MTCG takes Yu Gi Oh a couple steps further by adding dimensions and affiliations. A countless number of various strategies can be applied to make way through the game's ten chapters. Each new chapter unlocks a new series of card packs and each chapter runs seven episodes deep. Aside from a meaty mulitplayer experience there is quite a bit of substance for the single player to experience especially as you'll be playing one-off battles to collect avatars and repeating episodes to earn points for buying new card packs. There are also many, short, puzzles to master involving taking down opponents in one turn. MTCG plays with the DS being held sideways, like a book, and can be adjusted for both right and left handed gamers. Although no mention of how many cards are in the game, after completing the first chapter I can say that there were alot in first series of packs and even though I purchased over twenty packs from the in-game Card Shop, I still obtain new ones. interface and presentation has been very well implimented as well and everything has a comic book look to it. My only disappointment is that, so far, there appears to be no card index that you can review to compare what you have to what you're missing out of the entire collection. I've played nearly all the card battlers available on the DS and this is, by far, my favourite.