Duel Masters: Shadow of the Code - GBA

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Duel Masters: Shadow of the Code (GBA)
Viewed: 2D Isometric, Static screen Genre:
Adventure: Role Playing
Arcade origin:No
Developer: Bandai Soft. Co.: Bandai
Publishers: Atari (GB)
Released: 21 Oct 2005 (GB)
Ratings: PEGI 3+
Accessories: GBA Wireless Adapter
Connectivity: GC/GBA Link Cable


Duel Masters is a card fighting and trading game that is, as they say, big in Japan. And America. The last adaptation to make its way to the little old GBA, home of card fighting adaptations, was Sempai Legends. Now, following your adventures there, you have learned all there is to know about Kaijudo. Or at least you think you do. You are feted as a truly world class Duel Master and every where you go everybody loves you. But you are about to enter your greatest challenge yet as you enter: Creature World.

In the Creature World you’ll learn more than ever before about the mystical art of Kaijudo. This is the best GBA version of the card game yet, using a 128Mb cartridge to squeeze in every one of the delightfully named expansion sets: Evo-Crushinators of Doom, Rampage of the Super Warriors, Shadowclash of Blinding Night, Survivors of the Megapocalypse, Stomp-a-trons of Invincible Wrath, Thundercharge of Ultra Destruction, and Epic Dragons of Hyperchaos. That’s 600 cards in all, Kaijudo fans!

The all-new story is driven heavily by your power to teleport into creature world. There are 15 different tournaments to enter, all featuring their own idiosyncratic House Rules so you’ll have to adapt to using a wide range of tactics. You’ll also be regularly challenged by NPCs and if you win you get rare cards as prizes. The game has improved graphics, AI and music on earlier versions, as well as having the necessary link-up mode which allows you to battle with your friends. Far cheaper and easier than buying all those cards, Duel Masters: Shadow of the Code has everything you need to perfect your Kaijudo card battling techniques.