Posts tagged TCG
Next week, one of the best Yu-Gi-Oh! sets in a long while will be released with Hidden Arsenal 7: Knight of Stars. While previous sets introduced a new set or added support to existing ones, HA7 introduces two new archtypes that will be powerful right out of the box with Evilswarm and Constellar More >
There have been plenty of card games in the last two decades. I grew up playing most of them, spending my lunch money or my parents money to build decks. One trading card game that has been around and still very popular is the Yu-Gi-Oh! trading card game, which is played around the world. More >
Back in November 2010 Konami released YU-GI-OH! 5D’S Decade Duels for the Xbox 360. Decade duels gave duelists a way to test out decks and earn new cards by dueling in both story mode and an online mode, allowing you to also purchase packs using DLC. The game stayed exclusively on the Xbox 360 More >
Konami has gone back and released some impressive stuff with the Legendary Collections in the past. The first is Legendary Collection that featured 6 Ultra Rare cards that started and finished the first Yu-Gi-Oh! Series. With the three god cards, Seto Kaiba’s Blue-Eyes White Dragon, Yugi’s Dark More >
Forget about everything else you’ve seen in Yu-Gi-Oh!, aside from the original series. The series that started it all featured some powerful monsters that are still used or searched for today. Instead of spending time looking for original packs, Konami decided it had a better idea, this time with More >
Earlier this summer a new cartoon and trading card game was released under the title Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters, the animated series currently runs of The Hub every Saturday. Kaijudo isn’t only an anime but also a trading card game brought to you by Wizards of the Coast featuring creatures More >
At San Diego Comic-Con Konami had a huge booth that had it all including playable games like Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate, Metal Gear Solid HD for Playstation Vita. They also had a shopping area that featured tons of Konami products and a few limited edition goods. Even Hideo More >
Once every 3 months it happens, duelists line up in the morning or appear in droves in the afternoon with the release of a new set of cards in Yu-Gi-Oh! Last time, Order of Chaos really helped change the game by introducing Inzektors and allowing Wind ups to be complete with Wind-up Shark and More >
It was only last month at Comic-Con that we met with Konami and talked about the upcoming cards in the series that included the upcoming pack Generation Force.
The Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Cards series has been through many changes since its creation. As the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card game (TCG) started, More >
Rolling off the success of the new Storm of Ragnarok release, Konami has just announced a full line up that will keep us busy until World Championship in Tokyo.
First off, we have the movie, Yu-Gi-Oh! 3D: Bonds Beyond Time, debuting later this month. Right as the movie releases, the movie pack, More >
Gold Series 3
This booster brings us easier access to several archetypes, some highly desired staple cards, and reprints of some Yu-Gi-Oh video game exclusive cards. This set contains the consolidation of Blackwing cards, easier access to Infernity cards, and a comeback of Amazoness archetype. Of More >
This new booster set contains a lot more than meets the eyes. This set features a brand new Archetype named “Scrap.” Also, this set introduces further support for archetypes like watt, Naturia, Fabled, and surprisingly Amazoness, who have not been supported for about half a decade, and also a few More >