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New Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V Tag Force Special Details, Price Revealed

Posted by on November 23rd, 2014 | 3 Comments | Tags:

November’s issue of V-JUMP has revealed additional information on Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V Tag Force Special for PSP. The latest entry in the long running trading card franchise features a crossover between characters from all five television series. It was previously stated that players would be able to duel against the main protagonists Yugi Mutou, Jaden Yuki, Yusei Fudo, Yuma Tsukumo and Yuya Sakaki. The newest issue of the magazine reveals that other characters like Chazz Princeton, Seto Kaiba, Zane Truesdale, Joey Wheeler, Noboru Gongenzaka, Reginald Kastle, Jack Atlas, Sora Shiun’in, Kite Tenjo, and Crow Hogan can be challenged. It also clarifies the statement regarding card inclusions by saying cards as far as this December’s Synchron Extreme Structure Deck will be included. In all, Tag Force Special will contain over 7000 cards.

As the game is launching exclusively on the PlayStation Store, no promotional cards will be included, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be bonuses. Purchases made within the first month of the game’s launch will be entitled to a special digital pack of cards for use in the game, that can be accessed by going into the main menu and selecting the “Special Early Purchase Items” pack. Another bonus is for returning players of the Tag Force series. Slightly reminiscent to the UMD Recognition feature in earlier games, Tag Force Special will allow users to import their character name, deck recipes, DP, and cards (limited to one copy of each) from Tag Force 6.

Those that must have a card can take solace in the fact that Shueshia will be publishing a guidebook for Tag Force Special. It’ll include the effect monster Harpie Harpist (Level 4/Wind). The card’s effect and the release date for the guide will be revealed in the future.

Like previous Tag Force entries, the game will support local multiplayer for up to four players.

Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V Tag Force Special launches sometime this winter in Japan for 3000yen. Previous games in the series launched at 5200yen. While it’s a PSP game, Konami expects it to be playable on PS Vita.

[Source: Stardust Junction]


  • JonathanisPrimus

    I’m none too keen on what I’m seeing here. None of the images have displayed a traditional Tag Force over world where you can walk around and explore environments nor has there been any mention of the special attacks/summonings rendered with 3D models.

    The lack of online gameplay seems to exemplify how ho-hum this release is shaping up to be. It’s 2014.

    It’s like a no-frills Tag Force, but the frills are what made Tag Force what it is.But then again, I guess that’s why it’s not called Tag Force 7 and costs about half the price of the numbered entries.

    • Timon

      considering i thought this game series was fricken dead….i’ll take what i can get
      Maybe if it does well, we’ll see that 7 but for now, all the protagonists in Tagforce to do with as we please finally is enough frills for me lol

    • Timon

      considering i thought this game series was fricken dead….i’ll take what i can get….
      Maybe if it does well, we’ll see that 7 but for now, all the protagonists in Tagforce to do with as we please finally is enough frills for me lol