The 24 Games of Christmas! Day #16: Yu-Gi-Oh! Millennium Duels

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We’re counting down to Christmas!

There is a long history in Christmas in counting down the days from the first of December to the big day – after all, who hasn’t had an Advent Calendar at some point?
So we’re celebrating the silly season with a countdown of our own. One game that has been released this year that makes for the perfect Christmas game, each day, all the way down to Christmas Eve. 
You can see previous games on our own little Advent Calendar on the side of the site. Just click on any date that has passed and you’ll be redirected (don’t get too excited and jump ahead though – the current page will simply reload). Hopefully it keeps you and your family in the good times for the whole of the best time of year. 
Happy gaming!

 The 24 Games Of Christmas
Day #16: Yu-Gi-Oh! Millennium Duels 

(Read our review of the game here)

‘Tis the season to d-d-d-d-duel. Yu-Gi-Oh! Millennium Duels is a thoroughly enjoyable little download that provides seasoned players of the popular card game with plenty of decks to toy with and does a decent job of ushering in newcomers.
And it’s quite suited to the holiday season as well. With the extra time Christmas affords most of us, it’s going to be that much easier getting into the nitty gritty. Much of this game’s appeal lies in the online versus matches and, given the potential difficulty of organising lengthy 30+ minute bouts with living players in a community that is less than bustling compared to many, you’ll have ample opportunity to finally experience that.

Christmas is no doubt a time for making memories and revisiting old ones. If you know your way around the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise, the sheer amount of characters represented in this one will render you suitably nostalgic, but the real joy will be the time spent playing with others. 

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