|Game Name:||Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force 2|
|Languages:||English, French, German, Italian, Spanish|
Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force 2 is a Card Game video game published by Konami released on December 7, 2007 for the PlayStation Portable.
Review by DAReezan:
How do you take a game like Yu-Gi-Oh GX Tag Force and take it to a new level? Yu-Gi-Oh GX Tag Force 2 has the answer to that question: More cards, New characters, Minigames, New Destiny, Draw System, Updated Ban list.
Up to 2889 cards are available for the player to use, including some anime-only cards such as Arcana Force VII and Arcana Force XII. The same DP system and card packets as the first game was used.
Your possible partners include: Jaden Yuki, Syrus Truesdale, Alexis Rhodes, Chazz Princeton, Tyranno Hassleberry, Aster Phoenix, Blair Flannigan, and Jesse Andersen as the “Page 1 characters”There are also other characters such as: Axel Brodie, Sartorious, Thelonious Viper, Jinzo, The Gambler, Fonda Fontaine, Dorothy, Mimicry, Jagger Princeton, Slade Princeton, Jim “Crocodile” Cook, Yasmin, Bonapart and Crowler, and Dark Magician Girl.
The mini-games don’t really stand out but help provide the player with something to do apart from dueling and interacting with all the other players and might sometimes yield DP as a reward for beating them.
Fourth: Destiny Draw System
This might either make or break the game for you, but if it’s not something you want to do you can always disable the feature and pretend it doesn’t exist. The way Destiny Draw works is that you select up to 5 cards from your deck, these cards will become your “Destiny Cards” and when you get into a sticky situation (such as having an open field, low-life points, or falling for a trap) you will be prompted with the once-per-duel chance of drawing one of your Destiny Cards. The card will be chosen at random from the 5 you chose.
The Gameplay follows the one from the first game. A new feature is that now certain ace monsters will get an animation regardless of who summons is, so a player can summon Flame Wingman and get the same animation that Jaden would get if he were to summon the monster.
This is one area that the original Tag Force seemed to lack but that Tag Force 2 greatly improved. Each of your partners has a different story and the way to advance is almost similar to the last game. The way you advance on your partner’s story is by increasing their affection, for every heart you increase you will unlock an event for your partner that will progress their story towards the next event. Page 2 and 3 side characters also have their own story, but it’s the same for every one of them so you only need to team up with one of them once to see the same story for every single one.