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    Yu-Gi-Oh!

    I know it may seem nerdy, but at 23, I still love the show and the card game/video games. A kid in my elementary class introduced me to it. Since then, I watched the show (the 2001-2006 American version) and collected the cards. My first deck was the original TCG one of Yugi, and my brother who was also interested got the Kaiba one. He gave me all of his Yu-Gi-Oh! cards after he lost interest in it and I still have every card he gave me and every one I ever collected.

    I used to play the card game with a neighbor of mine (one whom I had/have sexual feelings for, but that's a whole 'nother story) and he beat me just about every time. He did steal one of my brother's rare cards once, but luckily our mother came home in time and got the card back. I no longer have anyone to play the card game with, so I just collect them, and they are stored away in tins. I have been buying more structure decks recently to make my collection larger. It's nice to have more good cards to crush your potential opponent(s) with, ha ha.

    Who else loves the show, games and card game? Do you still watch it and play the games, or collect the cards?

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    Re: Yu-Gi-Oh!

    I used to watch the American version of Yu-Gi-Oh and I still have my cards somewhere. If you still want to play against other people you can go on duelingnetwork. Sometimes I'll go on and play but these new cards are crazy and it's so easy to summon high level monsters with very powerful effects. Most of the older cards can't stand up to the newer ones.

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    I use to watch the TV show on WB, but I have never played the game.
    I couldn't get my mind off you all day.
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    Erggm my gewerrrd! A super Yu Gi Oh fan here I used to play almost all of the games (video from BGA to PS2) and I play the real life versions too (cards). However mint cards are too expensive with Blue eyes priced almost few hundreds

    I still follow the latest anime series - Yu Gi Oh Zexal. The subs usually came out later late but I can understand what they are saying even without them.

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    Re: Yu-Gi-Oh!

    Quote Originally Posted by Scealle View Post
    Erggm my gewerrrd! A super Yu Gi Oh fan here I used to play almost all of the games (video from BGA to PS2) and I play the real life versions too (cards). However mint cards are too expensive with Blue eyes priced almost few hundreds

    I still follow the latest anime series - Yu Gi Oh Zexal. The subs usually came out later late but I can understand what they are saying even without them.
    Nice to meet a fellow Yu-Gi-Oh fan. I keep my rarest cards in a binder, I can't risk getting them damaged even though I'd like to use them. I watched some of the latter stuff but haven't seen it in years.

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    I loved the show! I would literally plan my day when I was at home so that when it started there would be no interruptions. I still have my deck but it doesn't get much play these days. When I do have the desire to duel I play the PC game.

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    I used to be obsessed with the Harpie cards. Ever since I first saw Mai use the original Harpie Lady, I had a fascination to the Harpies. I really looked up to Mai and the Harpies. Not surprising, because I've always liked female characters a ton in media.

    I have cards (don't know where they are, but I have them) and I have games for Nintendo DS, and PS2. Really hope they make video games for the PS4, because I'd buy any they release.

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    Re: Yu-Gi-Oh!

    I have some of the GBA games as well as most of the DS games. I really enjoyed it and the show wasn't too bad either.

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    Re: Yu-Gi-Oh!

    Does anyone currently follow their latest series Yu Gi Oh Zexal?
    Current tactics mostly requires you to "XYZ" summon. Some XYZ monster are very overpowered
    if you think the Hero's monsters are annoying.
    XYZ summon uses same Leveled monsters (depending) to fusion which is great ; as I hated the fusion back in the 90's (You require a Polymerization card which is annoying if you don't draw it on time).
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    Re: Yu-Gi-Oh!

    I can't keep up with the new cards. It's a completely different game now than when I played 6 years or so ago. In the beginning the game was a bit too slow but now it seems like the game is way too fast.

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    I just bought some more of the older cards yesterday, ones that go with the whole "Dark Magician" family.

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