History VideoGame / YuGiOhReshefOfDestruction

31st Aug '16 1:05:46 AM lalalei2001
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** Almost every character from the first three seasons shows up, particularly Pegasus's lackeys from season 1.
** The Big Five are back and ask Mokuba for work. He provides them a job as Kaibaland entertainers dressed up as their Deck Masters from the anime.

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** Almost every character from the first three seasons shows up, particularly Pegasus's lackeys from season 1.
1 and the manga.
** The Big Five are back and ask Mokuba for work. He provides them a job as Kaibaland Kaiba Land entertainers dressed up as their Deck Masters from the anime.



* DifficultySpike: Once you hit Canada, all bets are off.
* DismantledMacGuffin: The Millennium Puzzle, eventually.

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* DifficultySpike: Once you hit Canada, all bets are off.
Canada the already difficult game because ''very'' hard, as enemies have cards much stronger than yours and there aren't fast ways to level grind and catch up.
* DismantledMacGuffin: The Millennium Puzzle, eventually.Puzzle is eventually broken into pieces. Para and Dox steal some of them, preventing you from saving Yami Yugi.
29th Aug '16 8:37:48 PM lalalei2001
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* AwesomeButImpractical: Many powerful cards that require 2 or 3 tributes.

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* AwesomeButImpractical: Many powerful cards that require 2 two or 3 tributes.three tributes. Due to the level difference between your deck and opponents' decks, cards that only require one tribute are the safest option.
29th Aug '16 5:52:27 PM lalalei2001
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* BonusDungeon: The Hall of Eternity, where you can battle Yami Yugi, Yami Marik, Yami Bakura, Dark ''Joey/Jounouchi'', Noah Kaiba, Pegasus, Shadi, and Paradox. (Not [[Anime/YuGiOhBondsBeyondTime Paradox the time traveler]])

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* BonusDungeon: The Hall of Eternity, where you can battle Yami Yugi, Yami Marik, Yami Bakura, Dark ''Joey/Jounouchi'', Noah Kaiba, Pegasus, Shadi, and Paradox. (Not Paradox (Simon Muran, not [[Anime/YuGiOhBondsBeyondTime Paradox the time traveler]])traveler]]).
29th Aug '16 5:51:44 PM Isaac_Heller
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* AdaptationalHeroism: The Big Five, while still not particularly ''good'' people, are not the villains that they were in the anime.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: The Big Five, while still not particularly ''good'' people, are not the villains that they were in the anime.anime, and are even accepted back into Kaiba Corp as low-level employees as a result.
29th Aug '16 5:51:00 PM Isaac_Heller
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* AdaptationalHeroism: The Big Five, while still not particularly ''good'' people, are not the villains that they were in the anime.



** The Big Five, when Rare Hunter defeats Kaibaman. But when you defeat him, the Big Five become good again.

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** The Big Five, when Rare Hunter defeats Kaibaman. But when you defeat him, the Big Five [[HeelFaceTurn become good again.]]


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* HeelFaceTurn: Marik Ishtar actually gets to show his one off in this game, which he couldn't do in the previous one.
29th Aug '16 5:45:05 PM Isaac_Heller
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* OutOfCharacterMoment: Seto Kaiba going "Wahahahaha!"
29th Aug '16 5:41:49 PM Isaac_Heller
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** Rex Raptor as well, following up from his portrayal in the previous game.
28th Aug '16 2:38:34 AM Gadjiltron
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* PressXToDie: Challenging the Duel Computer in the [=KaibaCorp=] building lets the player pick between three difficulty settings. Selecting "Expert" pits the player against an opponent with cards on par with those of the ''final boss''. This can be done very early in the game.
28th Aug '16 12:58:35 AM Gadjiltron
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** Justified, as the game proceeds to pit you against [[TheComputerIsACheatingBastard a cheating AI]]. Chevalsky's lackeys have suddenly 10,000 or 15,000 LP. Chevalsky himself has 20,000 LP and Reshef has 40,000 LP ''and'' the three Egyptian God Cards[[note]]Reshef has the Battle Mode version of Ra, but not the Phoenix Mode[[/note]]. Not forgetting the SequentialBoss part.

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** Justified, as the game proceeds to pit you against [[TheComputerIsACheatingBastard a cheating AI]]. Chevalsky's lackeys have AI]] in its final chapter. Compared to [[MarathonLevel Paradox's trial]], which pits the player against 5 Millennium Guardians, each with 3000 LP, and followed by Paradox himself with 8000, the player is suddenly expected to fend off 3 Chevaliers, [[RulesAreForHumans each with 10,000 or 15,000 LP. LP, followed by another minor antagonist with 15,000]], without the ability to save and restore his life points. Chevalsky himself has 20,000 LP and Reshef has 40,000 LP ''and'' the three Egyptian God Cards[[note]]Reshef has the Battle Mode version of Ra, but not the Phoenix Mode[[/note]]. Not forgetting Mode[[/note]], in addition to their habits of spamming GameBreaker cards that the SequentialBoss part.player is normally only allowed 1 of.
27th Aug '16 6:07:17 AM Gadjiltron
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** Duke Devlin, who doesn't even consider himself a duelist, is one of the toughest opponents early on and can even give you trouble in the endgame. His lategame strategy revolves around using Soul of the Pure, Hourglass of Life, and Darkness Approaches to repeatedly power up his monsters and heal the LP cost for its effects. He also carries cards like Raigeki, which wipes out your field.

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** Duke Devlin, who doesn't even consider himself a duelist, is one of the toughest opponents early on and can even give you trouble in the endgame. His lategame strategy revolves around using Soul of the Pure, Hourglass of Life, and Darkness Approaches to repeatedly power up his monsters and heal the LP cost for its effects.effects, while picking off your stronger monsters with effects rather than battle. He also carries cards like Raigeki, which wipes out your field.



* ForcedLevelGrinding: The Deck Capacity and money gain rate in this game is reduced to 10% of its predecessor's, making it very difficult to actually ''use'' the new strong cards that you've just won without spending some time repeatedly dueling whoever's available.

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* ForcedLevelGrinding: The Deck Capacity and money gain rate in this game is reduced to 10% a tenth of its predecessor's, making it very difficult to actually ''use'' the new strong cards that you've just won without spending some time repeatedly dueling whoever's available.



** Justified, you duel against TheComputerIsACheatingBastard, Chevalsky's lackeys have suddenly 10,000 or 15,000 LP. Chevalsky himself has 20,000 LP and Reshef has 40,000 LP ''and'' the three Egyptian God Cards[[note]]Reshef has the Battle Mode version of Ra, but not the Phoenix Mode[[/note]]. Not forgetting the SequentialBoss part.

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** Justified, as the game proceeds to pit you duel against TheComputerIsACheatingBastard, [[TheComputerIsACheatingBastard a cheating AI]]. Chevalsky's lackeys have suddenly 10,000 or 15,000 LP. Chevalsky himself has 20,000 LP and Reshef has 40,000 LP ''and'' the three Egyptian God Cards[[note]]Reshef has the Battle Mode version of Ra, but not the Phoenix Mode[[/note]]. Not forgetting the SequentialBoss part.
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