the game. [[spoiler:If you finish the game, which requires you to win a rematch against Heishin and also a few other duels against powerful enemies, in sequence, without the ability to save between duels, you may start the game again with the same cards you had. You most certainly have a powerful deck by that point, so when you find Heishin again after you restart the game, you may have to lose on purpose to proceed with the game.]]

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* TheBattleDidntCount: Heishin will continue to duel you into submission if you somehow manage to beat him in the start of the game. [[spoiler:If you finish the game, which requires you to win a rematch against Heishin and also a few other duels against powerful enemies, in sequence, without the ability to save between duels, you may start the game again with the same cards you had. You most certainly have a powerful deck by that point, so when you find Heishin again after you restart the game, you may have to lose on purpose to proceed with the game.]]


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** [[spoiler:If you finish the game, which requires you to win a rematch against Heishin and also a few other duels against powerful enemies, in sequence, without the ability to save between duels, you may start the game again with the same cards you had. You most certainly have a powerful deck by that point, so when you find Heishin again after you restart the game, you may have to lose on purpose to proceed with the game.]]
15th Apr '17 9:33:15 PM DanielCarrero
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* TheBattleDidntCount: Heishin will continue to duel you into submission if you somehow manage to beat him in the start of the game.

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* TheBattleDidntCount: Heishin will continue to duel you into submission if you somehow manage to beat him in the start of the game. [[spoiler:If you finish the game, which requires you to win a rematch against Heishin and also a few other duels against powerful enemies, in sequence, without the ability to save between duels, you may start the game again with the same cards you had. You most certainly have a powerful deck by that point, so when you find Heishin again after you restart the game, you may have to lose on purpose to proceed with the game.]]
4th Mar '17 6:15:07 PM lalalei2001
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* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: Some opponents (Pegasus, Heishin, [[spoiler: [=Seto 3=], and [=Darknite/Nitemare=]]]) are able to read what cards you have face down on the field, and thus can't be bluffed into not attacking your weaker monster/bluffed into attacking your stronger monster. Your opponents also have complete access to the cards you cannot legitimately obtain, and can morph cards they draw into other cards in their deck.

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* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: Some opponents (Pegasus, Heishin, [[spoiler: [=Seto 3=], and [=Darknite/Nitemare=]]]) [[spoiler:[=Darknite/Nitemare=]]]) are able to read what cards you have face down on the field, and thus can't be bluffed into not attacking your weaker monster/bluffed into attacking your stronger monster. Your opponents also have complete access to the cards you cannot legitimately obtain, and can morph cards they draw into other cards in their deck.
22nd Feb '17 12:24:01 PM lalalei2001
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* TheAllSeeingAI: Pegasus, Seto 3, Heishin, [[spoiler:[=DarkNite=], and Nitemare]] can all see your cards and therefore can't be bluffed.



* AnimationBump: When attacking an opposing monster with your own, by pressing the square button, you can view a 3D battle sequence between the monsters. Some of the more popular/noteworthy monsters had higher quality and more detailed models; compare the models of the [[http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-EvAQLdICses/UO7K1-SD5JI/AAAAAAAAAJg/3Ya9luTUPNo/s1600/Imagem1.png Blue-Eyes White Dragon]] and [[http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-4EUzNEoeqfU/UO7hsMNA3qI/AAAAAAAAAK0/kMzUivHZVXk/s1600/Imagem9.png Red-Eyes Black Dragon]] to the models of [[http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-XS8uqsmcCS4/UO7hcAnmKGI/AAAAAAAAAKs/1Il-I1dfvVY/s1600/Imagem8.png Tiger Axe]] and [[http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-1MJBIMU5urw/UO7vQRuUy-I/AAAAAAAAAMk/fo0wuiQnE_w/s1600/Imagem16.png Dragon Zombie]] for example.

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* AnimationBump: When attacking an opposing monster with your own, by pressing the square button, you can view a 3D battle sequence between the monsters. Some of the more popular/noteworthy monsters had higher quality and more detailed models; compare models. Compare the models of the [[http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-EvAQLdICses/UO7K1-SD5JI/AAAAAAAAAJg/3Ya9luTUPNo/s1600/Imagem1.png Blue-Eyes White Dragon]] and [[http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-4EUzNEoeqfU/UO7hsMNA3qI/AAAAAAAAAK0/kMzUivHZVXk/s1600/Imagem9.png Red-Eyes Black Dragon]] to the models of [[http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-XS8uqsmcCS4/UO7hcAnmKGI/AAAAAAAAAKs/1Il-I1dfvVY/s1600/Imagem8.png Tiger Axe]] and [[http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-1MJBIMU5urw/UO7vQRuUy-I/AAAAAAAAAMk/fo0wuiQnE_w/s1600/Imagem16.png Dragon Zombie]] for example.
11th Feb '17 7:14:28 PM lalalei2001
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* AdaptedOut: Since the game was made before Battle City and the Ancient Egypt arcs were finalized, Marik and Thief King Bakura don't appear.

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* AdaptedOut: Since the game was made before Battle City and the Ancient Egypt arcs were finalized, Marik and Thief King Bakura don't appear.appear, with Kaiba having the Rod instead.
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