Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelist Legacy: Link Evolution, Review – Yu-Gi-Oh’s Most Complete Game!
Let’s analyze Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist: Link Evolution is versions for PC, PS4, Xbox One and Switch. 2019 Switch version update.
On 24 March 2020, it reached digital stores around the world Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist: The Evolution of Linkfrom hands Konami and Another Ocean for PC (on the Steam digital distribution platform), PS4 and Xbox One. It is upgrade of the video game released in August 2019 on Nintendo Switch (and analyzed by our partner Sergio C. González), which, in turn, was an update on the Legacy of the Duelist Original, released in 2015 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and in 2016 on PC. While this may seem gibberish to you, it is really simple. Then we leave you with our Review of Link evolution:
As we said in the first paragraph of this Review, we are ahead of the definitive version of Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist. The roadmap for this video game is as follows:
Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist: Link Evolution – Revised PC, PS4 and Xbox One
Of course, on the Nintendo Switch the game was relaunched so but it can be updated to this latest version completely free by patch. However, For PC, PS4 and Xbox One players who already had the original Duelist Legacy, there is absolutely no benefit, as this Link Evolution is considered a completely standalone video game. though in broad strokes it’s the same game but with more content.
Now that we have the cards on the table (sorry for the bad joke), let’s do a little precision, especially for the novice, what’s the ICT of Yu-Gi-Oh! and that differences and news This latest version of Link Evolution features the one already seen on Switch in 2019.
Yu-Gi-Oh! is a card game for two players with the following rules:
This simple set of rules gives the card game itself and The Duelist Legacy: Link Evolution a title that follows the philosophy promoted by Quake III Arena at the time: “easy to play, difficult to masterThat is to say; learning to play is easy, but it takes a long time to develop complex strategies to overcome our competition. And this is part of the charm of the genre collectible card games. Who, yes, learning how to play, the various tutorials really help that there are the various game mechanics out there. What if: as in the original version, here we can play the single-player mode with super-legal decks this will allow us to annihilate our opponent. This way we will better understand why we like letters Yata-Garasu they have been banned for over fifteen years.
Changes and news in Duelist Legacy: Link Evolution 2020
This new 2020 version of the game offers a handful new letters (the whole is more than 10,000) not seen in any previous version, and updates the video game with the real-life card game until April 2020. In fact, here is another of his major novels: Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist: 2020 Master Rules brings with it Link Link Evolution (This video game is the first official way to play with these new rules that will be issued on April 1st) thanks Fusion, Synchrony, and XYZ monsters can be summoned back to the main monster zones without the need for Link monster to focus to these areas.
Otherwise, as we say, This is an update on the content of the Switch video game but will be treated as a new release on the other platforms.. So he behaves exactly the same strengths and weaknesses as before.
At the graphic level we cannot expect much considering the genre to which this video game belongs. The interface is the same as the 2019 title; a little more defined, clear and clean than in 2015. To tell us the story of the different Yu-Gi-Oh! (goes from Monsters Duel to Vrains, the last campaign in this version of 2020, and also, is a newcomer including all previously issued DLCs) Uses the official art of the characters. However, some decisions in this regard stand out, as some of the main characters’ clothes do not match those they spent at that time in the manga / anime.
The “scenarios”, which are technically game tables, though different, range from inaccurate and poorly worked. Animation summoning certain emblem monsters as White Dragon with blue eyes, Decoder talking or Number 39: Utopia They are good, though they can be improved.
Music remains the same as in 2015. Not bad, though it pales in comparison to Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links, the other great title in this Konami saga for mobile and Steam. Poor track selection doesn’t help either; let’s consider the fact that a game can last up to 15 or 20 minutes, and hear this time the same sound track that lasts 3 at most coins sooner rather than later.
Re-focusing on the game itself, we have a lot of single-player content, though to create a custom deck we will have to invest many hours. And look one of the big problems of Duelist Legacy: we don’t know what cards we get from every package we can buy, so that there is no way within the video game itself to know if our digital money is being invested efficiently. To pull our hair out, we have to resort to fan-created tools like TheCardHub. This does not happen in Duel LinksBecause the player is made aware of the exact contents of each package, including how many envelopes are yet to open, how many copies of each card still have to be drawn in the lottery, and even gives us the opportunity to draw the lot resume if we already got everything we needed.
Because of the customized deck creation is part of the game, and is essential if we want to have a chance in the imperfect online mode, it is understandable that this definitive version of Duelist Legacy follows this very serious flaw, especially when it’s in Duel Links (not from the same developers, but it’s still a Yu-Gi-Oh! game after all) this doesn’t happen. From this, we understand that what is lacking is a will, or proper planning.
Some kind cross play. The event was perfect for him, as this launch compares all versions in content.
To finish, we have to say that the Spanish translation is perfect … in the letters, in their names and in the text as to their effects. It’s all built like the real card game. In-game translation (the story mode dialogs) have small misconceptions, though most were corrected with respect to the original, where there were some crazy situations. An improvement in this regard.
This Review was performed thanks to a revised code provided by Konami Spain.