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Old 12-13-2013
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First, you don't make experiences.

Second, new card types means more options, more options means more decisions being made in-game, and that means more outcomes based on thought. That's how trading card games work. Simply having a card doesn't mean you know how or when to use it. And no card is a solution. Every card has 1 function, and no single effect can beat an opponent alone. It's figuring out how to us these things together in your exact situation that wins you the game. The new features mean you're constantly thinking ahead, trying to figure out your opponent's next move, whereas in the past, Yu-Gi-Oh simply boiled down to "what is the strongest card I can play right now".
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