Yu-Gi-Oh! The Sacred Cards s a Game Boy Advance game based on the Yu-Gi-Oh! Anime was developed and published by Konami. It was first released in Japan on July 4, 2002.
The storyline is quite simple. You are in a duel tournament with your friends Yugi and Joey while getting support from friends that aren’t in the game. There is a group called the Rare Hunters that wants the all-powerful legendary God cards. They also want rare cards the duelists have. You must find the God cards and stop the Rare Hunters and their leader, Marik. While looking for Rare Hunters, you have to obtain six puzzle cards to duel in the finals. It is pretty exciting.
This Yu-Gi-Oh! The game is quite different from the other ones. In the other Yu-Gi-Oh! games, you had some duelists, and you had to duel them. Well, in this game, you walk around the city as Yugi and Joey’s friend. You can challenge duelists, talk to people to get information, and ”watch” duels.
This game is pretty easy, though. It doesn’t take too long to beat. What makes this game so easy? Being able to buy cards does. When you win major duelists like Rare Hunters, you get a lot of money. With that money, you can buy tons of cards.
Something else also drops the gameplay rating. In Dark Duel Stories, there was a deck capacity which affected what cards you can put in your deck and what you can’t put in. This can get annoying. With this deck capacity, it makes it almost impossible to put cards in your deck. The excellent magic cards and four-star creatures cost the most, and those are the significant cards you want to put into your deck. If the capacity were gone, though, this game would be even more comfortable.