GameZone writes: "What's left to say about Yu-Gi-Oh! after all these years? The incredibly popular card franchise has been around since the mid-90's and hasn't lost any steam since its debut as a manga in the Shonen Jump magazine. Within the video game medium, the license has often been used as your standard card-battling affair, so there hasn't been any room for innovation or surprises for the series. But now, to break the mold of card battling video games, Konami has released a kart racing game around their important license."