Duel Masters Sempai Legends Platform Gameboy Advance Cheats, Tips & Codes|
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Duel Masters - Sempai Legends - Platform: Gameboy Advance
After you beat the game and defeating Mr. X, you will unlock the
"Duel Room" at the main menu.
In a trade shop, save and quit. Select "Continue" and in "Special"
you should have different cards.
When you first start the game and it is at your birthday, someone comes
in and steals your rare family heirloom card. You are then sent to find
the detective. Turn off the game and do not save. Start the game from
the "Continue" option and choose a different type of deck. Go to the
trade center and go to "Special". Your former "heirloom" card will be
up for battles. Do this with each of the different types of decks.
When you choose your deck, choose the Fire Deck. Later in the game you
will get Bollshack Dragon.
The best deck to use is the Light Civilization deck.
Save in the submarine:
You can only enter the submarine after you have accepted the last plaque.
Stand outside the submarine, press Start, highlight "Save" and walk into
the submarine. Press Start and notice that "Save" is black, and the pointer
is on it. Select "Save" to save your game. As long as you do not move the
pointer away from "Save", you can repeat this as many times as desired.
Trade shops are useful throughout the game. The best is the special section.
It has a lot of rare cards (for example, Metalwing, Skyterror, Bolshack,
Save when not available:
Walk or run to any tournament. Stand in front of it and save the game.
Then, enter the tournament door. Press Start and the arrow will be on save,
but it states that you cannot save. However, press A and it will save.
All Cheats inside from the first CHEATBOOK January 1998 until today
is a freeware "cheat-code tracker" that makes hints
Tricks and cheats (for PC, Walkthroughs, PSP, Sega, Wii, Playstation, Playstation
2, Playstation 3, Nintendo 64, DVD, Gameboy Advance, Gameboy Color,
N-Gage, Nintendo DS, XBox, XBox 360, Gamecube, Dreamcast, Super Nintendo) easily
accessible from one central location.