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'Pick up the pace and do something truly new next time,. Don't make the dedicated fans buy the same game over and over again.' Well, they got the message. It was a year and a half ago when I ended my review of Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2008 with those two sentences -- you can go back and if you like, but my opinion in summary was that the game was too similar to its predecessor, the game, and that more should have been done to make the new sequel distinct. Manual Roland Cube 20x Amplifier.
It didn't have a story mode, it hadn't made many changes. It was still a solid game thanks to the '07 title being so well done, but it seemed like a quick turn-around cash-in with a new year number slapped on the box.
Well, Konami got the message. Because the epically lengthily-titled is something truly new, it isn't just the same game again, and it does definitely pick up the pace. 5D's is the latest spin-off of the base Yu-Gi-Oh! Brand, and it's a series that's all about speed. In this futuristic vision of the card-crazed world, the popular collecting-and-battling card game Duel Monsters that the franchise is built around has been kicked into hyperdrive -- by combining it with, oddly enough, high-speed motorcycle racing. Futuristic motorcycles, on hazard-filled tracks.
Bike racing and card battling, together at last. The main character of the show is a fellow by the name of Yusei Fudou, a guy who's trying to overcome his poverty-stricken childhood experience living in the slums of the low-class Satellite district and make it as one of the famous motorcycle-driving Turbo Duelists living in the high-class Neo Domino City. He's set back in his ambitions when his best friend Jack betrays him, steals his bike and his best card, and leaves him back in the dust of the slums without a second thought. But viewers of the show know that Yusei's able to pick himself up, dust himself off and exact some card-battling revenge on his old buddy. The new Wii title,, picks up at around this point and bases its gameplay on a version of the combination of racing and dueling that the cartoon showcases both Yusei and Jack competing in. This DS title, though, takes a different turn -- it casts you as an all-new character, starting off in the slums of Satellite just like Yusei did and offering an RPG-like Story Mode that has your hero (whom you customize and name) finding and befriending characters from the show, recovering lost memories to overcome the (admittedly cliched) amnesia that afflicts him at the story's start, and doing lots and lots of dueling. If you've played or on the GameCube, you'll have a good sense of what the Story Mode feels like -- it most reminds me of those titles, with its fully 3D environment exploration, conversations with non-player characters and light puzzle-solving.