Late 90’s and early 2000’s are pretending to be called “a golden age” of manga and anime. Every single child was a fan of Shaman King, Pokemon with a magnificent Pikachu a.k.a. Pika and, of course, Spirited Away. Along with them, there was a fantastic anime Yu-Gi-Oh! about teenager`s playcard wars. Interesting plot and popularity of such topics made Yu-Gi-Oh! not only the successful anime but also a basic of Yu-Gi-Oh! video games line. And we are here to define what the best Yu-Gi-Oh! game.

There is no need to explain a tremulous attitude that author feels to those games because for him they are all best. Basically, the theme of fights and teenagers’ life was popular everywhere in always. Kazuki Takahashi who created a Yu-Gi-Oh! manga achieved a great balance between disclosure of characters and screen action. That balance was replaced into Yu-Gi-Oh! video games and now we’ll decide which one is the best of them.


YU-GI-OH!: Dark Duel Stories

List of YU-GI-OH! games is not full without Dark Duel Stories. One of many reasons for such respect is that Dark Duel Stories the first game released outside of Japan. This has own set of rules and game strategies created by players. And seriously – what can be better than 1-on-1 fight?


YU-GI-OH!: 7 Trials to Glory – World Championship 2005

In 2005 Yu-Gi-Oh! video games line was supplemented with Yu-Gi-Oh!: 7 Trials to Glory game. Events take place in unnamed town where exist Light and Dark clash and everyone is seeking a duel. There is DP system, where you can earn points by winning duels and buy new card using points.


YU-GI-OH!: World Championship 2010 Reverse of Arcadia

And the last one in the list of best Yu-Gi-Oh! games is Reverse of Arcadia. Probably the latest released video game of series includes a great variety of playcards. Story mode contains a 3D map where the player can cooperate with other participants. Also, you can download different cards from Wi-Fi.


YU-GI-OH!: World Championship 2007

It was for the first time Yu-Gi-Oh! video games of World Championship Tournament series were represented by the Nintendo DSTM. The game makes possible to use Nintendo Wi-Fi connection which is incredible for 2007! Also, it has a skin market with an ability to clothe your character in different ways.


YU-GI-OH!: Dungeon Dice Monsters

Someone says it`s the best YU-GI-OH! video game ever because of the pretty awesome idea of gameplay. In fact, Dungeon Dice Monsters combines ordinary dice and famous YU-GI-OH! card battles. A great variety of game modes and connection with original manga`s characters makes it one of my favorite on the list.


YU-GI-OH!: Capsule Monster Coliseum

This one was released in 2004 for the PlayStation 2. Similarly to other Yu-Gi-Oh! video games main characters are eager teenagers Yami & Yugi who have no idea how to use cards and play the game. The sense of gameplay is to use all monsters available to you to destroy your opponent`s monsters.


YU-GI-OH!: 5D`s Tag Force 4

Another exponent pretends to be the best Yu-Gi-Oh! game is 5D`s Tag Force 4. Someone may say there is nothing awesome in just another duel video game, but they`re fools. 5D`s Tag Force 4 allows you to use new options such as to play anime-exclusive cards, run for single of tag-team duels.


YU-GI-OH!: GX Tag Force

The list of best Yu-Gi-Oh! games isn`t complete without this game. GX Tag Force enrolls the player at Duel Academy as a student. The most important event in the game is a Tag Force Tournament. To run the tournament player has to find a teammate.


YU-GI-OH!: Duelist of the Roses

This video game was inspired by the real-world Wars of Roses that was taking place in medieval England. That fact personally for me is a reason to admit the game as the best of Yu-Gi-Oh! games ever. A plot that based on Lancastrians vs Yorkists war makes a specific respect to creators.


YU-GI-OH!: Nightmare Troubadour

And let`s start our list of best YU-GI-OH! games with YU-GI-OH!: Nightmare Troubadour. It was the very first video game based on Kazuki Takahashi`s manga. A player has to play as a beginner participant in Battle Cry Tournament. The game was released in 2005 and enthralls the true fans of manga and anime.