Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s Decade Duels Plus Coming To PSN

Posted by on January 22nd, 2013 | 15 Comments | Tags:

It’s Time To Duel! Konami announced today that it is finally bringing a Yu-Gi-Oh title to the PlayStation Network. Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s Decade Duels Plus is an update to the previously released Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s Decade Duels for Xbox Live Arcade.

Features include:

  • Voice and Text chat compatibility
  • Over 2,000 playable cards, including cards featured in Yu-Gi-Oh! Classic, GX and 5D’s Decks
  • Hundreds of additional cards and packs for purchase through Xbox LIVE® Marketplace and the PlayStation® Store
  • Online Multiplayer with up to four-player Tag Duel for total Yu-Gi-Oh! supremacy
  • Game play customization with user-created rules
  • Multiple Game Modes including Quick Match, Rank Match and Custom Match
  • Online Leader Boards to track your stats against anyone Worldwide
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While I am not too thrilled about the booster pack DLC bullet point, the promise of Yu-Gi-Oh and online play for a PlayStation system has me pretty pumped.

There is no word on release dates yet, but we do know that the game will cost $9.99.

  • Chris


    • Eramo88

      YESSSSSS!!!! 😀 😀 😀


    • The Priest Seto


    • Kal


  • I was hoping for something on Vita (card games just seem better suited to handhelds), but since the game was originally on 360 I assume that means this will be on PS3.

    • ive been waiting for a good yugioh game on psn for a long time im super happy now

    • DaleH

      how do you download it on ps3 i can’t find it

  • Freelance

    Would rather have a retail game (on Vita preferably) where I can play against the AI. I love the card game but I’d get creamed if I played against real people…

  • Finally 😀

  • Vinicius

    I’d rather have a new yu-gi-oh! game on either the 3ds or the vita. Also no Xyz cards right?

  • Eric G

    exodia support

  • subz3r0

    is buying the cards the only way to get the extra cards? if so that sucks.

  • Chris Waaka

    will this game never come out as a digital download in New Zealand?