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Publisher: Konami Digital Entertainment - America
Developer:
Konami
Release Date:
September 2005
Platform(s): Nintendo DS™
ESRB Rating: Rating Pending
Genre:
Strategy
Multiplayer: Up to two players via wireless multiplayer

Yu-Gi-Oh! Nightmare Troubadour brings a new round of dueling action to the Nintendo DS. Utilizing the unique features of the Nintendo DS, players will experience the world of Yu-Gi-Oh! on two screens with touch pad controls. Watch monsters rise up from their cards and battle it out on the top screen with amazing 3D graphics. Use the bottom screen strategically as it presents the card playing field in 2D and supports the full touch screen control. Players will notice that the time of day in the game affects dueling action and events. This can be attributed to the "Game Time" feature found in Nightmare Troubadour . After players have vanquished single-player opponents, they can link up with other players using the DS' wireless LAN capabilities and battle or trade cards with friends.

Features:

•  Utilizes the Nintendo DS touch pad and two screens for exceptional control

•  Use the Nintendo DS' wireless LAN connection to duel friends or trade cards

•  Includes more than 1000 of the latest and greatest cards

•  Each game includes three exclusive trading cards

•  Enhanced 3D graphics bring the Yu-Gi-Oh! world to life as monsters arise from the cards

•  Unique "Friendship" feature available with in-game duelists that will trigger special events

•  "Game Time" feature impacts dueling action and events occur based on the game clock

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