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10 Things Most Players Missed In Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelists Of The Roses This older Yu-Gi-Oh game for the Playstation held many hidden details và secrets that players never noticed.

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Things You Missed in Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelists of the Roses
Yu-Gi-Oh! is a collectible card franchise. That may sound unimpressive sầu, but it"s actually one of the most enduring series in that genre. Originating in nhật bản before expanding across the globe, the property has been going strong since 1996. The success stems from more than the cards, though, as the creators have sầu produced various manga volumes, TV seasons, and even đoạn Clip games capitalizing on the concept.

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Amuốn the quirkier chapters in this story is a PS2 title, Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelists of the Roses. It initially looks lượt thích any other entry, but this 2001 hit offers an unorthodox twist on not only the setting but the card game itself. That"s where much of its complexity comes from. Even though the title is 20 years old, it still holds some hidden facts and gameplay secrets that many players have yet lớn find.

10 It"s Based On Real Events


Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelists of the Roses & The White Princess both depict the Wars of the Roses
Some fans might think that Duelists of the Roses is just another in the long line of overdramatic titles for Yu-Gi-Oh! games. In reality, the game"s so named because of the historical Wars of the Roses, where the Yorks and Lancasters fought for the English throne. Works like The White Queen and The White Princess have sầu depicted this conflict, but using a trading card franchise is a first.

Why did they go this route? It"s equally comical & confusing seeing Yangươi, the anime reincarnation of an Egyptian pharaoh, introduce himself as Henry VII. One might as well portray the Roman Empire with Pokémon. Et Tu, Pikachu?

9 It"s Actually A Sequel


Duelists of the Roses is a sequel lớn Yu-Gi-Oh! Forbidden Memories
What the English title doesn"t tell players is that it"s actually a sequel. Specifically, it"s a follow-up to lớn the PS1 game, Yu-Gi-Oh! Forbidden Memories. The characters in the story allude lớn this, but the name says otherwise.

Apparently, it was lost in translation, as the Japanese title has a "II" in it. They must not have sầu thought international audiences were privy khổng lồ this information. Considering the original takes place in Ancient Egypt, however, the sequel"s Tudor-era setting might have sầu confused people even more with the added context.

8 Rare Cards


Few players attain every card in Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelists of the Roses
This is par for the course. A game built on a trading card franchise would obviously make collecting those cards a big part of the experience. To triumph over the toughest duelists (or brag khổng lồ their friends), players naturally want some of the rarest cards they can get their hands on.

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Duelists of the Roses is no exception to lớn this. The sheer number of monsters available is overwhelming. That"s not even counting the countless others that can only be unlocked through fusions or other special conditions. Like the trading card game itself, attaining a preferred Boss will likely take hours of grinding & a lot of luchồng. Just don"t be too quiông chồng khổng lồ get them in real life; many of them are probably banned for one reason or another.

7 Deck Leader Dialogue


Deông xã Leaders exchange dialogue in the Japanese version of Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelists of the Roses
Another aspect exclusive sầu to Japanese versions is the Deck Leaders having a personality. Prior lớn duels, Deck Leaders would exchange dialogue khổng lồ establish their relationship or taunt their opponents. It wasn"t exactly a rivalry on the cấp độ of Yugi & Kaibố, but it was something. They would also offer advice whenever players lost a battle.

Unfortunately, this quirk is literally gone without phản hồi in international copies. Boxes where this text used lớn appear are mysteriously empty. Maybe distributors were too lazy lớn translate. Perhaps they ran out of time. Whatever the case, it makes the Deck Leaders little more than blank slates.

6 Censorship


Yu-Gi-Oh is no stranger lớn censorship in the U.S. The 4Kids dub is notorious aý muốn fans for making the anime more family-friendly, often leading to lớn funny moments where bad guys threaten the heroes with invisible guns.

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That same mentality applies here. Despite religion playing a huge role in historical societies, particularly when it came lớn monarchies, Duelists of the Roses removes several visuals and references lớn Christianity. In addition, characters và monsters with risque outfits are covered up. These changes are presumably designed khổng lồ make the game more accessible lớn a wider audience. Considering the sales, execs probably saw it as a good decision.

5 The Player"s Name Determines Their Deck


No, players don"t control Yugi or any of the other characters. Instead, at the start of the game, they must give sầu their names and piông chồng from a danh mục of starter decks. That appears khổng lồ be the over of it. What"s not immediately clear is that the name determines the starter decks they can choose from.

Yes, the mysterious Simon McMooran uses the Rose Duelist"s name khổng lồ narrow down a huge batch of decks lớn a measly three. It"d be nice if he told players beforehvà, but he must not think it"s important. After all, it"s only the single greakiểm tra tool they use to lớn progress the story and win this royal war. Who cares?

4 Complimentary Cards


It may be a PS2 title, but Duelists of the Roses is still part of the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise, which means promoting the trading cards. Several cards came bundled with the game. Depending on the region, they could be anything from "Magnet Warrior" khổng lồ "Dark Magician." It adds an extra incentive sầu for players.

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This isn"t the only time a Yu-Gi-Oh! product has gone for this approach. Plenty of books, toys, and even McDonald"s meals included cards for avid fans. The Pyramid of Light movie also gave exclusive cards to lớn those who saw it in theaters. Because new copies of this game went out of production years ago, though, buyers probably won"t get this bundle anymore.

3 The Real Bad Guy?


For years, an urban legover persisted ahy vọng the Yu-Gi-Oh! bạn base. Many thought that the true villain and real final boss of the game was Nitemare, or Card Majin. He was the big bad of Forbidden Memories, so it would make sense for hyên khổng lồ affect the sequel in some way. Perhaps the localized versions of the game simply omitted hlặng. A similar rumor surrounded the "real" winner of 1962"s King Kong vs. Godzilla.

In both cases, the legend turned out to be a hoax. The final trùm of this Yu-Gi-Oh game is Manawyddan fab Llyr, an evil Welshman. On the upside, he does mention being Nitemare"s brother. It"s a small consolation, but it"s better than nothing.

2 The Elusive sầu Dechồng Master I


Players can challenge all kinds of opponents in the game"s Custom Duel Mode. One enemy who proves elusive, however, is Deck Master I. The Immortal monsters would make this duel tough enough, but players can"t even challenge this guy in the base game.

Gamers must first purchase a PocketStation và insert it inkhổng lồ their PS2. Sounds simple, right? Well, this thing never released outside of Japan; players had lớn import it. Considering the time, money, and hassle, it"s unlikely that many would-be duelists bothered seeking this Deông xã Master out.

1 Typos


For the final insult from translators, Duelists of the Roses comes with a few typos. Certain cards mislead players with their descriptions. For instance, "Raise Body Heat" supposedly boosts the power of Dragon và Reptile monsters, but it actually affects Dinosaur & Reptile cards. That"s a screw-up worthy of the anime.

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To be fair, everyone makes mistakes on occasion. Even the best games sometimes slip up in the subtitles or other text. However, blundering information that could lead to lớn victory or defeat is a potentially crippling oversight. Once again, it shows the people in charge of localization really dropped the ball. At least the multitude of cards means that many duelists won"t have to giảm giá khuyến mãi with these mistakes.


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