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Yu gi oh sucks. It's derpy and the rules don't always mingle well or make total sense, you're always waiting for that cheesy counter and you can't really explore deck building options because the pre-designed decks always work too well. Looking back on the wizards games now, Magic and pokemon are both leagues ahead of yu-gi-oh. Yu gi oh was just for people who wanted to pay to win. The art was great but the gameplay was never that fun in my opinion.
I came to check out other card games by popularity.
And to see on what spot is YGO.
I kinda agree with almost every top comment.
I never heard of Vampires. That games feels... old. and I just...???
what is this doing on a 3rd place?
At least thanks to this list I know now more about this "Vanguard" anime so that is a plus...
Vanguard 7th??? YUGIOH 4th?? And who's heard of that vampire struggle sh*t! It should be:
1. Magic: The Gathering
4. Cardfight!! Vanguard
5. Force of Will (Only other one I've heard of other than Chaotic and Dueal Master.)
Seriously. Vampire struggle. What the actual F.
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Whats wrong with people under the comment section? I play Yu-Gi-Oh myself and I am fine with it being at Nr. 4 as its a fun card game but sometimes its a very broken card game. Doesnt mean its bad it just means that Nr. 4 is very justifiable.
i completely fucking hate these guys. they trough together some fucking random list without knowing anything about the games. I mean in vanguard he said "the person who TAKES TO MUCH DAMAGE LOOSES" are you fucking series. They could of at least found put how much damage you need to do to win (its 6 damage to win btw)
also duel masters was created by the creators of mtg and was made just for japan which is why it's so similiar it just failed in america because mtg is more popular but in japan duel masters is more popular then mtg, 2nd most popular tcg in japan but yugioh first bit y'all know nothin' about yugioh except the anime which they didn't even have rules for until season 2 and they just kept on breaking them
bruh pokemon tcg is garbage so slow compared to yugioh, vanguard, mtg... it's just some 6 yr old game where 6 yr olds just throw ex's and arceus's in there decks I don't get why its so good yugioh should've been at least 2nd and vanguard 3rd or 4th mtg makes sense
1) Magic: the Gathering & Yu-Gi-Oh! (tie; alternate one or the other as either #1 or #2 based on your personal preference)
4 and below) Everything else based on whatever ridiculous criteria these people are using...
This list was garbage...
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