Duel Masters 2: Kaijudo Showdown Pro Reviews
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Duel Masters 2: Kaijudo Showdown Reviews5
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|Gaming Headlines||7/10||Feb 10 '05|
|Etoychest||80/100||Nov 21 '04|
|Nintendojo||7.2/10||Nov 17 '04|
|PGNx Media||7.4/10||Nov 24 '04|
|IGN GameBoy||7.5/10||Dec 02 '04|
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"Overall, Kaijudo Showdown is a worthwhile title for Duel Masters fans, even those who may have bought Sempai Legends not long ago. The addition of expansion sets raises the total card count to over 300, but it is the small improvements that bring life to the game and make it more worth playing."
"The core of Kaijudo Showdown, like most card games, is a seemingly never ending chain of duels which are arranged into two types of tournaments. There are shop tournaments, which take place at a town's local card dealer and regional tournaments, which are larger in scope and advance the story. It should be stressed that the role playing aspects of this game are not on par with a game like Pokemon. As with first version of Duel Masters, do not buy this game expecting much more than duels and card management."
"Duel Masters: Kaijudo Showdown doesnt improve much on its predecessor but its still a solid fanboy title. If youd like to learn more about the game (and Duel Masters in general) before making a thirty buck purchase, Id go out and pick up a twelve dollar deck just to make sure youre really interested."
"Like the console version, Duel Masters: Kaijudo Showdown will be enjoyable if you are already a Duel Masters fan."