Yu-Gi-Oh - Reshef of Destruction features 800 cards, numbered from 001 to 800. 100 fewer than its predecessor, The Sacred Cards.
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Yu-Gi-Oh! Reshef of Destruction is a Game Boy Advance game by Konami based on the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise. Reshef of Destruction is loosely based on the anime, being set in an alternate continuity from the anime’s events, and is the direct sequel to The Sacred Cards, picking up sometime after the events of Battle City.
In the start, the player is in his room with Joey. The Player, Joey, and Yugi are going to a duelist competition. Joey organizes his Deck, and asks the player how he is. The player gets two choices. Whichever he chooses doesn’t affect the plot. Joey gets excited for Duel Express tournament, but Yugi isn’t there yet and Joey gets impatient. Suddenly Yugi enters and informs them that his Millennium Puzzle has disappeared along with Yami Yugi.
Reshef of Destruction, being a sequel to Yu-Gi-Oh! The Sacred Cards, runs a similar battle system to its prequel. Introduced however, are continuous Monster effects. In between each move, a cursor scrolls across the screen – if any continuous Monster effects are detected, they are applied. Many of such monster effects are those that increase or decrease ATK/DEF, like Slifer the Sky Dragon. The game’s inability to sustain these effects between moves and the need to keep checking for them can make a duel tediously long.
Reshef of Destruction increased the game’s difficulty and length by raising the card restrictions. Many cards now have a much higher card capacity and purchase cost than before and the increase in Deck capacity, after every Duel, has been drastically reduced – the player only receives a paltry increase in 1 capacity when defeating a Duelist that can be challenged repeatedly and 3 for any Duelist that will only duel once.
Yu-Gi-Oh - Reshef of Destruction
Japan: March 20, 2003
Game Boy Advance
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