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Nintendojo (Dec 05, 2002)
This game has its shortcomings, but it's really the best CCG game available on the Game Boy Color and it is fun to the point where you don't really mind the shortcomings either. I should mention however that there is a sequel to this game, which is available for the Game Boy Advance. As good as this game is, the sequel trumps it in every area.
Portable Review (Oct 24, 2005)
There is definately replay value to this game if you happen to like how it is played. Collecting all the cards will take you a long time (even if you enter the 8-digit card codes to get each individual card), and once you have all the cards there is still the card creation mode to play around with and let your creativity run amok. There is a two player link option, but every other Yugioh player I know doesn't like the bizzaro land rules and didnt buy this game...Oh well.
70 (Dec 03, 2002)
Si vous vous étonnez de l'ampleur du phénomène Yu-Gi-Oh! auprès du jeune public, prenez quelques minutes pour vous essayer à cette version GBC afin de constater la richesse du système de jeu. Voilà un jeu de cartes diablement prenant et à propos duquel les parents n'auront pas grand-chose à reprocher, dans la mesure où il fait appel à la réflexion et favorise la dimension communautaire entre les joueurs.
Technisch ein Witz, spielerisch eigentlich auch, aber was soll‘s, die Pokémon-Generation fährt voll drauf ab. Alle anderen schütteln verständnislos mit dem Kopf.
GameSpot (Apr 12, 2002)
Dark Duel Stories is a much easier game to get acquainted with than Forbidden Memories, although once the card construction aspect is taken into consideration, it remains nearly as deep and satisfying for those who enjoy experimenting and number crunching. Dark Duel Stories comes recommended to avid enthusiasts of the Duel Monsters card game, as well as players who are interested in trying out a new card game with plenty of replay value.
Let’s start with the good things about Dark Duel Stories: It contains hundreds of monster cards divided over 20 classes, six terrain types, and a host of Special Magic cards. In addition, you can build your own monsters, and fuse existing cards into hybrid monsters. That’s a lot of depth.