Taking Yu-Gi-Oh! Digital
A proper way to play online has been a request from many players for many years. Online simulators exist but remain unofficial. Konami finally stepped up and showed us what they can do when they decide to dip their toes into the digital market, announcing three new Yu-Gi-Oh! games last week.
Is Konami Promoting Deck Diversity?
Formats come and go, and so do the decks on top of the food chain. Some manage to pop back into the competitive scene, while others find themselves unplayable or unable to keep up after once being the deck to beat. Such is the cycle of life. But something strange has happened recently and we want to find out why.
Graveyard Reliance and Its Counters
The current format features decent diversity—seven different decks showed up in the Top 16 of the Luxury Championship Series. However, it appears that most strategies coincidentally rely on the graveyard, in one way or another, some more than others. You should build your side deck accordingly, and you can!
Generic Cards to Pick Up from Lightning Overdrive
Lightning Overdrive is the newest main set. It adds some interesting generic and semi-generic cards that are definitely worth a glance or two. Some may prove important to the format at large, or relevant to niche stratgies, and some may even fly under the radar. Let's explore the candidates!
Deck Spotlight: Aquaactress
The Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V anime first introduced the Aquaactress theme. The cards themselves arrived in the TCG with the release of Dragons of Legend 2 in July 2015. Only seven cards make up the core of the strategy, but I feel like we reached a point in the game where anything deserves another look!