Based on the top-rated animated series from Cartoon Network, Yu-Gi-Oh! GX is the first Yu-Gi-Oh! Game for the PSP system. Up to four players can duel wireless in massive team competitions with all new characters, monsters, and cards.
Konami got creative with this one. You start out preparing for a Tag Force tournament, and you give various duelists their favorite sandwiches, so they volunteer to be your partner. I can’t reveal too much of the storyline, but it follows the GX characters, not necessarily the same storyline.
This game’s gameplay is the best you have ever seen in a TCG video game. You can walk around and give people sandwiches, so they become your friend, you can talk to them and see what they have to say, or you can simply duel them. Almost everyone accepts a duel when you ask them for one, although some characters in the game don’t duel. There are not many like that, though. The game just gets better on the duel field because you can battle weak duelists or good duelists. That’s a significant thing you could love about the game. They start you out with a water deck that is not good at all, but at the same time, they don’t force you to duel outstanding opponents. You choose who you duel, whether it be easy Slifers or hard Obelisks. This game has single dueling and tag dueling.
This feature is cool. There is also a ‘Free Duel’ section where you can duel anyone you’ve dueled in Story Mode. You can restrict yourself here to time limits going as low as 30 seconds per turn. You also can set the life points of both players, going as low as 2000 life points. In Free duel, you can either Tag Duel or Single Duel. You can also switch between two different ban lists in the game. There is also a feature on your PSP that allows you to connect to the internet-and they used that to their advantage. There is a function that takes you straight to a website to download new cards and panelists onto your game. This way, it never goes out of date!