It's no surprise that people love reading Japanese Mangas. They are different, engaging, and surprisingly very entertaining. Apart from that, people also love Anime series based on the Manga that they read. And today, we will discuss a game based on Manga, which was made into an anime series and then a video game. Yu-Gi-Oh!- Forbidden Memories. Yu-Gi-Oh! - Forbidden Memories is a video game that is somewhat based on the Manga and Anime series of the same name. It is a trading card game that you play with other characters that will appear on the screen.
The protagonist is called Atem, and he is the Prince of Ancient Egypt, and he wants to free Egypt from the rule of Heishin. Heishin is a priest who tries to attack Atem's palace and threatens to kill the king and queen if Atem doesn't hand over him a puzzle that has dark magic. Atem's mentor appears from behind and tells Atem to destroy the puzzle, which he did. Consequently, Atem and his mentor get locked inside the puzzle and wait for someone to rearrange it.
In modern times, the game occurs where Atem asks modern times protagonist Yugi Mutou to help him complete his quest and talk to him through puzzles. The protagonist rearranges the puzzle, and Atem comes out. Atem, in the end, duals with Heishin after collecting all cards but one which Heishin has. He defeats everyone and saves his kingdom.
Two players are playing with a pair of 40-card decks. Cards represent creatures, items, spells, and powers. Players can use creature cards to attack, supplementing them with magic and other cards so that they can decrease the opponent's life bar or supply of cards. Both the outcomes result in defeat. Players can use spells and magic as well throughout the game.
To play the platform video game Yu-Gi-Oh! - Forbidden Memories, you have to download and install a PSX emulator on your device. The PSX emulators which are great to run on your Windows PC are EPSXE that allows compatibility with many games, RetroArch and BizHawk. Retroarch works for Mac as well.