Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force 3

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Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force 3
English Box cover
English Box cover
EnglishYu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force 3
Release dates
JapaneseNovember 27, 2008
EuropeanNovember 28, 2008
AustralianFebruary 12, 2009
SeriesTag Force
PreviousGX Tag Force 2
Next5D's Tag Force 4

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force 3 is the third game in the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tag Force series. It is set in Duel Academy during the fourth season of the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX anime, and is the last installment of the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force series.


  • The game includes a total of 3501 cards, including cards from every set up to Crossroads of Chaos. Also included are cards from the first two Duel Terminal sets, as well as any Starter and Structure Decks that were released prior to July 2008.
  • Includes new Synchro Monsters from Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's.
  • Uses the Yu-Gi-Oh! Official Card Game Master Rules, and it uses an altered form of the March 2008 Banlist by default.
  • Retains the Destiny Draw system from Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force 2.
  • In addition to retaining the Free Mini Games from Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force 2, a new Mini Game ("Ball or Bread") was added.
  • UMD Recognition with the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force 2 and Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force UMD will unlock new cards, special Booster Packs, a new storyline, and the ability to partner with Bastion Misawa from the very beginning of the game. However, if you get a very high score at the exam, you can unlock a pack from the shop, even one of the ones unlockable with UMD Recognition.
  • Unlike previous games in the Tag Force series, this game's Story Mode only has four Heart Events, not eight. However, every Tier 1 character now has at least 2 different storylines to compensate.
  • Some Monsters have also received Summon and Attack animations including "Blue-Eyes White Dragon", "Elemental Hero Bladedge" and "Light and Darkness Dragon".
  • A Photo Gallery feature has been added, allowing the player to view all pictures of the characters' Story Endings, pictures from the previous Yu-Gi-Oh! Tag Force installments and watch any videos of Monsters' Summon and Attack animations they have seen during gameplay.

Starting Deck[edit]

Anime original cards[edit]

As with all the other Tag Force games, some anime-original cards are present in the game. Anime originals from the previous two games are also present, but not listed here.

Bolded cards have been printed in the OCG since this videogame was released.

Downloadable content[edit]

Downloadable cards[edit]

The following cards were available for download since their respective listed dates. "Toon Kingdom" and "Miracle Contact" were only available through download.

Downloadable recipes[edit]

There were two downloadable Deck Recipes for this game, which are no longer available to obtain.

  • The first recipe was available since February 5, 2009, and it is based on Georg's Decks.
  • The second recipe was made available in April 30th, 2009.

Card converter[edit]


When beginning a new save file, the player can only team up with Tier 1 characters. However, Bastion cannot be partnered without doing UMD Recognition with Tag Force or defeating him in duels at least 10 times.

Unlike the previous game, partnering with any alternative version of the various characters has them using different Decks with different cards designated as favorites.

First Tier
  • 005 Blair Flannigan (Slifer Red) - (Obelisk Blue) - (Disguised) - (Undisguised)
Third Tier

Character storylines[edit]

Jaden's (Fused with Yubel or Neo Jaden) Story

  • First Heart: Jaden has a flashback of him being the Supreme King, with you facing him in a Single Duel
  • Second Heart: Jaden has another flashback in which you duel with Jaden against Adrian Gecko and Yubel.
  • Third Heart: As Jaden attempts to leave the Academy, Sheppard tells him and you to meet someone at the Volcano. Once there you discover Sartorius, but the meeting is interrupted by Trueman.
  • Fourth Heart: After a conversation with Jesse at the Harbor, you go to the main gate with him and Jaden as Atticus is defeated by Fujiwara in a duel. You and Jaden have to team up and take on both Fujiwara and a Nightshroud-possessed Atticus.

Jaden's (Normal) Story

  • First Heart: Syrus plans to have a special class with the Slifer Red students and Bastion Misawa from Ra Yellow being their teacher. Syrus thinks he's going to repeat a year so he duels you and Jaden along with KENYoU, with Jaden's and the player's graduations on the line.
  • Second Heart: The professors do not want the third year students to graduate, so you and Jaden duel Wade and Dean with your graduation on the line.
  • Third Heart: Jaden has a flashback of meeting Damon when Damon stole the eggwiches during the first year. Damon challenges you to a single duel to test his drawing ability.
  • Fourth Heart: The professors are still against the graduation, especially Dr. Crowler. You and Jaden must duel Blair and Hassleberry with all of the students' graduation on the line.

Syrus' Story (Obelisk Blue) Syrus in this adventure focuses more upon dueling other students than his friends, reminding everyone about the need to respect the opponent, as Zane taught him.

  • First Heart: Syrus interrupts a duel between two Slifer Red students (Nathan and Taku) and two Obelisk Blue students. You and Syrus duel against the Slifers.
  • Second Heart: Syrus interrupts a meeting between Jasmine and Mindy and two Obelisk Blue students - Seydina and Pablo. You and Syrus then duel the Obelisk Blue students.
  • Third Heart: Syrus remembers the duel with the Psycho Style duelist Makoto Inotsume. Then you meet two Obelisk Blue students at the Cliff, Dante and Brown, who also use Psycho Style Decks and duel them.
  • Fourth Heart: At the Duel Field you and Syrus tag duel against Jaden and Dark Zane in the graduation duel.

Syrus' Story (Ra Yellow and Slifer Red) This Syrus, in contrast to the one above, is one that never grew as a duelist or as a person; he lacks confidence, and has no respect either for himself or for others as duelists, childishly demanding the other party buying sandwiches for him and hiding behind the player character like a shield.

  • First Heart: You and Syrus tag-duel against Chazz and Jesse.
  • Second Heart: You and Syrus tag-duel against Seydina and Pablo.
  • Third Heart: You and Syrus tag-duel against Hassleberry and Chumley.
  • Fourth Heart: At the Duel Field you and Syrus tag duel against Jaden and Tyranno in the graduation duel.

Chazz' Story

  • First Heart: In the Slifer Red dorm's dining room someone has stolen Chazz' fried shrimp. Chazz will challenge Syrus and Jaden to a duel with your assistance.
  • Second Heart: Apparently someone has stolen Alexis' dress, prompting you and Chazz to challenge The Gambler and Sartorius to a tag-duel.
  • Third Heart: In Chancellor Sheppard's office during a conversation about the missing supply ship, Chazz challenges Aster and Jesse to a tag-duel with you as his partner.
  • Fourth Heart: Chazz believes he has discovered the thief's identity - Damon! However Damon's dueling partner Don Zaloog admits to being the real thief, prompting a tag duel with you and Chazz against Don Zaloog and Damon.

Chazz' Story (Obelisk Blue) This Chazz is who he was at the beginning of the first season — even more arrogant and elitist than usual. His goal throughout this adventure is to take over the school's administration and force out all underperforming students to make it an elite academy. It concludes with him successful, standing at the side of his two older brothers, while the rest of the campus despairs.

  • First Heart: You and Chazz tag-duel against Syrus and Chumley.
  • Second Heart: You and Chazz tag-duel against Bastion and Tyranno.
  • Third Heart: You and Chazz tag-duel against Alexis and Dr. Crowler.
  • Fourth Heart: You and Chazz tag-duel against Dark Zane and Aster.

Zane's (Underworld) Story

  • First Heart: You and Zane tag-duel against Jaden and Syrus at the Academy.
  • Second Heart: You and Zane tag-duel against Anca and Simon at the Beach.
  • Third Heart: You and Zane duel against Nightshroud and Alexis at the Volcano.
  • Fourth Heart: To graduate, you and Zane face off against Aster and his sidekick, Chazz.

Zane's (Obelisk Blue) Story

  • First Heart: Zane has a flashback about his best friend, Atticus, starting the Duel Academy's most handsome guy contest. Zane wants to cancel the contest so he duels Atticus and Mindy along with you in a tag duel.
  • Second Heart: Zane has a flashback again about Atticus causing him trouble when he wants Zane to accept the fact that Blair has feelings for him, so Atticus and Blair duels you and Zane in a tag duel.
  • Third Heart: As usual, Zane has a flashback about Atticus starting up a contest: "The search for Zane Truesdale's date". Zane is against it, so you and him duel Atticus and Jasmine in a tag duel.
  • Fourth Heart: You and Zane are tag dueling Atticus and Sarina for the graduation duel.

Blair's Story

  • First Heart: At the Obelisk Blue boys dorm Blair is after a "Fortune favor" from Sartorius, but first she must defeat Sartorius and Jesse in a tag-duel with your assistance.
  • Second Heart: Blair and you duel at the Harbor against Chazz and Alexis
  • Third Heart: Blair duels with you against Tyranno and Bastion in order to claim their fish dinner as a present for a hungry Jaden.
  • Fourth Heart: Atticus and Jaden duel against you and Blair at the Harbour's lighthouse after Blair invites Jaden there to tell him something, but is interrupted by Atticus.

Blair's Story (Obelisk Blue)

  • First Heart: At the Obelisk Blue Boys Dorm Blair is after a yearbook photo from Alexis and Tyranno, but first she agrees to duel them in a Tag Duel with your assistance, because of nostalgia.
  • Second Heart: Blair duels with you against Chazz and Bastion in order to take a picture of the "future Pro Duelist". After the duel is over, she is sad that they fought each other so much.
  • Third Heart: Blair and you duel at the Obelisk Blue dorm against Obelisk Blue Zane and Atticus.
  • Fourth Heart: Tyranno and Jaden duel against you and Blair at the Duel Field to graduate you. After this, Blair talks to you at the Obelisk Blue Girls Dorm.

Blair's Story (Undisguised)

  • First Heart: Zane is back! So in search of him, the "Maiden in love" duels two Obelisk students - Pablo and Bivin - in order to enter the Blue dorm.
  • Second Heart: Blair and you duel at the Harbor against Alexis and Jaden out of jealousy.
  • Third Heart: Defeat Crowler and Georg to prove Blair worthy of being in Duel Academy.
  • Fourth Heart: Duel of the Pros: Aster and Jesse vs. Blair and you.

Blair's Story (Disguised)

  • First Heart: Surprise, she's a girl. But to prevent Chazz from finding out, you have to duel him and Syrus.
  • Second Heart: Now it is Jaden who wants to go to the pool with Blair. As her knight, you battle him and Tyranno to help her out.
  • Third Heart: You have to duel Professor Wade to give her time to hide her girlish things.
  • Fourth Heart: Great duel against Crowler and Wade to prevent them from lifting your hats in public.

Alexis' Story

  • First Heart: Mindy and Jasmine approach Alexis and ask for a tag-duel with her and you for the graduation test.
  • Second Heart: Chazz tells Alexis that he has defeated Aster and will going to a pro league tournament. Chazz asks you and Alexis to duel them both.
  • Third Heart: There is a Graduation Test at the Duel Field and Atticus and Jaden are your opponents.
  • Fourth Heart: Alexis will ask you to come to the lighthouse at the Harbor and then challenge you to a duel. After the duel she will tell you something important.

Alexis' Story (Angry) -- This Alexis is much more hostile in general, and never fails to mention how she thinks the player character is a slacker at every opportunity, even when complimenting him. Her Deck is based around her Society of Light version's Ice Deck, and her goal is to shape up the player character and get rid of all the "slackers" at the school.

  • First Heart: Atticus is at the root of the "slacker problem" in Duel Academy, and Alexis plans to shape him up. First, you have to beat his right wing: Jasmine and Mindy.
  • Second Heart: Now it's time for his left wing: You duel Fonda Fontaine, whose partner is a passerby Blair.
  • Third Heart: The root is the Slifer Red dorm! So you duel Jaden and Tyranno to make Jaden leave.
  • Fourth Heart: The final fight: You duel Atticus and Chazz, with Atticus's future on the line.

Bastion's Story

  • First Heart: You and Bastion tag-duel against Jim and Tyranno.
  • Second Heart: You and Bastion tag-duel against two Jinzos from the different dimension.
  • Third Heart: You and Bastion tag-duel against Trueman.
  • Fourth Heart: You and Bastion tag-duel against Rune and Ray in the exam duel.

Bastion concludes the adventure with the statement that although he is often forgotten by others, he will continue to fight for what is right, and be an "invisible protector" of the world.

Bastion's Story (Excited) This adventure is a parody of Neo-Jaden's story arc above, with Bastion proclaiming himself to be a defender of truth and justice, hounded by fans at all times (in contrast to how things usually are, where most people keep forgetting he's there). In fact, at one point he expresses a wish that some people would forget him. The closing illustration for this adventure parodies Jaden's as well, with Bastion's Decks for this storyline being Fusion-based Elemental Heroes and builds focusing entirely on the constant and easy summoning of "Elemental Hero Neos".

  • First Heart: Bastion has a flashback to his final duel against Kagemaru at the Special Finals Arena, parodying the final event in the first game. You and Bastion Tag Duel against Kagemaru and Titan.
  • Second Heart: Bastion has a flashback where he faces Sartorius and Sarina, parodying Aster's last story event in the previous game.
  • Third Heart: You and Bastion Tag Duel against Professor Viper and Axel, parodying Jesse's last event in the previous game.
  • Fourth Heart: The last storypart is the same like Jaden's: You and Bastion Tag Duel against Fujiwara and Nightshroud.

Second & Third Tier Story

  • First Heart: You and your partner tag-duel against Tyranno and Crowler. If you tag with Tyranno or Crowler, you'll fight against Andrea and Lily.
  • Second Heart: You and your partner tag-duel against Yasmin and Atticus (Hawaiian shirt). If you tag with Atticus (in any form), you'll fight against Yasmin and Tania. If you tag with Yasmin, you'll fight against Atticus (Hawaiian shirt) and Tania.
  • Third Heart: You and your partner against Camula and Jesse. If you tag with Jesse, you'll fight against Camula and Atticus (Hawaiian shirt). If you tag with Camula, you'll fight against Atticus (Hawaiian shirt) and Jesse.
  • Fourth Heart: You and your partner duel against Amnael and Adrian. If you tag with Adrian, you'll fight against Amnael and Aster. If you tag with Professor Banner or Amnael, you'll fight against Adrian and Jaden.

Ending pictures[edit]

These pictures are registered in the photo gallery by finishing their corresponding story. The pictures for Tier 2 and Tier 3 characters are associated to several characters, and they only need the player to finish 1 of its characters' stories to be unlocked.

The ending pictures for Tier 2 and Tier 3 characters are signed in the Japanese version.

Tier 1 characters[edit]

  • Jaden Yuki
  • Syrus Truesdale
  • Chazz Princeton
  • Zane Truesdale
  • Blair Flannigan
  • Alexis Rhodes
  • Bastion Misawa

Tier 2 characters[edit]

  • Vellian Crowler, Fonda Fontaine, Lyman Banner, Vice-Chancellor Bonaparte and Thelonious Viper
  • Amnael, Titan, Don Zaloog, Camula, Tania, Abidos the Third, Nightshroud and Kagemaru
  • Jesse Anderson, Jim Crocodile Cook, Adrian Gecko, Axel Brodie, Yubel, Trueman and Yusuke Fujiwara
  • Atticus Rhodes, Chumley Huffington, Damon, Jasmine, Mindy and Tyranno Hassleberry
  • Sadie, Dorothy, Slade Princeton, Jagger Princeton, Para and Dox
  • Aster Phoenix, Sartorius, Sarina, Dark Magician Girl, Jinzo, Yasmin and The Gambler

Tier 3 characters[edit]

  • Teachers
  • Slifer Red
  • Ra Yellow
  • Obelisk Blue Boys
  • Obelisk Blue Girls
  • Umiuma.Corp and Duel Academia



  • 01. Clear Bonus - 2 DP x number of character storylines finished
  • 02. Level Bonus - 2 DP x player level
  • 03. Challenge Bonus - 2 DP x each Challenge completed in the save file
  • 04. Lose - 10 DP
  • 05. Draw Game Bonus - End the duel in a draw - 50 DP
  • 06. Turn Bonus - 2 DP per turn if you win the duel, 1 DP per turn otherwise
  • 07. Tag Duel Victory Bonus - Win a Tag Duel - 50 DP
  • 08. Network Duel Victory Bonus - Win against another player - 50 DP
  • 09. Match Game Bonus - Win a Match - 50 DP
  • 10. Level Up Bonus - Given when you level up - 400 DP
  • 11. Duelist Bonus - Depends on opponent's Deck Level - 90 DP per Deck Level
  • 12. No More Cards Bonus - Win when opponent must draw but has no more cards in the Deck - 20 DP
  • 13. Quick Finish Bonus - Win within 5 Turns - 10 DP
  • 14. Reversal Finish Bonus - Win within a turn where you started with lower LP than the opponent - 20 DP
  • 15. Opponent's Turn Finish Bonus - Win during opponent's turn - 20 DP
  • 16..Partner Victory Bonus - Win during your partner's turn in a Tag Duel - 10 DP
  • 17. Low LP Bonus - Win when your LP is below 1000 - 20 DP
  • 18. Extremely Low LP Bonus - Win when your LP is below 100 - 100 DP
  • 19. LP Keep Bonus - Win without taking any damage - 10 DP
  • 20. Over 20,000 LP Bonus - Win with LP over 20,000 - 100 DP
  • 21. Konami Bonus - Win while having 5730 LP - 573DP
  • 22. Low Deck Bonus - Win with less than 10 cards left in the Main Deck - 20 DP
  • 23. Extremely Low Deck Bonus - Win with no more cards in the Main Deck - 100 DP
  • 24. Spell Card Bonus - Win a Duel in which you activated Spell Cards 10 or more times - 2 DP per Spell
  • 25. Trap Card Bonus - Win a Duel in which you activated Trap Cards 10 or more times - 2 DP per Trap
  • 26. No Spell Cards Bonus - Win a Duel without activating any Spell Cards - 15 DP
  • 27. No Trap Cards Bonus - Win a Duel without activating any Trap Cards - 15 DP
  • 28. Fusion Summon Bonus - Win a Duel in which you performed a Fusion Summon - 4 DP per Fusion Summon
  • 29. Ritual Summon Bonus - Win a Duel in which you performed a Ritual Summon - 4 DP per Ritual Summon
  • 30. Tribute Summon Bonus - Win a Duel in which you performed a Tribute Summon - 4 DP per Tribute Summon
  • 31. No Special Summon Bonus - Win a Duel in which you did not perform any Special Summons - 10 DP
  • 32. Chain Bonus - Perform a Chain with at least 3 Chain Links - 2 DP per the highest Chain Link of that Chain
  • 33. Max ATK Bonus - Have a face-up monster with 3000 or more ATK on your side of the field - ( Highest ATK / 500 ) DP, rounded down
  • 34. Max Damage Bonus - Inflict 3000 or more battle damage to your opponent with a single attack - ( Highest damage / 250 ) DP, rounded down
  • 35. LP Differential Bonus - Win a duel in which the opponent had at least 5000 more Life Points than you did - (Largest LP difference / 250) DP, rounded down
  • 36. Max Reflected Damage Bonus - Inflict battle damage to your opponent as a result of their attack - 1 DP per 100 damage
  • 37. Exactly 0 LP Bonus - Win by inflicting damage equal to opponent's remaining LP - 10 DP
  • 38. Battle Damage only Bonus - Win without inflicting effect damage - 10 DP
  • 39. Effect Damage only Bonus - Win without inflicting battle damage - 30 DP
  • 40. Destroy in Battle Bonus - Destroy 10 or more cards through battle - 4 DP per card
  • 41. Destroy by Effect Bonus - Destroy 10 or more cards through effects - 4 DP per card
  • 42. Removed from Play Bonus - Remove 10 or more of your opponent's cards from play - 4 DP per card
  • 43. Hand Destruction Bonus - Discard 10 or more cards from your opponent's hand - 4 DP per card
  • 44. Deck Destruction Bonus - Discard 10 or more cards from your opponent's Deck - 4 DP per card
  • 45. Return to Hand Bonus - Return 10 or more cards from the field or Graveyard to the hands - 4 DP per card
  • 46. Luck Bonus - Win multiple coin tosses and/or dice rolls in a row - 2 DP per consecutive win
  • 47. Counter Bonus - Generate 5 or more Spell Counters - 4 DP per Spell Counter
  • 48. Union Bonus - Special Summon Union Monsters and/or equip them to other monsters via their effects - 6 DP per instance
  • 49. Same Card Bonus - Have 3 non-Token cards with the same name on your side of the field - 5 DP
  • 50. All Monster Card Zone Bonus - Occupy all Monster Zones on your side of the field - 10 DP
  • 51. No Monster Card Zone Bonus - Make all Monster Zones on your opponent's side of the field unusable - 60 DP
  • 52. Key card destruction Bonus - Destroy / remove from play / take control of the opponent's most important cards - 20 DP x card
  • 53. Exodia Finish Bonus - Won by the effect of "Exodia the Forbidden One" - 50 DP
  • 54. Destiny Board Finish Bonus - Won by the effect of "Destiny Board" - 100 DP
  • 55. Final Countdown Finish Bonus - Won by the effect of "Final Countdown" - 50 DP
  • 56. Last Turn Finish Bonus - Won by the effect of "Last Turn" - 50 DP
  • 57. Skull Servant Finish Bonus - Won by an attack from "Skull Servant" - 1 DP
  • 58. Summoned "Perfectly Ultimate Great Moth" - 30 DP
  • 59. Summoned "Wall Shadow" - 10 DP
  • 60. Summoned "Gate Guardian" - 30 DP
  • 61. Summoned "Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon" - 20 DP
  • 62. Summoned "Metalzoa" - 10 DP
  • 63. Summoned "Red-Eyes Black Metal Dragon" - 10 DP
  • 64. Summoned "Valkyrion the Magna Warrior" - 30 DP
  • 65. Summoned "Dark Sage" - 30 DP
  • 66. Summoned "XYZ-Dragon Cannon" - 20 DP
  • 67. Summoned "Exodia Necross" - 30 DP
  • 68. Summoned "Ojama King" - 20 DP
  • 69. Summoned "Mokey Mokey King" - 10 DP
  • 70. Summoned "Dark Dreadroute" - 20 DP
  • 71. Summoned "Chimeratech Overdragon" - 30 DP
  • 72. Used "Mega Ton Magical Cannon" - 10 DP
  • 73. Used "Yu-Jo Friendship" - 5 DP
  • 74. Used "Dark Scorpion Combination" - 10 DP
  • 75. Used "Ojama Delta Hurricane" - 10 DP
  • 76. Used "Blasting the Ruins" - 5 DP
  • 77. Used "The Law of the Normal" - 10 DP
  • 78. Used "Inferno Tempest" - 5 DP
  • 79. Used "Fuh-Rin-Ka-Zan" - 5 DP
  • 80. Used "Elemental Burst" - 20 DP
  • 81. Used "Dark Scorpion Retreat" - 30 DP
  • 82. Used "Illusion Gate" - 10 DP
  • 83. New Bonus - 30 DP


In the Japanese version, many of the characters are named after members of the production staff.

Operation Staff
Original character and monster design
  • Takeshi Kameta
Direction and game design
  • KENYoU
Konami Unit
Directional assistant
  • Tsuyoshi Shimizu
Duel Programming
  • Hideyuki Takahashi
  • Akihiro Yamane
Programming Assistant
  • Yohei Takada
Character icon creation
  • Yasuhiko Tanaka
Design Assistant
  • Yasunori Kobayashi
  • Osamu Fukushima
Sound producer
  • Ayumi Kashizaki
Sound director
  • Yashuhisa Ito
  • Sota Fujimori
  • Shuichi Kobori
  • Atsushi Sato
  • Toshihisa Furusawa
Music & SFX
  • Yasuhisa Ito
  • Atsushi Sato
  • Kiyoko Kumasaka
Sound programmer
  • Tsutomu Watanabe
Sound Engineer
  • Masayoshi Shimano
Deck configuration
  • Yasuto Suzuki
Package design
  • Norie Sasaki
Manual Design
  • Toru Murakami
Web pages creation
  • Hiroaki Takahashi
  • Koji Hatano
QA testing
  • KDE-J Monitoring group
Tenky Unit
Development producer
  • Nobuko Narita
Development director
  • Hiroshi Teshima
Main programming
  • Kozo Nishino
Sub programming
  • Kohji Andoh
Technical director
  • Toshiyuki Hashitani
3D design director
  • Takashi Nakamoto
3D character development
  • Takashi Nakamoto
  • Yohei Fujimoto
  • Takashi Maeda
  • Daisuke Shimizu
  • Jyunichi Inoue
  • Hiroko Yanagisawa
Background modeling
  • Takashi Nakamoto
  • Ryo Mizuno
System menu creation
  • Toshiyuki Kadoi
  • Ryo Mizuno
3D Character Cooperation
  • Digital Works Entertainment Co., Ltd.
  • Koichi Komizo
  • Argyle Co., Ltd.
  • Hideo Fuji
  • FLAME Co., Ltd.
  • Takashi Kitada
  • Kazuki Matsuo
  • Hideki Sano
  • Keiichi Nagao
Development cooperation
  • TENKY Co., Ltd.
  • Sawoko Todoroki
  • Syoko Nogami
  • Takako Tanaka
Special Thanks To
  • Nobuya Nakazato
  • Hideki Hayakawa
  • Katsuhiro Nakayama
  • Hiroki Muraoka
  • Akihiro Takatoku
  • Toshiyuki Yagashiro
  • Hiroyuki Kozuki
  • Aki Neo
  • Naruki Umemura
  • Yoshinori Kawamata
  • Takuya Hashimoto
  • Koji Aiba
  • Tomikazu Nakazawa
  • Mahoro Tsukamoto
  • Shinsuke Mukai
  • Yuji Nakamura
  • Yoshikata Noda
  • Yuji Kubo
  • Takeshi Watanabe
  • Takeshi Takano
  • Kohei Kawaji
  • Masakuni Nakazawa
  • Satoshi Yoshimitsu
  • Natsuyo Tanaka
  • Ryo Kato
  • Yukihiro Kojo
  • Yoshio Nishiguchi
  • Makoto Itakura
  • Hidehito Uchida
  • Toshihisa Furusawa
  • Masanori Akita
  • Maki Kirioka
  • Rie Yamatani
Executive production
  • Katsunori Okita
Presented by
  • Konami Digital Entertainment
Voice actors
Generic male students
  • Hiroshi Shimozaki
  • Mika Ishibashi
  • Kenji Iwama
  • Takahiro Hirano
  • Makoto Tomita
Generic female students
  • Mika Sakenobe
  • Asako Yoshida
  • Yuki Kugimiya
  • Yuki Nakao
  • Tomomi Yara
Generic teachers
  • Hidenobu Kiuchi


  • A minor lag seldom occurs during your opponent's turn. This could be due to the revisions that have been made with regards to the decision-making processes of the AI, coupled with the fact that the amount of memory stored on the game's UMD is a colossal amount due to the large card pool. However, this lag is enough to really disrupt the flow of the game to the point of almost irritating, like when there is a large number of cards on the field. Despite all the lags, the game can be played normally.
  • While the computer controls it, "F.G.D" makes all other Dragon-Type monsters on its controller's field able to inflict piercing damage against non-Token monsters, and the player cannot activate Spell or Trap Cards when they attack.
  • "Dragon's Rage" makes Dragon-Type monsters under the player's control able to inflict piercing damage by being Set on the field without having to be activated.
  • Selecting Jaden's alter ego The Supreme King in Story Mode makes the game crash, as the developers never got around to complete the game data that would make him accessible.
  • "Plant Food Chain's" second effect (Special Summon a Plant-Type monster from the Graveyard if the card is destroyed by a card effect when equipped) can be activated whether or not the Trap has been activated and equipped to an appropriate monster.
  • In events involving The Supreme King, he is often accidentally referred to as "the The Supreme King".
  • "No Entry!!" misspells the word "monsters" to "montsers".


  • The game does not currently have a release date in the US, the game is region-free and therefore any of the imports can be played on any PSP. It is for that reason that many people in the US have ordered the UK version. According to GameFAQs, the game was scheduled to be released in America in 2010, but it still has not been released.

Promotional cards[edit]

Some of the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tag Force 3 game boxes come with the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tag Force 2 Promos instead of the correct promo cards. To rectify the problem, players can contact Konami through their support centre. If you supply a scan of the game's proof of purchase and your address, Konami will then send you the correct cards free of charge. Click here to go directly to the support centre. Alternatively, players can contact their local Konami office or one of Konami's distribution partners via regular mail, enclosing a copy of the proof of purchase. Details of local Konami offices and their distribution partners can be found here and here. This option works for Customers who have imported the game as well providing the game was purchased from a reputable dealer and there is a digital copy of the proof of purchase (Paypal sales page, digital recept, etc.).



  • Although 4Kids Entertainment did not bring the 4th season of Yu-Gi-Oh! GX to Europe, this game was released there, even featuring a storyline based in that season.
  • A female player character seems to have been intended during development, but was ultimately scrapped.
The female and male player characters alongside Bastion, at the end of one of his storylines.

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