History Videogame / YuGiOhForbiddenMemories

2nd Dec '17 5:45:00 PM lalalei2001
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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. Most of the monsters have low quality models that are poor even by early [=PS1=] standards, but some of the more popular/noteworthy monsters have higher quality and more detailed models, resulting in this. 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. Most of the monsters have low quality models that are poor even by early [=PS1=] standards, models, but some of the more popular/noteworthy monsters have higher quality and more detailed models, resulting in this. 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.



* ButThouMust: There are a few instances in the Campaign where you're given a "choice" on what action to take in a confrontation, but the game requires you to pick a specific option to progress the story and not choosing it will just result in a character prodding you to pick the required choice until you do it.

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* ButThouMust: There are a few instances in the Campaign where you're given a "choice" choice on what action to take in a confrontation, but the game requires you to pick a specific option to progress the story and not story. Not choosing it will just result in a character prodding you to pick the required choice until you do it.



* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Gameplay wise, the rules of dueling are quite different from what they later became. No tributing is needed to summon any monster card, fusions don't require a magic card to fuse and most fusions have general requirements rather than specific monsters, only one card can be played on the field at a time, you draw until you have five cards in your hand and you cannot skip a turn without playing a card, and there are several monsters that are ritual monsters in the game that aren't ritual monsters in the card game.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Gameplay wise, the rules of dueling are quite different from what they later became.
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No tributing is needed to summon any monster card, fusions don't require a magic card to fuse and most fusions have general requirements rather than specific monsters, only one card can be played on the field at a time, you draw until you have five cards in your hand and you cannot skip a turn without playing a card, and there are several monsters that are ritual monsters in the game that aren't ritual monsters in the card game.



** The cards in the game will also be this to non-Japanese players, as many of the cards were really early cards released in the OCG that didn't get released outside Japan until many years later, or in the case of some, still never been officially released, thus international players are unlikely to recognize much of the game's card library. Even the game's famed Meteor Black Dragon didn't get officially released outside Japan until 2012, 12 years after the game's Japanese release and 10 years after its localization.

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** The cards in the game will also be this to non-Japanese players, as many of the cards were really early cards released in the OCG that didn't get released outside Japan until many years later, or in the case of some, still never been officially released, thus international players are unlikely to recognize much of the game's card library.were neevr released at all. Even the game's famed Meteor Black Dragon didn't get officially released outside Japan until 2012, 12 years after the game's Japanese release and 10 years after its localization.



*** The Teana capture quest in general and subsequent Seto 2 duel. It happens after you beat two high mages, but you're not informed it happens unless you go back to the dueling ground before defeating all the high mages. Additionally, if you beat all the high mages before saving Teana, going through this quest will advance straight to the endgame instead of the Seto 2 duel, leaving Seto 2 [[PermanentlyMissableContent lost permanently]] for Free Duel on that file until you beat it and start a NewGamePlus.

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*** ** The Teana capture quest in general and subsequent Seto 2 duel. It happens after you beat two high mages, but you're not informed it happens unless you go back to the dueling ground before defeating all the high mages. Additionally, if you beat all the high mages before saving Teana, going through this quest will advance straight to the endgame instead of the Seto 2 duel, leaving Seto 2 [[PermanentlyMissableContent lost permanently]] for Free Duel on that file until you beat it and start a NewGamePlus.


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* ImpracticallyFancyOutfit: Atenza the Mountain Mage has a headdress so huge it's a wonder he doesn't fall over.


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* MeaningfulName: Anubisius the Forest Mage is named after Anubis, while the elite Mages Sebek and Neku are named for the Egyptian gods Sobek and Nekhbet, respectively.


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* MoneySpider: The Low Meadow Mage is famous for having the best card drops in the game.


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* NobleDemon: Secmeton the Sea Mage accepts losing gracefully, complimenting your skill.
2nd Dec '17 5:14:17 PM lalalei2001
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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. Most of the monsters have low quality models that are poor even by early PS1 standards, but some of the more popular/noteworthy monsters have higher quality and more detailed models, resulting in this. 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. Most of the monsters have low quality models that are poor even by early PS1 [=PS1=] standards, but some of the more popular/noteworthy monsters have higher quality and more detailed models, resulting in this. 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.
15th Aug '17 9:07:48 PM Garo1o8
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* MissingSecret: There are many cards in the game that you see opponents use, that have the impossible 999,999 starchip cost to buy, and that you just never seem to win from dueling. These cards are not among the drop lists for any opponent in the game, and you were intended to obtain these cards through features from playing on a Pocket Station. Since the Pocket Station was [[NoExportForYou never released outside Japan]], these features were removed altogether in international releases and are impossible to obtain without cheating.

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* MissingSecret: There are many cards in the game that you see opponents use, that have the impossible 999,999 starchip cost to buy, and that you just never seem to win from dueling. These cards are not among the drop lists for any opponent in the game, and you were intended to obtain these cards through features from playing on a Pocket Station. Since the Pocket Station was [[NoExportForYou never released outside Japan]], these features were removed altogether in international releases and thus those are impossible to obtain without cheating.



* ShockAndAwet: As a nod to its electric attacks in the anime, Summoned Skull's possible guardian stars are Moon (Dark) and Pluto (Thunder).

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* ShockAndAwet: ShockAndAwe: As a nod to its electric attacks in the anime, Summoned Skull's possible guardian stars are Moon (Dark) and Pluto (Thunder).
18th Jul '17 7:10:56 PM lalalei2001
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* PeninsulaOfPowerLeveling: The Low Meadow Mage is the game's most notorious example, dropping many especially powerful cards at shockingly high rates, including the Meteor Black Dragon as previously covered. '''Everyone''' who beat the game did so after some really extensive grinding against him.

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* PeninsulaOfPowerLeveling: The Low Meadow Mage is the game's most notorious example, dropping many especially powerful cards at shockingly high rates, including the Meteor Black Dragon as previously covered. '''Everyone''' Almost everyone who beat the game did so after some really extensive grinding against him.



* PowerUpLetdown: Metalzoa, for Zoa. While Metalzoa has 400 more ATK points than Zoa does, Zoa has Mercury, which is one of the most important Guardian Stars in the entire game and allows it to defeat the Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon with three levels' worth of equips, one of only three obtainable monsters that can do so. Metalzoa, on the other hand, loses Mercury in exchange for Mars, which is much less useful and allows Metalzoa to only tie BEUD with three equips as opposed to beat it. Not to mention that Zoa gets a Field advantage through Yami and Metalzoa gets a Field DISadvantage through Umi.
** Zig-zagged with Heishin 2nd. On the one hand, he now has Gate Guardian and Blue-Eyes White Dragon, so the early stages of his duel are harder than before (although not significantly). On the other hand, if you are trying to defeat him via S-Tec, towards the end of the duel he brings out [[JokeCharacter laughably weak]] cards such as Princess of Tsurugi and Queen's Double, cards you'd expect to find in an early game deck. Though it arguably doesn't matter since if you see these you already have an S-Tec win secured anyway or you're in danger of decking out.

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* PowerUpLetdown: Metalzoa, for Zoa. While Metalzoa has 400 more ATK points than Zoa does, Zoa has Mercury, which is one of the most important Guardian Stars in the entire game and allows it to defeat the Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon with three levels' worth of equips, one of only three obtainable monsters that can do so. Metalzoa, on the other hand, loses Mercury in exchange for Mars, which is much less useful and allows Metalzoa to only tie BEUD with three equips as opposed to beat it. Not to mention that useful. Zoa also gets a Field an advantage through with the Yami and Metalzoa gets a Field DISadvantage through Umi.
** Zig-zagged with Heishin 2nd. On the one hand, he now has Gate Guardian and Blue-Eyes White Dragon, so the early stages of his duel are harder than before (although not significantly). On the other hand, if you are trying to defeat him via S-Tec, towards the end of the duel he brings out [[JokeCharacter laughably weak]] cards such as Princess of Tsurugi and Queen's Double, cards you'd expect to find in an early game deck. Though it arguably doesn't matter since if you see these you already have an S-Tec win secured anyway or you're in danger of decking out.
field, which endgame opponents use exclusively.



* ShoutOut: As a nod to its electric attacks in the anime, Summoned Skull's possible guardian stars are Moon (Dark) and Pluto (Thunder).
* TheUnfought: In the present day tournament arc, Joey enters the tournament alongside you and remarks about his desire to duel you in the finals of it. Throughout various points of the arc, Joey and Tea mention how he is still alive in the tournament, all the way up to the semi-finals, building up to him being your final opponent. Kaiba however is your opponent in the grand finals instead, having presumably [[KilledOffscreen defeated Joey on the other side of the semi-finals]], after which Joey is never seen nor mentioned again without you ever dueling him. Tea and Ryou Bakura in the present day are also never dueled despite you dueling their past and Yami counterparts respectively, though neither had the buildup Joey had.

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* ShoutOut: ShockAndAwet: As a nod to its electric attacks in the anime, Summoned Skull's possible guardian stars are Moon (Dark) and Pluto (Thunder).
* TheUnfought: In the present day tournament arc, Joey enters the tournament alongside you and remarks about his desire to duel you in the finals of it. Throughout various points of the arc, Joey and Tea mention how he is still alive in the tournament, all the way up to the semi-finals, building up to him being your final an opponent. Kaiba however is your opponent in the grand finals instead, having presumably [[KilledOffscreen defeated Joey on the other side of the semi-finals]], after which Joey is never seen nor mentioned again without you ever dueling him. Tea and Ryou Bakura in the present day are also never dueled despite you dueling their past and Yami counterparts respectively, though neither had the buildup Joey had.
18th Jul '17 6:04:17 PM ShadowLordHeishin
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** Subverted with the Teana capture quest. Depending on whether you've defeated all the high mages or not, Seto either captured Teana to guide you to Heishin's Dark Shrine and the endgame (if you did) or to challenge you for the puzzle and simultaneously test your skill (if you didn't).



* PowerUpLetdown: Metalzoa, for Zoa. While Metalzoa has 400 more ATK points than Zoa does, Zoa has Mercury, which is one of the most important Guardian Stars in the entire game and allows it to defeat the Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon with three levels' worth of equips, one of only three obtainable monsters that can do so. Metalzoa, on the other hand, loses Mercury in exchange for Mars, which is much less useful and allows Metalzoa to only tie BEUD with three equips as opposed to beat it.

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* PowerUpLetdown: Metalzoa, for Zoa. While Metalzoa has 400 more ATK points than Zoa does, Zoa has Mercury, which is one of the most important Guardian Stars in the entire game and allows it to defeat the Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon with three levels' worth of equips, one of only three obtainable monsters that can do so. Metalzoa, on the other hand, loses Mercury in exchange for Mars, which is much less useful and allows Metalzoa to only tie BEUD with three equips as opposed to beat it. Not to mention that Zoa gets a Field advantage through Yami and Metalzoa gets a Field DISadvantage through Umi.
** Zig-zagged with Heishin 2nd. On the one hand, he now has Gate Guardian and Blue-Eyes White Dragon, so the early stages of his duel are harder than before (although not significantly). On the other hand, if you are trying to defeat him via S-Tec, towards the end of the duel he brings out [[JokeCharacter laughably weak]] cards such as Princess of Tsurugi and Queen's Double, cards you'd expect to find in an early game deck. Though it arguably doesn't matter since if you see these you already have an S-Tec win secured anyway or you're in danger of decking out.
18th Jul '17 5:56:39 PM ShadowLordHeishin
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** If you attempt an S-Tec on Heishin 2nd, he can have multiples of each Exodia piece in his deck.

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** If you attempt an S-Tec on Heishin 2nd, (either version), he can have multiples of each Exodia piece in his deck.


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* PowerUpLetdown: Metalzoa, for Zoa. While Metalzoa has 400 more ATK points than Zoa does, Zoa has Mercury, which is one of the most important Guardian Stars in the entire game and allows it to defeat the Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon with three levels' worth of equips, one of only three obtainable monsters that can do so. Metalzoa, on the other hand, loses Mercury in exchange for Mars, which is much less useful and allows Metalzoa to only tie BEUD with three equips as opposed to beat it.
18th Jul '17 5:56:39 PM ShadowLordHeishin
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17th Jul '17 8:52:23 PM lalalei2001
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* ArtificalBrilliance: Seto 3 is smart enough to place Raigeki on the field before summoning a monster so he can defeat you on his next turn.

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* ArtificalBrilliance: ArtificialBrilliance: Seto 3 is smart enough to place Raigeki on the field before summoning a monster so he can defeat you on his next turn.
17th Jul '17 8:52:01 PM lalalei2001
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* ArtificalBrilliance: Seto 3 is smart enough to place Raigeki on the field before summoning a monster so he can defeat you on his next turn.
25th Jun '17 1:51:13 AM lalalei2001
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* ButThouMust: There are a few instances in the Campaign where you're given a "choice" on what action to take in a confrontation, but the game requires you to pick a specific option to progress the story and not choosing it will just result in a character prodding you to pick that required choice until you do it. Averted with the initial choice to sneak out and enjoy the festival. You can just give up when Simon catches you and skip the first act of the game.

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* ButThouMust: There are a few instances in the Campaign where you're given a "choice" on what action to take in a confrontation, but the game requires you to pick a specific option to progress the story and not choosing it will just result in a character prodding you to pick that the required choice until you do it. it.
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Averted with the initial choice to sneak out and enjoy the festival. You festival, as you can just give up when Simon catches you and skip the first act of the game.



* {{Expy}}: Jono and Teana ''are'' Ancient Egyptian Joey and Tea.

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* {{Expy}}: Jono and Teana ''are'' are Ancient Egyptian Joey and Tea.



* GuideDangIt: The game has several examples of this:

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