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The game’s one-player story mode uses characters and situations from the TV show, and the in-game presentation has been streamlined with all-new dual-screen presentation to offer more information at a glance, while a new Duel Puzzle Editor allows users to create dueling situations that can be shared with duelists all over the world via Wi-Fi.
Every aspect of dueling is showcased in Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s World Championship 2011: Over The Nexus, and it is the ultimate simulation of the ever-popular TRADING CARD GAME. Its many online options detail the social aspects of dueling, and the collectible nature of the various cards is also perfectly realised – even allowing players to get their decks rated, using given feedback to refine their cards.
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