History Videogame / YuGiOhForbiddenMemories

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.
11th Feb '17 9:09:10 AM Gosicrystal
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* DamselInDistress: After you beat two of the high mages, Heishin has Teana kidnapped and brought to his shrine, to lure the prince and his Millennium Puzzle into his clutches. When you choose to go rescue her is up to you, though waiting until after you beat all the high mages will make the endgame slightly more difficult and make [[BonusBoss Seto 2]] LostForever.

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* DamselInDistress: After you beat two of the high mages, Heishin has Teana kidnapped and brought to his shrine, to lure the prince and his Millennium Puzzle into his clutches. When you choose to go rescue her is up to you, though waiting until after you beat all the high mages will make the endgame slightly more difficult and make [[BonusBoss Seto 2]] LostForever.[[PermanentlyMissableContent permanently lost]].



*** 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 LostForever 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 LostForever [[PermanentlyMissableContent lost permanently]] for Free Duel on that file until you beat it and start a NewGamePlus.
23rd Jan '17 2:37:25 AM lalalei2001
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* LostForever: The optional opponents have a specific timeframe in which you can duel them, and if you progress in Campaign beyond this timeframe, you'll be unable to go back and duel them for the rest of the Campaign, thus leaving them permanently unavailable for Free Duel on that file until you beat the game and start a NewGamePlus.
** Simon Muran, who you'll be no longer able to duel if you don't run away from his lecture in the beginning scene or don't go back to the palace before going to the festival, as not running away at the beginning and returning to the palace after the festival will trigger the first act's ending sequence.
** Teana 1, Jono 1, Seto 1, and Villager 3, if you return to the palace to initiate the ending sequence of the early game before going to the dueling ground and through the festival subplot to duel them all, or if you just skip the first act entirely by not running away from Simon at the beginning. Villagers 1 and 2 will become reavailable when you return to the past however.
** Teana 2 and Jono 2, once you beat all the high mages, regardless of if you did it before saving Teana after her capture. If you did it before saving her, going to the dueling ground automatically initiates you going to the labyrinth to save her, which then automatically goes to the endgame sequence if you beaten all the high mages at that point. If you did it after saving Teana, talking to them will just give you words of encouragement with no option to duel them. Villagers 1 and 2 will also become permanently unavailable at this point if you didn't duel them already.
** Seto 2 will become permanently unavailable if you beat all the high mages before rescuing Teana, as doing so will cause you to go straight to the endgame sequence instead of dueling him after getting past the labyrinth to rescue her.
14th Jan '17 4:40:54 AM lalalei2001
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* PeninsulaOfPowerLeveling: The 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''' who beat the game did so after some really extensive grinding against him.
7th Oct '16 4:18:50 PM lalalei2001
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''Yu-Gi-Oh! Forbidden Memories'' is a Yu-Gi-Oh! video game for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation. The game takes place in both modern times and Ancient Egypt, and the player character switches accordingly. Throughout most of the game, the protagonist is Atem, the Prince of Ancient Egypt. However, after the high priest Heishin overthrows the Pharaoh, he sets out to free Egypt from Heishin's tyranny and is accidentally transported to modern times.

The game serves as an AlternateUniverse to the manga and anime, with the BigBad being a different person, and many of Yugi's TrueCompanions making appearances as characters in Ancient Egypt. For all practical purposes, it can be seen as an early draft of the Ancient Egypt arc that had yet to start in the canon media at the time. It has two sequels, ''VideoGame/YuGiOhTheDuelistsOfTheRoses'' and ''VideoGame/YuGiOhTheFalseboundKingdom''.

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''Yu-Gi-Oh! Forbidden Memories'' is a Yu-Gi-Oh! video game for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation. The game takes place in both modern times and Ancient Egypt, and the player character switches accordingly. Throughout most of the game, the protagonist is Atem, the Prince of Ancient Egypt. However, after After the high priest Heishin overthrows and his right-hand man, Seto, overthrow the Pharaoh, he sets out to free Egypt from Heishin's tyranny and is accidentally transported to modern times.

times, where Yugi is dueling in a tournament. The prince must find his way back, collect the Millennium Items, and defeat Heishin and Seto once and for all.

The game serves as an AlternateUniverse to the manga and anime, with the BigBad being a different person, and many of Yugi's TrueCompanions making appearances as characters in Ancient Egypt. For all practical purposes, it can be seen as an early draft of the Ancient Egypt arc that had yet to start in the canon media at the time.anime. It has two sequels, ''VideoGame/YuGiOhTheDuelistsOfTheRoses'' and ''VideoGame/YuGiOhTheFalseboundKingdom''.
7th Oct '16 3:42:17 AM Skargoth
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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.



* 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.



* TheBattleDidntCount: Heishin will continue to duel you into submission if you somehow manage to beat him in the start of the game.
* 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.
4th Oct '16 11:22:26 PM Garo1o8
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* LostForever: The optional opponents have a specific timeframe in which you can duel them, and if you progress in Campaign beyond this timeframe, you'll be unable to go back and duel them for the rest of the Campaign.
** Simon Muran, who you'll be no longer able to duel if you don't run away from his lecture in the beginning scene or don't go back to the palace before going to the festival, as those events will trigger the early game's ending sequence.
** Teana 1, Jono 1, Seto 1, and Villager 3, if you return to the palace to initiate the ending sequence of the early game before going to the dueling ground and through the festival subplot to duel them all. Villagers 1 and 2 will become reavailable when you return to the past however.

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* LostForever: The optional opponents have a specific timeframe in which you can duel them, and if you progress in Campaign beyond this timeframe, you'll be unable to go back and duel them for the rest of the Campaign.
Campaign, thus leaving them permanently unavailable for Free Duel on that file until you beat the game and start a NewGamePlus.
** Simon Muran, who you'll be no longer able to duel if you don't run away from his lecture in the beginning scene or don't go back to the palace before going to the festival, as those events not running away at the beginning and returning to the palace after the festival will trigger the early game's first act's ending sequence.
** Teana 1, Jono 1, Seto 1, and Villager 3, if you return to the palace to initiate the ending sequence of the early game before going to the dueling ground and through the festival subplot to duel them all.all, or if you just skip the first act entirely by not running away from Simon at the beginning. Villagers 1 and 2 will become reavailable when you return to the past however.



** Seto 2 will become permanently unavailable if you don't rescue Teana before beating all the high mages, as you'll go straight to the endgame sequence instead of dueling him.

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** Seto 2 will become permanently unavailable if you don't rescue Teana before beating beat all the high mages, mages before rescuing Teana, as you'll doing so will cause you to go straight to the endgame sequence instead of dueling him.him after getting past the labyrinth to rescue her.



* NewGamePlus: When you clear campaign mode, you are able to keep playing through it again, with no difference, other than you being able to run through the entire game with an endgame deck.

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* NewGamePlus: When you clear campaign mode, you are able to keep playing through it again, with no difference, other than you being able to run through the entire game with an endgame deck. If you missed any of the optional opponents your first time through, this will also allow you to reduel them in Campaign and thus unlock them for Free Duel.
20th Sep '16 7:13:21 PM lalalei2001
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* DoubleUnlock: Upon beating the game you're given one of several random passwords depending on the name you put for the file, which does not work in Forbidden Memories. The passwords are for ''VideoGame/YuGiOhTheDuelistsOfTheRoses'', where they're used to unlock powerful, game breaking cards.


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* ProductionForeshadowing: Upon beating the game you're given one of several random passwords depending on the name you put for the file, which does not work in Forbidden Memories. The passwords are for ''VideoGame/YuGiOhTheDuelistsOfTheRoses'', where they're used to unlock powerful, game breaking cards.
15th Aug '16 11:58:48 AM lalalei2001
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* AdamSmithHatesYourGuts: Want those powerful cards without cheating or dueling specific character? 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 character? 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.
15th Aug '16 2:05:46 AM lalalei2001
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* AdamSmithHatesYourGuts: Want those powerful cards without cheating or just dueling a character to get it? 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 just dueling a character to get it? specific character? 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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