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'Yu-Gi-Oh! Ultimate Masters-World Championship Tournament 2006' (GBA) In Stores

by Rainier on March 15, 2006 @ 3:32 a.m. PST

Konami announced today that Yu-Gi-Oh! Ultimate Masters – World Championship Tournament 2006 for the GBA has shipped to retail stores nationwide, featuring a host of new cards as well as all new game modes in which to enjoy the game’s fast-paced tactical card action.

Yu-Gi-Oh! Ultimate Masters – World Championship Tournament 2006 expands the Yu-Gi-Oh! universe with more than 2000 cards for players to collect and use, including many of the latest Structure decks from the TRADING CARD GAME as well as cards from the new Yu-Gi-Oh! GX television series. The new cards allow for increased variety and strategy in offensive and defensive tactics while maintaining the series’ core elements of traps, monsters and spells. Each copy of Yu-Gi-Oh! Ultimate Masters – World Championship Tournament 2006 will also come with three limited edition official trading cards from the new GX universe, Golden Homunculus, Helios – The Primordial Sun and Helios Duo Megistus.

Players will now have more ways to play and test their Yu-Gi-Oh! skills with the addition of several original gameplay modes in Yu-Gi-Oh! Ultimate Masters – World Championship Tournament 2006. The new Theme Duel mode challenges players to achieve victory while meeting a series of conditions, such as inflicting a certain amount of damage on their enemies or using a certain number of traps. Players looking for instant action can turn to Duel Puzzle mode, in which they must complete a series of objectives in one turn. Limited Duel mode establishes restrictions on the deck and actions available to the player, while Survival Duel mode challenges the player to advance as far as possible against a horde of enemies while managing a limited number of life points. Head to head competition is supported in Yu-Gi-Oh! Ultimate Masters – World Championship Tournament 2006, as players can compete against their friends using the Game Boy Advance LinkĀ® Cable.

Yu-Gi-Oh! Ultimate Masters – World Championship Tournament 2006 is available exclusively for the Game Boy Advance for a suggested retail price of $29.99 and is rated “E” for Everyone by the ESRB.

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