|Game Name:||Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Tag Force 4|
|Languages:||English, French, German, Italian, Spanish|
Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Tag Force 4 is a Card Game video game published by Konami released on January 22, 2010 for the PSP.
Review by DAReezan:
“Let’s rev it up!” with the first 5Ds game to enter the Tag Force series. Warning: Contrary to popular belief, you will not be playing Card Games on Motorcycles in this game. Sadly, there are no Speed Duels in Tag Force 4.
First things first: The Destiny Draw system.
The Destiny Draw system from Tag Force 2 and Tag Force 3 makes a comeback this time around along with a new Partner Synchro. Partner Synchro allows you to control which card your opponent uses but it’s used over the Destiny Draw.
Next: The cards.
Tag Force 4 contains 4063 cards. Among the always featured anime-only cards, Tag Force 4 features the Dark Tuner and Dark Synchro monsters. Same as the previous Tag Force games, cards can be bought in packs using DP earned from dueling various people throughout Neo-Domino City.
Third: The Characters:
Various characters from the series appear in Tag Force 4 along with the various extra characters that make up the Page 2 and Page 3 duelists.
The list of Page 1 Duelists include: Yusei Fudo, Jack Atlas, Akiza Izinski, Leo, Luna, Crow, Carly Carmine, Misty Tredwell, Kalin Kessler, Devack, Roman, Tetsu Trudge, Rally Dawson, and Mina Simington.
Duels work the same as always. Tag Force 4 uses the March 2009 banlist. Ace cards such as Red Dragon Archfiend, Stardust Dragon, and Junk Warrior all have their own animations when summoned and when attacking. The number of Deck Recipes you can save is now 200. Unlike Tag Force 2 and 3, you do not stay with your partner permanently, just interacting positively with them will earn hearts and partnerships only last until the end of the day.