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Yu-Gi-Oh! Falsebound Kingdom by Konami




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Yu-Gi-Oh! Falsebound Kingdom is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 10.
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  • Platform: Game Cube
  • Publisher: Konami
  • Developer: Konami
  • Category: Strategy

Product Details:

Yugi and his friends are trapped in a world created by a virtual reality game. They must help each other to escape from this game gone wild! A real-time strategy game at heart, Falsebound Kingdom follows the adventures of Yugi and his friends from the Yu-Gi-Oh! animated TV show as they strive to escape from the sinister virtual world in which they have been trapped.

Fans of the series will now be able to set their favorite TV characters against one another in exciting 3-on-3 monster team battles for heated duels that unfold on a colorful 3D battlefield. Vying for control of the map, players will form a team of three monsters and delegate commands to the team in real time. As the fighting heats up, players can unleash awesome special moves and visually stunning combo attacks.
* Take control of monsters and conquer the map. From a team of 3 monsters, delegate commands to your team and conquer the vast map. The game proceeds in real-time and the enemies are constantly moving. Beware!

* Super beautiful 3D graphics. Monsters found in the Yu-Gi-Oh! animated TV series all appear in full 3D.

* Yugi and Seto are the main characters. You can choose to play as either Yugi or Seto in two completely different stories.

* Ultra-dynamic monster team battle. When teams meet on the field, a 3 on 3 monster team battle begins. The battles are simple to control, but you can unleash awesome special moves and visually stunning combos attacks.

* The introduction of the "Egyptian God Monsters". The "Egyptian God Monsters make their 3D debut in the Yu-Gi-Oh! game world! Their power is beyond imagination and will blow you away.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not for the impatient. Many adults today remember fondly of the Yugioh anime from their childhoods. They remember those distinct characters, and the plethora of monsters whom participate in battles between characters in events known as duels. For those people, Falsebound Kingdom will be a surprise as it strays from the preestablished system developed by the card game and favors a free-roaming RPG genre. What Falsebound Kingdom lacks in complexity, it has in lending to the imagination stimulated by a serene atmosphere. Falsebound Kingdom contains two story arcs which follows the characters Seto Kaiba, and Yugi Motou. In both arcs, the two lead characters and their friends are trapped into a large virtual world. In the world, they are Marshalls, masters of monsters. With the power of their monsters by their side, they are caught in a war between an oppressive empire, and a strong resistance. However, as the conflict sees its resolution, the characters are faced with a challenge which threaten their very existence in the virtual world. The main gameplay of Falsebound Kingdom lies in conflicts between opposing marshalls. Conflicts arise when avatars from opposing sides meet on the field, or an avatar attempts to take over a city or a fort inhabited by a member of the opposing force. The most common of these conflicts involve 3-on-3 battles between each marshalls' monsters. When choosing one's actions in battle, one has the option to do a single attack, to wait, to guard, to use an item or, mainly in the late game, use a special attack. Strategy using these four options tends to be fairly shallow in the beginning as the most significant factor in victory is strength, ability to attack, and the usage of healing items when the time comes. It is not until much later in the game when special spell items become usable by monsters, or when monsters gain special, passive abilities for battle. For the most part, the game essentially becomes a game of pressing A to attack for 90% of the early game, and does not change until the game progresses significantly. This can get very monotonous, especially in certain missions which feature multiple marshals whom control identical rosters. Traveling can be quick, or painfully slow depending on what monster one has at the center of his squad. It is recommended in having quick monsters as the game rewards players in exploration which can range from extra cash, new monsters, or special items in shops of certain cities. The large variety in what can be found in the large virtual world gives one an incentive to explore and search for more past mission objectives. Thankfully, traveling in this game is made easier with the advent of quality overworld themes. These themes, for the most part, are very serene and calm which, for some, can give a sense of relaxation. Though not very diverse, it does it job well. The biggest issue with the gameplay may be not its simplicity, but its intended audience. This game was made for fans of the show, which is made clear with some of the more complex moves possible in the game, such as fusion, and with some of the character relationships. Newcomers to Yugioh may be lost with the relationship between Yugi and his friends and the significance it has in the canon. For example, there is a mission in Yugi's campaign which involves using a certain character to beat another. The reason why this is a mission objective is derived from the characters' relationship with each other, which is not well explored in this game. Though it's not too terribly exclusive, it is enough to be noticeable. Though Falsebound Kingdom can indeed move at a sluggish pace at times, its relaxing atmosphere allows it to remain appealing. Those who are fans of the card game and anime will find this game to be quite pleasant, aside form a couple inconsistencies in monster fusions. Although simplistic, it has appeal which transcends past the demographic of which the game was intended for
Date published: 2014-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My Childhood This is one if the best games i have ever played. I put tens of hours into this game. i have beaten it multiple times and it never gets old. there are always new possibilities
Date published: 2013-11-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Just don't get it This game is horrible. It has VERY confusing gameplay, especially during the duels where you (i think) have to duel (bypassing the rules of dueling) while trying to run away. Or something like that. You have a bunch of low level cards that you play over and over and over. If u win you get to roam around a wasteland which, with these graphics, would seem barren even if it was meant to be an oasis. I had a hopelessly scratched disk so I could only get past the 2nd or 3rd stage. If by some chance you do beat the game though, i can almost guarantee that you won't want to do it again. Also, though these graphics are bad, i noticed that my gamecube was having to work harder than usual to render them. So don't torture yourself or your game cube. I know gamecube is an awesome console but yu-gi-oh and gamecube are not a cute couple.
Date published: 2012-07-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great game, worth it's current price and then some My brother and I have owned this game for several years, and we are still playing it today. I am not a huge fan of yugioh, but this is nothing like the card game, and I love that. With each of the three campaigns, intense bosses, and the multitude options for characters, marshals, and strategies, this is a great game. In my opinion, the only thing keeping my from rating this higher is the lack of voice actors, how the konami code makes the game a piece of cake, (which is why I never use it,) and the lack of multiplayer, (it would be great if the screen split in half, player one would have a controller and their memory card in slot A with all their data, and player two would have a controller and their data in slot B, and the game becomes a strategy-filled match with both players trying to take each others main base, or take out all of the other players marshals,) is all that keeps this game from being my favorite, bested only be Super Smash Bros Melee.
Date published: 2012-04-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Terrible game even for a RPG How can you make Yu Gi Oh a RPG it is just a terrible idea. It is not worth the 3$ it costs. it has fine graphics and all but your character is your main card and you click on where you want to go and your character spends a half hour getting their the only people i would recommend this to are yu gi oh freaks.
Date published: 2012-01-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from better than the card game if you dont like the the yu gi oh trading card game dont let influence your decision on this game it is nothing like the card game it's way better
Date published: 2011-08-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from In one word, AWESOME! read the top cause it true! game is pure awesomeness!
Date published: 2011-06-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from best yu gi oh game for gamecube! this game is the best rpg ever for gamecube. the game is a great game. best yu gi oh game. this game might be a little hard for beginners soon you'll get the hang of the controls. this is a must for any yu gi oh fan. i wish mine didn't get scratched up if it wasn't i would be playing it right now.
Date published: 2010-09-22
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