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Yu-Gi-Oh! Reshef of Destruction
YGO Reshef of Destruction.jpg
Developer(s) Konami
Publisher(s) Konami
Composer(s) Norihiko Hibino
Masashi Watanabe
Shuichi Kobori
Toshihisa Furusawa
Series Yu-Gi-Oh!
Platform(s) Game Boy Advance
Release date(s) JP March 20, 2003
NA June 29, 2004
PAL August 13, 2004
Genre(s) Card Battle
Rating(s) ESRB: Everyone
PEGI: 3+

Yu-Gi-Oh! Reshef of Destruction, known in Japan as Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters 8: Reshef of Destruction (遊戯王デュエルモンスターズ8 ~破滅の大邪神), is a Game Boy Advance game by Konami based on the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise.

Contents

Plot

The Millennium Puzzle is missing. The player must help Yugi Muto (spelled Yugi Mutou in the English manga) find it and reclaim the ability for Yami Yugi (Dark Yugi or Yu-Gi-Oh) to appear. It appears that Reshef the Dark Being is behind the mysterious events and plans to shroud the world in darkness. The player travels with Yugi and Joey Wheeler (Katsuya Jonouchi in the English manga and Japanese versions) to save the planet from Reshef. To do so, they need the 3 Egyptian God cards, but they have been sealed in stone. Freeing them will require the 7 Millennium Items, which have been scattered around the world. Thus, the player must travel around the world and find the Millennium Items to acquire the God cards and stop Reshef. Reshef is being revived by "Sol Chevalsky", later revealed to be Maximillion Pegasus. The other main antagonists are the "Neo Ghouls", a revival of the original Ghouls gang led by Bandit Keith.

Characters

Reception

The game received generally poor reviews including several very negative reviews. The main complaints were about the games difficulty. deck capacity increases very slowly and cards are extremely expensive relative to how much money is won from duels. This makes it necessary for the player to spend several hours "grinding" in order to stand a chance against major opponents, who often have cards much more powerful than anything the player could have at that point. Many fans were upset with the graphics and technical quality of the game itself, compared to The Sacred Cards. There were a few positive aspects, such as the story and inclusion of several minor characters from the series, but overall the game was very poor in the eyes of even the most dedicated of fans. It got a 4.5/10 from Game Informer, the lowest score of any Yu-Gi-Oh game. On GameSpot in has a 5.4, somewhat mediocre.

Bonus cards

When the player obtains Reshef of Destruction, he or she gets three free cards.

  • Dark Magician Knight
  • Knight's Title
  • Sage's Stone

In the Japanese version of the game, Satellite Cannon was released as a promo instead of Knight's Title. When a person preordered Reshef of Destruction, he would receive Knight's Title.

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