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'Yi-Gi-Oh! Power of Chaos: Kaiba The Revenge' - Screens

by Rainier on Jan. 21, 2004 @ 9:59 a.m. PST

Following the success of its predecessor – Power of Chaos: YUGI THE DESTINY – the new game can be used in conjunction with the original or played as a stand-alone experience. Power of Chaos: Kaiba The Revenge features over 300 cards to collect, as players attempt to build the strongest possible collection of cards. Konami of Europe has announced a second Yu-Gi-Oh! title for PC, as 'Yi-Gi-Oh! Power of Chaos: Kaiba The Revenge' is released for the format in March.

As players take on a CPU-controlled Kaiba, they must use combinations of the monster, trap and spell cards they are dealt to defeat their opponent. Each card is lavishly illustrated and also contains information on their relative strengths and weaknesses, while a simple interface makes the combination of monsters and spells or the positioning of traps extremely easy, allowing the player to concentrate on the intricacies of card dueling.

Power of ChaosTM: KAIBA THE REVENGETM also enjoys a radically overhauled design, with the game set within areas of the Kaiba Corporation instantly recognisable from the popular Yu-Gi-Oh! TV series. Likewise, players owning Power of ChaosTM: YUGI THE DESTINYTM will find that any cards won in that game, are retained and instantly available in the new one while installing Power of ChaosTM: KAIBA THE REVENGETM will also enhance the player AI of the original game! Thus, across both titles, the overall number of available cards for Power of ChaosTM: KAIBA THE REVENGETM is increased to 450.

With its simple and slick control system, and with powerful options to sort the decks and experiment with card combinations, Power of ChaosTM: KAIBA THE REVENGETM marks a welcome return of Yu-Gi-Oh!TM phenomenon to PC. The game will also contain three limited official Trading Cards, and further Yu-Gi-Oh! titles for the format will follow throughout 2004.

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