History Videogame / YuGiOhForbiddenMemories

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.
27th Jul '16 1:13:20 PM lalalei2001
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* GameMod: There exists several mods of this game that alter the drop lists, mainly to make card drops more balanced and sensible for the opponent, as well as making the unobtainable cards from the original winnable. The same person who created some of these mods also created a Forbidden Memories 2 mod, an unofficial sequel that replaced many of the cards in the game with new ones, as well as a new story and several other alterations.

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* GameMod: There exists There are several mods of this game that alter the drop lists, mainly to make card drops more balanced and sensible for the opponent, as well as making the unobtainable cards from the original winnable. The same person who created some of these mods also created a Forbidden ''Forbidden Memories 2 2'' mod, an unofficial sequel that replaced many of the cards in the game with new ones, as well as a new story and several other alterations.
27th Jul '16 6:56:32 AM Garo1o8
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* TheUnfought: You don't get to fight Joey, Tea, or Ryou Bakura in the present day.

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* TheUnfought: You don't get In the present day tournament arc, Joey enters the tournament alongside you and remarks about his desire to fight Joey, Tea, or 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.day are also never dueled despite you dueling their past and Yami counterparts respectively, though neither had the buildup Joey had.
26th Jul '16 10:47:54 PM lalalei2001
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* EverythingIsTryingToKillYou: Lose one duel in story mode,even against your friends, and it's game over. The only exception is the HopelessBossFight against Heishin.

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* EverythingIsTryingToKillYou: Lose one duel in story mode,even mode, even against your friends, and it's game over. The only exception is the HopelessBossFight against Heishin.
26th Jul '16 10:47:36 PM lalalei2001
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* ArtificialStupidity: The AI in this game has several flaws:

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* ArtificialStupidity: The AI in this game has several flaws:flaws.
26th Jul '16 10:51:29 AM lalalei2001
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** A lot of trap and non-equip magic cards, since you can only play one card per-turn, regardless if it's a monster, magic, or trap. A lot of the time, the turn you use to place a trap or magic card could have been better used setting up a powerful monster to deter the A.I. from attacking, which is especially true if the A.I. currently has more monsters on the field. While their are some exceptions generally, if you're doing well enough that you can set them on the field, you likely could have won without them regardless. This does not apply in the end game though, where the opponents monster ATK will greatly outweigh anything you can legitimately get. You ''will'' need those cards for that part of the game.

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** A lot of trap and non-equip magic cards, since you can only play one card per-turn, regardless if it's a monster, magic, or trap.per turn. A lot of the time, the turn you use to place a trap or magic card could have been better used setting up a powerful monster to deter the A.I. from attacking, which is especially true if the A.I. currently has more monsters on the field. While their are some exceptions generally, exceptions, if you're doing well enough that you can set them on the field, you likely could have won without them regardless. This does not ''not'' apply in the end game though, game, where the opponents monster ATK opponents' monsters will greatly outweigh anything you can legitimately get. You ''will'' need those cards for that part of the game.
19th Jul '16 6:57:26 PM lalalei2001
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The game is noteworthy for [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness using gameplay rules vastly different from the actual card game]]. The game was released before the trading card game was, and as such, uses prototype rules that were originally considered for the TCG. Major differences include no tribute being necessary to summon level five and higher monsters, all monster cards being normal monster cards, only one card being placed on the field each turn, fusion being done without the card Polymerization, and the majority of the possible fusions not being actual fusions in the TCG. The game is additionally poorly balanced, with the vast majority of cards being monster cards, and the few magic and trap cards having simple effects that are [[UselessUsefulSpell usually not useful]], while the ones that ''are'' useful are nearly required to beat the game.

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The game is noteworthy for [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness using gameplay rules vastly different from the actual card game]]. The game was one of a few that were released before the trading card game was, and as such, uses prototype rules that were originally considered for the TCG. Major differences include no tribute tributes being necessary to summon level five and higher monsters, all monster cards being normal monster cards, only one card being placed on the field each turn, fusion being done without the card Polymerization, and the majority of the possible fusions not being actual fusions in the TCG. The game is additionally poorly balanced, with the vast majority of cards being monster cards, and the few magic and trap cards having simple effects that are [[UselessUsefulSpell usually not useful]], while the ones that ''are'' useful are nearly required to beat the game.
18th Jun '16 4:22:54 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.
18th Jun '16 4:16:50 PM lalalei2001
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The game serves as an AlternateUniverse to the 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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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''.



*** 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.
** When you beat the game, you're given a password at the end of the credits. You're given no information on what this password does, and it does not work if you try inputting it into the game. It's a password for ''VideoGame/YuGiOhTheDuelistsOfTheRoses''.

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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, 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.
** When you beat the game, you're given a password at the end of the credits. You're given no information on what this password does, and it does not work if you try inputting it into the game. It's a password for its sequel, ''VideoGame/YuGiOhTheDuelistsOfTheRoses''.



** ClippedWingAngel: [[spoiler:As [=NiteMare=], he has no magic, trap, nor equip cards in his deck, meaning once you gather the equips to make a monster stronger than the strongest monster he has, you'll have the duel won regardless of how badly you were getting beaten down.]]

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** ClippedWingAngel: [[spoiler:As [=NiteMare=], he has no magic, trap, nor or equip cards in his deck, meaning once you gather the equips to make have a monster stronger than the strongest monster one he has, you'll have the duel won regardless of how badly you were getting beaten down.beaten.]]



** RareRandomDrop: Some cards have ridiculously low drop rates in the game while only dropping from a single opponent or two, where unless you're particularly lucky, you will have to duel the opponent who drops them hundreds or even over a thousand times, just to get a single copy of the card.

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** * RareRandomDrop: Some cards have ridiculously low drop rates in the game while and only dropping drop from a single opponent one or two, where unless two opponents. Unless you're particularly lucky, you will have to duel the opponent who drops them hundreds or even over a thousand times, times just to get a single copy of the card.
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