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Duel Terminal

Duel Terminals are a relatively new idea, and were designed by Konami to assist in introducing the then-new Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's anime, to new and existing players.

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Overview

The Duel Terminal itself looks like a traditional Arcade machine, and has a variety of game modes, using cards from the Yu-Gi-Oh! Official Card Game. Players can either use a Deck chosen by the system, or the Duelist can use his/her own cards, provided they have DUEL TERMINAL where the Edition should be. These cards are recognized by the built-in card scanner, allowing the player to "use" the card in the game. "Duel Terminal Edition" cards are only available from "Duel Terminals". The game itself is priced at 100 Yen per play in Japan.

Game Modes

The Duel Terminal allows you to choose between several modes of play:

Releases

There have been eight Duel Terminals released in Japan so far.

There have been two Duel Terminals released in the United States so far.

Duel Terminal Edition cards have also been released in Limited Edition Pack 13 and Limited Edition Pack 16

Impact

The Duel Terminals have introduced the "Ice Barrier", "Mist Valley", "X-Saber", "Ally of Justice", "Worm", "Flamvell", "Genex", "Naturia", "Jurak" "Fiend Roar Deity", "Real Genex", "Dragunity", "Ally Genex", "Dragunity Knight", "Fiend Roar Deity Beast" and "Neoflamvell" Archetypes to the OCG, many of which have been used by various OCG Duelists.

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