Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy Of The Duelist Cheat Adds Infinite Life Points
(Last Updated On: December 12, 2016)

A new cheat has become available for Konami’s Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist, which recently released over on Steam for PC, after having a solid run on the Xbox One and PS4.

The cheat is made available from Mr. Antifun, who has a free trainer available for Other Ocean Interactive’s Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist.

The cheat allows you to retain infinite life points, even when it looks like your life points have drained. The trainer is available for the latest version of the Steam release of the card combat game, and they note on the forum board where you can download the cheat that even if your life points go down on the screen, your total points will never reach zero, so you won’t have to worry about ever losing.

Of course, it’s best advised not to use the cheat if you’re planning on going online. The first thing anyone is going to do when they go up against you is yell foul, and you’ll be VAC banned faster than the Democrats have been yelling “Russian Hacks!” at Wikileaks after losing the Presidential election.

The game itself has been receiving some fairly positive review scores from PC gamers, noting that it’s a proper port-over from the Xbox One and PS4. It appears some publishers have been getting better at releasing the PC ports over the years… it only took them the entirety of the seventh gen to get it right.

The base game of Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist features various story-oriented missions based around the threads introduced in the cartoon. This includes having access to more than 6,600 different cards to play, 90 characters to battle against and special new monster cards to collect.

If you’re interested in getting your hands on the game you can do so over on the Steam store for $19.99. Otherwise you can download the cheat trainer from over on the Mr. Antifun website.

(Main image courtesy of xSeoyeon)


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