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Yu-Gi-Oh! Capsule Monster Coliseum Videos and Trailers - PS2

Game Description:Build your army, gather your forces, and take to the tactical game board, as the ever-popular Yu-Gi-Oh series finally returns to PS2. Expansive, detailed maps provide a nice change of pace from card action, and spectacular battles erupt across the board as your monsters go head-to-head with your opponents'. Collect monsters to strengthen your army and round out your deck while you battle across a multitude of game boards that mutate at random. Evolve and fuse your monsters to make your armies even more powerful, and defeat all who oppose you to attain the supreme rank of Capsule Monster King!
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