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1. Posted: Mon 25th Apr 2011 21:02 BST
example: You put down a monster card and a couple spell and/or trap cards on your table, then when the 3DS recognizes them, the monster appears on your table in 3D. People will then be able to battle friends on the other side of the table and/or computer AI duelists.
Discuss, would this be a good or bad idea? Any suggestions or comments?
(Tried to find a similar topic before posting, didn't find one, so sorry if this is a possible re-post)
2. Posted: Mon 25th Apr 2011 21:03 BST
I think Nintendo would sooner do that for Pokemon than Yu-Gi-Oh.
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3. Posted: Mon 25th Apr 2011 21:21 BST
I"m sure Konami will make a Yu-gi-oh game. I only hope it will use AR. I would love to see Red Eyes Black Dragon on my table. I wonder if you would be able to use it during online battles if the game were to include that. Yu-gi-oh with AR has endless possibilities and would be so cool. I'd buy it.
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4. Posted: Mon 25th Apr 2011 21:25 BST
That would be awesome. It would be cool if they made booster packs for the game too.
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5. Posted: Mon 25th Apr 2011 21:33 BST
It comes down to how they would make it work, coding the spell and trap cards to work on the field might be a pain, and to recognize if a card is in defense or attack positions might be somewhat difficult.
Hopefully its not too complicated for them to make it happen.
6. Posted: Mon 25th Apr 2011 22:59 BST
I keep saying the same thing...being able to use my own cards that have been collecting dust for YEARS in a video game would be awesome. Especially if AR is used...EDIT: I'm pretty sure they could design a special playing mat, so the system could detect that stuff easier.
Edited on Mon 25th April, 2011 @ 23:00 by Megumi
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7. Posted: Tue 26th Apr 2011 23:08 BST
This is actually much smarter then using the AR cards. Since the games always have the cards in them they could just make some AR mat similar to the ones for tournaments. It would be easier than having to use multiple AR cards. I'm sure it would be confusing if you had to actually flip the AR cards up down and defense position.
8. Posted: Tue 26th Apr 2011 23:25 BST
lol that might give me reason to bring out the cards thats been in a old box for about half a decade.
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9. Posted: Wed 27th Apr 2011 01:14 BST
BellGoRiiing wrote:I keep saying the same thing...being able to use my own cards that have been collecting dust for YEARS in a video game would be awesome. Especially if AR is used...EDIT: I'm pretty sure they could design a special playing mat, so the system could detect that stuff easier.This is actually much smarter then using the AR cards. Since the games always have the cards in them they could just make some AR mat similar to the ones for tournaments. It would be easier than having to use multiple AR cards. I'm sure it would be confusing if you had to actually flip the AR cards up down and defense position.
Well I meant a mat that would help the 3DS read whatever card is on your side...dunno about using the actual AR-...gah I'm confused now! xD
10. Posted: Wed 27th Apr 2011 01:18 BST
Magic the Gathering first pls.
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11. Posted: Wed 27th Apr 2011 04:34 BST
I'm sure Magic would come after, Nintendo appeals to the masses and frankly Yu-gi-Oh and/or Pokemon is more widely known than Magic The Gathering.
Although it wouldn't be bad, it is an awesome game.
12. Posted: Wed 27th Apr 2011 05:55 BST
Yeah I never played Magic...but YuGiOh! seems more likely...
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13. Posted: Wed 27th Apr 2011 07:05 BST
This would be extremely creative, make complete sense, would be awesome, I can totally see it happen-
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14. Posted: Wed 27th Apr 2011 07:19 BST
I'm sure Magic would come after, Nintendo appeals to the masses and frankly Yu-gi-Oh and/or Pokemon is more widely known than Magic The Gathering.Although it wouldn't be bad, it is an awesome game.
I'm pretty sure there aren't professional Yugioh and Pokemon card game players - or a world championship league.
I can promise you that Magic outsells all the other CCGs. It's probably not as popular amongst Nintendo gamers, because they tend to be younger, but it would still make for a more awesome 3DS AR CCG.
Edited on Wed 27th April, 2011 @ 07:20 by Bankai
15. Posted: Wed 27th Apr 2011 07:21 BST
You can play Pokemon TCG online. Go to the Pokemon website. Eventually, they'll release a player vs player.
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Edited on Wed 27th April, 2011 @ 07:22 by komicturtle
16. Posted: Wed 27th Apr 2011 07:30 BST
I think Walt might agree with me, but we need POP-UP DUEL CARDS!
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17. Posted: Wed 27th Apr 2011 08:03 BST
I think there's way too much to keep track of on screen to recreate Yugioh or Pokemon card games. You can bet your bottom dollar there will be some kind of Pokemon AR game though, it's too big an opportunity for them not to do something.
As for Magic... Do they even have a DS Game?
Edited on Wed 27th April, 2011 @ 08:03 by Usagi-san
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18. Posted: Wed 27th Apr 2011 09:06 BST
My bad, Komicturtle - Did not know that - it's interesting, but I still doubt there's the kind of money in it that Magic sees.
That said, I agree with Kaiser. Pop Up 3D pls. A whole game about that, please.
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19. Posted: Wed 27th Apr 2011 11:12 BST
this is genius you deserve a medal Willux D:
20. Posted: Wed 27th Apr 2011 17:40 BST
Wow, it's pretty scary to tthink that we're actually getting close to a variation of the duel technology used in the original Yu-gi-oh! anime. Another 20 years or so, and we could be turbo dueling with holograms while riding motorcycles with built in duel disks.
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