Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Tag Force 6

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Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Tag Force 6
Box art
Names
EnglishYu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Tag Force 6
Development
PlatformPSP
DeveloperKonami
PublisherKonami
Release dates
JapaneseSeptember 22, 2011
Series
SeriesTag Force
Previous5D's Tag Force 5
Links

Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Tag Force 6 is the sixth installment of the Tag Force video game series, and the third and last Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Tag Force game.

Features[edit]

Rules[edit]

System[edit]

  • Feature utilizing existing Tag Force 5 data: Inherit Player's Name and your Deck Recipes, 2000 DP x Player's Duelist Level as bonus, and 1 copy of all your TF5 cards that had reached the limit (9 copies).

UMD recognition[edit]

By using game's UMD Recognition feature with the previous Tag Force games the following can be unlocked:

Cards[edit]

Starter Decks[edit]

The player begins the game with 3 pre-built Decks.

Anime-exclusive cards[edit]

Many new anime-exclusive cards were released in Tag Force 6. Anime exclusives from the first five games are also present in-game, but they are not listed here.

Bolded cards have become printed in the OCG after this game was released.

Downloadable content[edit]

Characters[edit]

The game features mostly the same characters as Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Tag Force 5.

Duelists[edit]

Characters
First Tier
  • 005 Leo (Normal/Duel Academy)
  • 006 Luna (Normal/Duel Academy)
  • 007 Bruno (Bruno/Vizor/Antinomy)
Second Tier
  • 023 Primo (Scarred/Normal)
Third Tier

Non-duelist[edit]

  • Martha is able to reset a character's hearts so the player can re-view their storyline, or to change them into an alternate character (like Duel Academy Akiza), and also allow you to edit your Partner's Deck before you have earned the right to do it by paying 10,000 DP.
  • Blister is able to give the player information on where main characters are for several days, as well as letting the player put a tracer on a minor duelist character, so he can find them in the city to partner up with them.
  • Stephanie gives the player a drink at "Cafe la Geen" that sometimes pleases his partner and increases his hearts. She blushes whenever the player visits while partnered with Jack.
  • Zora will randomly give you something she found, usually an item or 200 DP, sometimes telling them to use it to help Yusei.
  • The MC is randomly hiding in one area on the map, and changes location constantly. If you manage to find him, he can give you a prize of rare cards, a lot of DP, gift items, or increase a partner's Heart meter.


Character storylines[edit]

Tier 1 characters[edit]

Yusei Fudo

Jack Atlas

Crow Hogan

Akiza Izinski

Duel Academy Akiza Izinski

  • First heart: The player and Akiza Tag Duel against Rayna and Reyna.
  • Second heart: The player and Akiza Tag Duel against Yuma and Ida.
  • Third heart: The player and Akiza Tag Duel against Tasha and Cherry.
  • Fourth heart: The player and Akiza Tag Duel against Naomi and Bright.

Leo

Duel Academy Leo

Luna

Duel Academy Luna

Bruno

Vizor

  • First heart: The player and Vizor Tag Duel against two Ghosts imitating Wade and Dean.
  • Second heart: The player and Vizor Tag Duel against Primo and Lester.
  • Third heart: The player and Vizor Tag Duel against Jack Atlas and Dragan.
  • Fourth heart: The player Duels against Vizor, as Antinomy.

Tetsu Trudge

Jean

Taro Yamashita

Dragan

Broder

Halldor

Sherry LeBlanc

Aporia

Z-one

Rex Goodwin

Rally Dawson

Tier 2 characters[edit]

Andre

Breo

Yoshizo Hayashi

Jinbei Tanigawa

Primo

Lester

Jakob

Mina Simington

Lazar

Carly Carmine

Dark Signer Carly Carmine

Misty Tredwell

Dark Signer Misty Tredwell

Kalin Kessler

Enforcer Kalin Kessler

Dark Signer Kalin Kessler

Greiger

Dark Signer Greiger

Devack

Roman Goodwin

Tier 3 characters[edit]

Special ending scenes[edit]

Besides the ending picture unlocked for finishing any given storyline, there are 3 pictures in the Photo Gallery that have special unlocking requirements.

  • The Legendary Team 5D's (伝説でんせつのチーム・5D’sファイブディーズ, Densetsu no Chīmu Faibudīzu): finish the normal storyline of each member of Team 5D's.
  • By Your Side (きみのそばで, Kimi no Soba de) : finish every storyline for each Tier 1 and Tier 2 character.
  • TAG FORCE FOREVER (TAG FORCE FOREVER, Taggu Fōsu Fōevā): finish every storyline for every character.

Bonuses[edit]

  • 001 - Clear Bonus - 8 DP x number of character storylines finished
  • 002 - Level Bonus - 4 DP x player level
  • 003 - Challenge Bonus - 4 DP x each Challenge completed in the save file
  • 004 - Lose - 10 DP if the player loses the duel
  • 005 - Draw Game Bonus - 50 DP if the duel ends in a draw
  • 006 - Turn Bonus - 2 DP per turn
  • 007 - Tag Duel Victory Bonus - 200 DP if the player's team wins a Tag Duel
  • 008 - Network Duel Victory Bonus
  • 009 - Match Game Bonus - 50 DP
  • 010 - Level Up Bonus - 500 DP when the player's Duelist Level goes up
  • 011 - Duelist Bonus - 100 DP x opponent's Deck Level. In case of a Tag Duel, both opponents' Deck Levels are added up, then they are multiplied by 100, and the result is then divided by 2.
  • 012 - Exodia Finish Bonus - 100 DP if the player wins with the effect of "Exodia the Forbidden One"
  • 013 - Destiny Board Finish Bonus - 200 DP if the player wins with the effect of "Destiny Board"
  • 014 - No More Cards Bonus - 50 DP if the player wins when the opponent has to draw cards but they have no cards in their Main Deck
  • 015 - Final Countdown Finish Bonus - 100 DP if the player wins with the effect of "Final Countdown"
  • 016 - Last Turn Finish Bonus - 100 DP if the player wins with the effect of "Last Turn"
  • 017 - Vennominaga Finish Bonus - 100 DP if the player wins with the effect of "Vennominaga the Deity of Poisonous Snakes"
  • 018 - Exodius Finish Bonus - 100 DP if the player wins with the effect of "Exodius the Ultimate Forbidden Lord"
  • 019 - Quick Finish Bonus - 20 DP if the player wins in 5 or less turns
  • 020 - Reversal Finish Bonus - 20 DP if the player wins during a turn that started with the opponent having more Life Points than the player
  • 021 - Opponent's Turn Finish Bonus - 50 DP if the player wins during the opponent's turn
  • 022 - Partner Victory Bonus - 100 DP if the player's partner wins a Tag Duel
  • 023 - Low LP Bonus - 50 DP if the player wins a duel with 1000 or less Life Points left
  • 024 - Extremely Low LP Bonus - 200 DP if the player wins a duel with 100 or less Life Points left
  • 025 - No Damage Bonus - 50 DP if the player wins a duel without losing any Life Points
  • 026 - Over 20,000 LP Bonus - 50 DP if the player wins a duel in which they had 20,000 or more Life Points at any point
  • 027 - Konami Bonus - 573 DP if the player wins a duel with exactly 5730 Life Points left
  • 028 - Low Deck Bonus - 50 DP if the player wins a duel with 5 or less cards left in the Main Deck
  • 029 - Extremely Low Deck Bonus - 200 DP if the player wins a duel with no cards left in the Main Deck
  • 030 - Spell Card Bonus - Activate any number of Spell Cards - 2 DP x the amount of times the player activated Spell Cards
  • 031 - Trap Card Bonus - Activate 10 or more Trap Cards - 2 DP x the amount of times the player activated Trap Cards
  • 032 - No Spell Cards Bonus - 150 DP if the player wins a duel without activating any Spell Cards
  • 033 - No Trap Cards Bonus - 150 DP if the player wins a duel without activating any Trap Cards
  • 034 - Fusion Summon Bonus - 10 DP x number of times the player Fusion Summoned
  • 035 - Ritual Summon Bonus - 50 DP x number of times the player Ritual Summoned
  • 036 - Tribute Summon Bonus - 10 DP x number of times the player Tribute Summoned
  • 037 - Synchro Summon Bonus - 1 DP x number of times the player Synchro Summoned
  • 038 - Xyz Summon Bonus - 1 DP x number of times the player Xyz Summoned
  • 039 - No Special Summon Bonus - 200 DP if the player wins a duel without performing Special Summons
  • 040 - Chain Bonus - Perform a Chain with 3 or more Chain Links - 2 DP x the player's highest Chain Link
  • 041 - Highest Attack Bonus - (Highest ATK on the player's field during the duel / 50) DP, rounded down
  • 042 - Highest Damage Bonus - Inflict 3000 or more damage to your opponent with a single attack or card effect - (Highest damage / 250 ) DP, rounded down
  • 043 - LP Differential Bonus - (Largest difference between both Life Point totals while the player's Life Points were lower / 250) DP, rounded down
  • 044 - Highest Reflected Damage Bonus - Inflict 3000 or more battle damage to your opponent as a result of their own attacks - (Highest reflected damage / 50) DP, rounded down
  • 045 - Exactly 0 LP Bonus - 200 DP if the player wins a duel by inflicting damage that reduces the opponent's Life Points exactly to 0
  • 046 - Battle Damage Only Bonus - 30 DP if the player wins without inflicting effect damage
  • 047 - Effect Damage Only Bonus - 60 DP if the player wins without inflicting battle damage
  • 048 - First Blood Bonus - 10 DP if the player was the first one to inflict damage during this duel
  • 049 - Destroy in Battle Bonus - 8 DP x number of opponent's monsters that were destroyed by battle
  • 050 - Avenge Bonus - 8 DP x number of opponent's monsters that were destroyed by battle as a result of your opponent's attack
  • 051 - Concurrent Carnage Bonus - 10 DP x number of times a monster controlled by the player and a monster controlled by the opponent destroyed each other in battle at the same time
  • 052 - Destroy by Effect Bonus - 8 DP x number of opponent's cards that were destroyed by your card effects
  • 053 - Removed from Play Bonus - 8 DP x number of opponent's cards that were removed from play
  • 054 - Hand Destruction Bonus - 8 DP x number of opponent's cards that were discarded from their hand
  • 055 - Deck Destruction Bonus - 8 DP x number of opponent's cards that were discarded from their Deck
  • 056 - Return to Hand Bonus - 8 DP x number of opponent's cards that were returned from their field to the hand
  • 057 - Key Card Destruction Bonus - Destroy / remove from play / take control of the opponent's most important cards - 30 DP per card
  • 058 - Luck Bonus - Win multiple coin tosses and/or dice rolls in a row - 111 DP x highest streak
  • 059 - Spell Counter Bonus - 6 DP x number of Spell Counters generated
  • 060 - Union Bonus - 6 DP x number of times Union monsters succesfully Special Summoned themselves or equipped themselves to other monsters
  • 061 - Level Up Bonus - 6 DP x number of times "LV" monsters were Special Summoned by the effects of "LV" monsters
  • 062 - Placement Move Bonus - 6 DP x number of times cards were moved by effects such as "Senet Switch"
  • 063 - Gemini Bonus - 6 DP x number of times the player Gemini Summoned
  • 064 - Alien Bonus - 6 DP x number of times the player placed A-Counters on the field
  • 065 - Crystal Beast Bonus - 6 DP x number of times the player placed "Crystal Beast" monsters in their Spell/Trap Zone
  • 066 - Same Card Bonus - 50 DP if the player wins a duel in which they controlled 3 non-Token cards with the same name
  • 067 - All Monster Card Zone Bonus - 100 DP if the player's Monster Zones were all occupied by monsters
  • 068 - No Monster Card Zone Bonus - 200 DP if all of the opponent's Monster Zones were unusable
  • 069 - Used Entire Spell & Trap Card Zone Bonus - 100 DP if the player's Spell/Trap Zones were all occupied
  • 070 - Graveyard Activation Bonus - 6 DP x number of times a card effect was activated in the player's Graveyard
  • 071 - New Bonus - 50 DP when the player obtains a bonus that had not been obtained before

Challenge list[edit]

Below is a list of the challenges in the game

Locations[edit]

Leo and Luna's PenthouseThe Gear MillFountain PlazaPublic Security BureauCentral PlazaCarly's ApartmentDuel AcademyDowntown DistrictStadiumHospitalHighway UnderpassHighway13Satellite SquareMartha's PlaceShorelineJunk MarketThe Frontier19Combat LaneOuter RimDivine Templeworld map
Click on a location to view the area's article.

Locations in the game on the map include:

Credits[edit]

Operation Staff
Original character and monster design
  • Kazuki Takahashi
Producer
  • Takeshi Kameta
Direction and game design
  • Koji Yamamoto
Konami Unit
Directional assistant
  • Tsuyoshi Shimizu
Duel Programming
  • Hideyuki Takahashi
  • Akihiro Yamane
Chief Designer
  • Yasuhiko Tanaka
Designer
  • Yuki Kato
  • Hideo Miyashita
Design Assistant
  • Yasunori Kobayashi
  • Natsuyo Tanaka
  • Osamu Fukushima
  • Eiichi Ito
Sound producer
  • Ayumi Kashizaki
Sound director
  • Tomoaki Hirono
Music
  • Sota Fujimori
  • Tomoaki Hirono
  • Atsushi Sato
SFX
  • Tomoharu Nakano
Audio
  • Atsushi Sato
  • Kiyoko Kumasaka
  • Tomoharu Nakano
Sound programmer
  • AKT
Deck configuration
  • Yasuto Suzuki
  • Yuji Kubo
  • Satoshi Yoshimitsu
  • Monitoring group
Package and manual design
  • Toru Murakami
Web pages creation
  • Hiroaki Takahashi
  • Koji Hatano
QA testing
  • Monitoring group
Tenky Unit
Development producer
  • Nobuko Narita
Development director
  • Hiroshi Teshima
Main programming
  • Kozo Nishino
Sub programming
  • Takuya Ito
  • Tetsutaro Hoshino
Technical director
  • Toshiyuki Hashitani
Scenario
  • Hidekazu Kurihara
  • Naoto Kasuga
  • Seri Nirasawa
  • Heiza Niishima
Scenario cooperation
  • Akiyoshi Ohta
3D design director
  • Takashi Nakamoto
3D character development
  • Takashi Nakamoto
  • Ryotarou Aratake
  • Shinya Igusa
  • Mai Sugawara
  • Nanami Kuramochi
  • Yoshifumi Uehiro
Animation
  • Daisuke Shimizu
  • Nobuyuki Maruyama
  • Shinya Igusa
  • Yoshifumi Uehiro
Background modeling
  • Ryo Mizuno
2D character development
  • Toshiyuki Kadoi
System menu creation
  • Toshiyuki Kadoi
  • Ryo Mizuno
Background design
  • Kazushige Kanehira
Background art production
  • Kuniaki Nemoto
  • Kazuhiro Inoue
Background cooperation
  • Yoji Nakaza
Deck configuration
  • Naoto Kazuga
3D character cooperation
  • Takashi Kitada
Voice actors
Game original characters
  • Keiko Utsumi
  • Suzune Okabe
  • Rion Kako
  • Azusa Kataoka
  • Aki Kanada
  • Mika Sakenobe
  • Mayumi Tsuchiya
  • Akira Nakagawa
  • Rie Nakagawa
  • Noriko Namini
  • Rumine Fukuzawa
  • Hisato Fukuda
  • Mai Fujita
  • Shinobu Matsumoto
  • Risa Mizuno
  • Koichi Yokota
  • Maya Yoshioka
FLAME Unit
CGI Producer
  • Ken Obayashi
CGI Director
  • Nobuhiro Yamazaki
CGI Design
  • Shigeo Jahana
  • Hideki Sano
  • Shinya Igusa
  • Hideki Iwata
  • Tomokazu Nishikata
  • Yosuke Matsushita
Production Assistant
  • Kazuya Kamaki
Development cooperation
  • Tenky co. ltd
  • Flame inc
  • Hiyori inc
  • WinBell
  • Kusanagi co. ltd
Casting
  • Nelke Planning inc
  • Sawako Todoroki
Special thanks
Special thanks
  • Katsuhiro Nakayama
  • Motohiro Watanabe
  • Toshiyuki Yagashiro
  • KENYoU
  • Satoshi Omotani
  • Yohei Takada
  • Yasuhisa Ito
  • Shuichi Kobori
  • Miki Murai
  • Rie Yamatani
  • Toshiyuki Miyamoto
Cooperating with
  • Weekly Shonen Jump Editorial Department
  • V-Jump Editorial Department
Executive production
  • Shinji Enomoto
Presented by
  • Konami Digital Entertainment

Videos[edit]

Opening[edit]

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Ending[edit]

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Bugs[edit]

  • When a card that allows you to reveal cards from your deck, such as "Pot of Duality" or "Morphtronic Celfon", is activated, the effect will instead show a random card from the Deck on the center of the screen and reveal it 3 times. This is a display issue only, and the effect resolves normally. The correct cards are shown on top of the Deck.
  • The summon and attack animations for "T.G. Blade Blaster" will not register in the Photo Gallery.
  • The effect of "T.G. Recipro Dragonfly" will not Special Summon the Synchro Monsters from the Graveyard if you have Normal Summoned any monsters during the turn its effect was activated. Its effect also allows you to send non-Synchro "T.G." monsters to your Graveyard.
  • Every now and then, Yusei's AI (while it controls "Stardust Dragon") will Special Summon "Level Eater" by decreasing the Level of "Stardust Dragon" by 1, then tune the "Stardust Dragon" with a Level 1 Tuner monster for another "Stardust Dragon".

Promotional cards[edit]

Guide book promotional cards[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • In the game, the "Meklord Emperor" monsters are available in single card form, as they were released in the OCG and TCG. However, their parts and cores are still in the game as well, the same as Tag Force 5 (which calls forth all 5 pieces of the first three Meklord Emperor monsters).
  • If the player waits on the title screen without pressing any buttons, a demo duel between two random Signers, in which their Marks of the Dragon will be shown.
  • A digital version of the game launched on the PlayStation Store in Japan on June 26, 2013. It can be played on PSP and PS Vita.
  • This was the first Tag Force game to not see any international release.
  • Konami discontinued add-on support and ended the availability of the PlayStation Store version on March 31, 2017.

External links[edit]