Men In Black was pretty bad, yet entertaining, but there are far worse than that. Back during the golden days of the Playstation 2, there were tons of licenses trying to make a go at video games. Much like Men In Black, several TV series also attempted the feat. Most of these games were aimed at younger audiences or at the hardcore fanatic. When I was roughly ten years old, I was a huge Yu-Gi-Oh! fan. I loved the show, and even more-so, the card game. I spent hours upon hours investing strategy for when I would go to tournaments with my friends. It was a hit nation-wide.
The Yu-Gi-Oh! brand would find itself into stores as a video game, known under the subtitle "The Duelists of the Roses". I had no clue what to expect. On one hand, I was a kid and thought, "ZOMG YU-GI-OH! VIDEO GAME!!!!" (Insert more druling) Then, on the other hand, I was like, "What? Roses? Whyyyyyyyyy????" None of it added up, and to this day, it still doesn't, and this game with ruin your love for the TV series and the card game, as it did with me. I played this game to death, loved it at times, and hated it at others! It took Yu-Gi-Oh!, and tried to make it into a medieval times kind of game, and the two are so far apart, it leaves this gaping hole that had no way of ever closing! Hence forth, you see where my interest in the entire Yu-Gi-Oh! brand simply died. Yep. Death incarnate.
If you were, or maybe still are, looking for a way to kill your obsession on this brand, play this game. It will do just that for you, and for me, I am forever grateful. This game attempts way to much, and if it had just been a simple card battle game minus the HORRIBLE looking monsters, I think fans would have appreciated it much much more.
#4: Yu-Gi-Oh! The Duelists of the Roses