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Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Decade Duels officially relaunched

Feb 15 // Harry Monogenis
   @GlitteryCrumpet

Includes new modes, cards, and other features

Back in November of 2010, Konami launched Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Decade Duels on the Xbox Live Marketplace. Let me tell you right now that I'm a big fan of Yu-Gi-Oh!, and while I did have some fun playing Decade Duels, there were a number of issues that really affected my overall enjoyment of the game -- things ranging from a poorly designed online mode to the tedious campaign.

Clearly, I wasn't the only one who came across issues as a year later, Konami had Decade Duels taken down. Then, towards the end of the 2012, a game called Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Decade Duels Plus showed up on the Live Marketplace before disappearing a couple of hours later.

Now, it has appeared once more, and this time it's staying. But what is Decade Duel Plus, anyway? Well, think of it as a big title update for the original game -- if you have Decade Duels, you will be prompted to download a 200 MB update which addresses many issues, adds more cards, and introduces an improved Multiplay experience.

Again, if you already have Decade Duels then the Plus version will be completely free; those who do not can grab it for 800 Microsoft Points. Let us know if you plan on giving Decade Duels another shot.


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