So far, it's been a couple of months, and I'm still playing Eternal Duelist. The engine is *so* much better than Dark Duel Stories, and just to get booster packs, you'll have to beat people 5, 10 -- even 20 times.
Feb. 18, Dungeon Dice Monsters hits the stores... and there'll be a "Worldwide" edition of ED coming out as well -- it'll have a small RPG element... walking around different areas. Should be cool.
I'm almost 30... and yet I love this game. Sheesh.
"We had four couples, eight questions, a refrigerator and that's it." --Chuck Barris, talking about The Newlywed Game on LIVE! With Regis and Kelly
If I get a Game Boy Advance (which I probably will) I'll probably check it out (My little sister taught me how to play the card game and it isn't too bad. I'm just hoping the Pegasus deck comes to the US. Pegasus rules.) even though I did not like the PS1 game. Don't remember the title, but they gave me the wimpiest friggin' cards and I'd lose all of the time!
But if I don't like this game, I can always give it to my little sister. And I have absolutely no shame playing a little kid game.
Your ego has just been *CRUSHED*Courtesy of The Renegade
I haven't played any YuGiOh or Pokemon card games... but I've spent an ungodly number of hours playing Cardfighters' Clash on the NeoGeo Pocket Color. Simple but addictive.
The only other card game I spent any time with was the old Magic: The Gathering PC game from Microprose, which had multiple single-player modes (computer opponents in exhibition and tournament modes, random decks, and a nifty adventure mode with random battles and bosses). Unfortunately, it won't install on my new Athlon, and it ran slowly on my old P133...
"Ah, the old exploding-beartrap-in-the-ass trick." -- Goemon Ishikawa
Renegade, you have a short wait. The Peagasus and Joey starter kits are coming to North America in March. Also, the newest series of booster packs are coming out this month. The Peagasus starter kit won't have Toon World (I don't think), but it does come with Relinquished. The Joey kit comes with a Red Eyes (which I have two of) and hopeflly come with the Time Wizard (which I need for a Fusion).
And as y'all can probably tell, yes, I do play the card game. Haven't played the video games yet though.
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