Yu-Gi-Oh! Stardust Accelerator: World Championship 2009 is the most robust offering in the World Championship franchise to date! Updated and expanded providing more than 2,800 playable 5D's cards in 3D environments. Players can choose to travel through 5D's Story Mode to duel in fun mini games with characters from the all new TV animation, collect cards and compete in multiple battles, including Turbo Duel racing. Also included, the all new World Championship Mode where players can polish their trading card game strategies and tactics in single player battles or multiplayer duels via Wi-Fi connect.
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Includes cards from the latest booster pack, “Crimson Crisis”
Featuring 2,800 cards from Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's, more cards than any other Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship title
Includes 2 exciting modes of gameplay in one game, 5D's Story Mode and World Championship Mode
Battle in single player mode or against Yu-Gi-Oh! gamers around the world via Wi-Fi
Stunning 3D gameplay environments in the World Championship Mode
Game will include 3 exclusive Yu-Gi-Oh! trading cards
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Yu-Gi-Oh StarDust Accelerator World Championship 2009 is rated
4.2 out of
Rated 3 out of
its oki had this game a year ago and i think it could be better if it was on wii. when i first got it i thought it would awsome but i was wrong.
Date published: 2012-08-31
Rated 4 out of
Really Good.It was fun even though I couldn't beat the game. Was really hard. If you are a hardcore gamer and can spend all night playing this game then I would recommend it.
Date published: 2012-06-29
Rated 2 out of
Incredibly FrustratingThis game is by far the worst Yu-Gi-Oh World Championships I've played. Opponents are way too easy. But the hardest part in the game isn't even a part where your dueling no its some stupid level that felt like it came out of a Metal Gear Solid game. Complete waste of money buy one of the newer World Championship games then spend it on this.
Date published: 2011-12-07
Rated 3 out of
Not A Very Good Gamestyle for YugiohI assure you, I have been a yugioh fan for a LONG time, however, I have recently got over it and I picked this up a year ago or so, thinking I would get sucked back in, but I was wrong. I absolutely hate how they are trying to make you play like an RPG/puzzle game. There's this one part where you have to sneak past these security guards to retrieve your deck, but it is the hardest thing you will ever think that will have to do with yugioh. plus, you can't even go further in the game if you dont get your deck, and it's just a waste of time. If you want something that is just dueling and fun like that, go for something older like WC2008, since I dont know what the newer games are like. Also, the graphics are a step down from 2008, since they switched to 2D battles instead of the old 3D one, pretty bad. However, once you finish the game, that's where the real fun begins, since you start the tournaments and can get better packs, but, be warned, it's gonna take ALOT of tiring hours going through the game.
Date published: 2011-07-18
Rated 2 out of
po0lly maddness from
My personal opinionok my opinion on this game is that its not relle good i have alot of bad things bout the game i got. Negatives: 1) way too short games done as soon as you defeat jack atlas 2)the games get to easily/ soo many glitches 3) they dont really make the characters challenging whatsoever (exceptions are jack and your bros in the temple of the signers) 4) they dont make many cards theres no syncro monsters cause i bought every sing card in there positives: i didnt really think of positives except the fact you start out with a deck thing is i personally dont like it anymore i beat the game when i 1st got it and i never knew how to play soo its an okish start for begginers but for the pros i recomend yu gi oh 5ds 2010 reverse of arcadia (NOTE: there might be a 2011 version coming out soon!)
Date published: 2010-06-23
Rated 5 out of
New School DuelingYu-gi-oh has come a long way in their games since the Gameboy Color days. In Stardust Accelerator you are introduced to the new aspects of Yu-gi-oh today, two most important ones being duel runners and synchro summons. The story mode and graphics are decent and the music is a little, well, boring...but that's alright, in a game such as Yu-gi-oh what really matters is the computer AI and the cards. Stardust boast nearly 3000 cards, 200+ solo duelist, and 30+ tag duelist. When it comes to challenge, among the many duelist on the game, there is also recipe dueling (in which you create the deck you duel against) and wi-fi duels to duel with friends. This is the best Yu-gi-oh game to date and it's definitely worth buying if you're into these kind of games.
Date published: 2009-12-17
Rated 4 out of
blue-of time from
what can i say a game with a lot of bugsi got it and i was okay i'm still suck on the four(4 duelist that you need to duel in one shot) i've made about 8 decks so far a lot of cards are missing wanna know a cheat when your about to attack with an effect monster than needs to press y to read the effect press it than your monster rips in two lol, i use to play the card game and let me tell you spend money on this rather than a bunch of peices of paper, also if you get stuck keep trying cause their all pretty easy to get pass don't plan on winning with the following deck: DD-you need to unlock the deck VENOM-half the bloody monsters aren't even their, elemental hero-unless you have a lot of time to duel like 40 times and unlock the packs don't count on it CYBER-one cyber dragon oh wow and cyber dark dragon needs to be unlocked(packwise), i have 3 tips for new duelist: 1. buy a lot of cards 2. you well be pissed off because it so hard 3. never give up 4. ALWAYS HAVE MIRROR FORCE-it's the only card you need have it or i'll find you 5. you will get bad hands i suggest just turning off and start over REMEMBER TO SAVE FIRST lol
Date published: 2009-09-03
Rated 5 out of
want a challengeIf you want a challenge buy this game its ok in the begining pretty easy but gets harder. it also depends what starter deck you choose. Especialy at the factory part with the one thug garding your friend in the game. After beating him you battle the thugs boss I havent defeated him yet and have edited my deck lots of times. The best thing to do is to use the wifi part of the game searching for other players to beat. You get points even if you lose but get more if you win. you will need 7,500 points to buy 50 packs of cards. between saving up 7,500 points their are downloads of cards you can use try useing some lower level cards. So that you can use them to bring stronger cards into play. follow that and everything should flow easly for you. enjoy the game have fun .