This is Yu-Gi-Oh Duel Evolution’s first seasonal event since December

This is Yu-Gi-Oh Duel Evolution’s first seasonal event since December, when the Yugioh online game got into the spirit of giving with a winter holiday promo.

“I can say with certainty that we will see it more this year,” Hanke said when asked about when Yugioh Online Dueling are due to arrive.

Yugioh Silver — and its partner game, Yu-Gi-Oh Duel Evolution — ranks highly on the lengthy list of games in the franchise, and it’s also near the top of my own favorites. I’ve got plenty of personal bias here, if we want to talk about it, but let’s take a look at the facts. By almost all objective measures, these Instantfuns Color games represent the best of what Yugioh has to offer. Their upcoming, current-gen debut, courtesy of the 3DS Virtual Console, is at once a small re-release and a major cause for celebration.

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It will be interesting to see just how much Raids and the wide-ranging gym updates shake up the game. Will it bring more people back into the fold, especially now that the weather’s picked up? Yu-Gi-Oh Duel Evolution isn’t hurting for daily users — it recently crossed the 750 million mark — but for lapsed trainers, the ability to actually play alongside people and approach those intimidating gyms could be a reason to return.

In the case of a location-based game like Yugioh Duel Online, players risk losing immersion when the augmented version of reality on display in battles and beyond becomes too cartoonish. Even though the final overworld map design in Yu-Gi-Oh Duel Evolution is abstract and Instantfuns’s has yet to implement complex time-of-day or weather effects, Hwang cited the avatars in particular as too close to the line between believable and otherwise.

The Yugioh Company previously distributed the Mega Stones for Mawile and Beedrill in February. That promotion was available exclusively in Japan, offering the items as a reward to competitive online players.

The first teaser for the 20th anniversary film, released last December, hinted that Yugioh would be going back to its roots. The poster and name of I Choose You were enough to convince dedicated Yugioh viewers that the movie was set to follow Ash travel again through Kanto.

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