Yu-Gi-Oh! MASTER DUEL
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so its finally here for Android Yu-gi-oh! Maxx C is 3 (its not a bad thing) the game is really Great so far in the last 9 day and manage to hit top 5 steam as a F2P in general you can make atleast 2 competitive deck from the 7 day free gems they gave you the pack has 2,5% chance for an UR on each card (like SV) and has a pity if you dont pull an UR in your last Multi (advise to not single) Battlepass aint locked to Paid gems and basically free when you max it (the reward sums up to 3 and 1/3 UR, a pet and a login screen) and The game is an automatic simulator like ygopro tips on how to start the game 1 only buy Secret pack (basically half of the card in the pack is guaranteed to be the card from that set) So if you pull/craft a SR or above of a card you want it unlock a new pack for a day for a set that support that card. so the trick is you Craft an SR of the set you want, then you will be greeted with a free pack for the set and unlock it for a day this is efficient Becauss you dont need to pull random pack that contain cards from multiple decks which is not great if youre f2p 2 use your UR material for Staple Handtrap/generic spell/trap So in yugioh theres a type of card that can be cast from hand to distrub your opponent gameplay in multiple way notable one are ash blossom, effect veiler and the infamous Maxx C. These card are extremely hard to be pulled from pack were talking 1/760 chance for each so if you want a card you can look on How get it in the deck builder if it say Master pack you better off craft the card and pull cards that can be obtainable from secret pack 3 Buy the 750 gem bundles at the current time theres 3 bundle consist of 10 master pack and a guaranteed card. Solemn judgement, ash blossom, lightning storm These are Meta staple and you get 25% off for pack that you can dust for UR material 4 Ask for Help when making a deck/or play the game in the master duel discord The game is not Ocg or TCG its a limbo of both so you cant randomly net deck someone 5 Optional: Budget easy deck to start with Eldlich (if you like to get bombarded in discord every day, a daddy deck and peak Control deck gameplay and the budget version is the Cheapest deck to start with). Tri brigade (easy to understand, strong cards). NORMAL SUMMON ALEISTER-dogmatika shadoll (Yeah people hate this deck due to ptsd, but its w good deck to get to top ranked and really easy to play). and that sums up the basic knowledge you need to min max resource in MD good luck on your run and remember MAKING VERTE SOLVE LIFE ISSUE.
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I don't know what to say, I tried the PC version so I know what to expect, it's a great fun TCG, definitely not for the faint-hearted or people who are expecting age-old mechanics (cough Forbidden Memories). graphics? nothing to brag about, like hey, it's a card game, so don't expect so much especially on small screen that isn't a monitor. the mobile version....... is terrible, mainly in term of optimization. on top of the game heating quite a lot despite the fact game doesn't offer fancy graphics compared to say Genshin or Tower Fantasy, there's more apparent issue checking on notification bar? 30% chances of the game crashing rotating your phone by accident? 80% chances of your game crashing trying to type to search for card? congratulations, you've just crashed not just the game but also your entire phone! your only savior is to force restart the system soooo yeah, your mileage may vary (could be the game hates MIUI, or it's just badly optimized), I'll stick to the PC version until it's sorted out overall score may change once I figured out what's wrong with it, for now it'll stay as is. EDIT: After talking to several people ranging from mid-range phone to modern gaming phone, we came to a conclusion that the client is heavily unoptimized. If you want a better gaming experience, please send a ticket to Konami regarding this matter.
Honestly as someone outside of play store regions i thought tmi may bot be able go play this game but nope... Konami never regions ban my country which is awkward for Play store... Play store why can't i download this game from you? Besite that the game itself is very good for sure. BTW if you looking for story don't play this vame cause there's no story. This isn't like Duel Links when there is some story in it. Also warning for those with bad eyesight. Konami still never really FUX THE DAMN SKILL TEXT! I know they can only cram in skill text in real life cards but this is digital... You can just adds Numbers for each and different skills. Sure ut will make it longer but it's easier to read that way. I can understand the Skills but it's just hard to read haha...
No need for online simulators anymore! Now we have this refined app! First, I really like how they highlight the text of effects that can be triggered, it saves a lot of reading time. Then, I also like how f2p friendly it is, you get tons of gem from missions and log ins, which can fetch you some good cards, but I'd recommend f2p players to create meta decks or anti meta decks if you want to play Competitively. Oh my goodness the OST, they are literally on top, the beginning of the battle till the climax, the music just builds up the tension so much!
As for the device compatibility, I play both the pc version and mobile version, the pc Ver is much more refined as in it doesn't lag whereas the mobile Ver is much susceptible to lagging seeing as how my phone has 8RAM but still have fps drops. Overall, I think it's quite fair to say that it's good, real solid!
Yusei : 「集いし願いが新たに輝く星となる。光さす道となれ！シンクロ召喚！飛翔せよ、《スターダスト・ドラゴン》！」 "Tsudoishi negai ga aratani kagayaku hoshi to naru! Hikari sasu michi tonare! Shinkuro Shoukan! Hishouseyo, Sutādasuto Doragon!" "Clustering wishes will become a new shining star! Become the path its light shines upon! Synchro Summon! Soar, Stardust Dragon!"
To be honest, I prefer Duel Links. I like the battle graphics there more. With Master Duel the battles are a bit boring not able to see the cards coming to life. It's just the card itself doing all the fights in 2D. Well I think it was meant to be more realistic with how we battle with the cards IRL 😅 But still, I prefer seeing every single one of them popping out of the cards just like the Anime. And interact with the characters. Master is more of a serious battle. Also the letters are bit hard to read for me. Also need to get use to how to use everything and see where I can find the details. The gameplay is a bit to advance for me (I dislike complicated stuff). I'm a bit confused what to do next, so I just go with the flow. (For me, playing YU-GI-OH on my handheld consoles and PC was far better to understand and more easy to follow). This one, I was already getting bored after a few solo rounds 😂. This is not really my cup of tea. But it would be more fun if you know what you are doing. And know all the cards well and know how to use them. It been a while since I last play any of this type of game. (The only ones I remember more are the original ones, GX & 5D's. The rest of titles are unknown to me). So if you're more fanatic of a more serious gameplay of Yu-Gi-Oh! then go for it 😉
Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel is a digital version of the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG The game features the same rules and mechanics as the physical card game, but with updated graphics and online multiplayer capabilities. Players can build their own decks using cards from the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG, and then battle against other players from around the world.
One of the things I appreciated about Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel was the tutorial system. The game does a great job of explaining the rules and mechanics of the game, even for players new to the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG. The tutorial takes players through a series of lessons, gradually introducing new concepts and strategies. This is especially helpful for beginners who might feel overwhelmed by the complex rules of the game but there is also a caution that this game takes a lot of effort and high-curve learning. So, if you are new and don’t know lots of cards text, and effects It is okay and normal things because a player with 1,000+ hours like me is also still learning new things all the time and that is a phenomenon of the game which make me feel like every game is not the same. The graphics in Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel is also impressive. The cards are rendered in 3D and feature detailed artwork and animations. The game also includes special effects and sound effects that enhance the overall experience. I found the visuals to be engaging and immersive, and they definitely added to the excitement of the game.
One thing that sets Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel apart from other digital TCG is an online multiplayer component. Players can battle against each other in real time, which adds a level of excitement and competitiveness to the game. The matchmaking system works well, and I was able to find opponents quickly and easily. And the game also includes a variety of game modes, including ranked matches, casual matches, and tournaments. This adds to the game's replay value, as players can switch up their gameplay experience and try different strategies. I have to agree that the summon animation of the monster cards is truly impressive. The way the 3D cards pop up on the screen, and the animation of the monsters being summoned really add to the immersive experience of the game. It's clear that the developers put a lot of effort into making these animations visually appealing, and they did a great job of it.
However, one aspect of the game that I found to be annoying was the animation of collecting rewards. While it's always satisfying to receive rewards for playing the game, the animation that plays every time can be too much. After a while, it can become repetitive and slows down the pace of the game. It would be better if the developers gave players an option to turn off the reward animation or at least speed it up more than now.
Despite this small issue, I still enjoy playing Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel. The game is a great digital version of the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG, with updated graphics and a variety of game modes, keeps players engaged. The online multiplayer component is also a standout feature, providing players with a competitive and exciting gaming experience. Overall, I found Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel is a great digital version of the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG. The tutorial system is helpful for beginners, the graphics are impressive, and the online multiplayer component adds a new level of excitement to the game. I would recommend Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel to fans of TCG and to anyone who wants to try out a fun and engaging digital version of the classic Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG. Just be prepared for some flashy reward animations along the way.
Well, I would like to be very honest this game is now giving you money because i believe that the gems will have a value but now you got some free, however this game looks new and great but It is not for people who love games very fast like FPS OR games fast . It is for Yugioh time, you know what i want to say!
Hmm... This has gotten better than it was before on mobile... but the room feature as of the previous update was absolute crap. I can't say if that's been fixed or not since I didn't use it recently. but the only connection issue i had was most times playing in a room. i can imagine if i had not as great data to use for a connection, it would be terrible, and room function would be fully unuseable then. I'd only suggest this to those with a good connection when they play or those who have boundless or at least high patience otherwise. Its amazing card game ive been into since i was a child...although that might make me a bit bias so i will admit that the amount of rules and technical rules in game are a bit overwhelming at first for most. And while this game will teach you how to play... it won't teach you the technical rules, since pretty much everyone has to find those out themselves when they encounter them. Basic rulebook in Rl is at least some 45 pages since they gp over everything, but its not nearly as bad here. They give you a hands-on run-down of how to do everything that you need to know to play, in a very simple way, and reward you the first time you complete any run-down of the rules to play. It's a complex game, but with 'duel generation' kinda gone now(you can find it as a mod, but that's about it... and no server), this is probably the best/better way for most who start off to play. Especially in the case that one wants to play in rl, maybe sometime in the future, this app would be a good place to start. All in all, it's a pretty great app for what is heralded as the "#1 card game in the world. "... or at least it was, and as far as i remember, it is still. Recommend to anyone who likes card games that isn't worried about having to learn or who likes the show or watched it at some point and thought it was interesting or is already into the card game. So long as you have a good connection &/or patience, this is the app you'll want to get if you wanna play yugioh like it should be (aka unlike the "micro" version of 'Duel links', i find that apps playstyle to be way to restricted compared to this one). (And as a plus, the system for getting cards is way better than in rl... I wish i could just "generate" an rl card i want after trading in 3 others i dont. Would be awesome, lol).
In this game, you must be boomer when using blue eyes white dragon deck cuz that easily get counter if you don't had staples card in good situation. Overall it's bring my childhood memories back but game not yet optimize for mobile phone I think. It's often get force close after duel or even in the middle of duel sometimes. If you guys Konami fix this, it'll be better to play this on the go especially for mobile player.
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