This deck is all about the Extra Monster Zone – Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Structure Deck – Cyberse Link Review
The latest Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Structure Deck – Cyberse Link is Extra AF.To be honest, I am not cool enough to say that in person, but am nerdy enough to take a popular saying and make it make sense for Yu-Gi-Oh!. The Cyberse Link Structure Deck comes with 43 cards (38 Common, 2 Ultra Rare, and 3 Super Rare), but don’t let the “common” cards fool you. There are some heavy hitting cards in the Cyberse Link
The Cyberse Link deck has two main focuses, first it is Cyberse themed, and allows players to really play with all the possibilities of Cyberse monsters. From what I gather of the Cyberse monsters, a majority of them are focused on special summoning. Allowing you to really fill up the field and give you the materials you need to Link summon monsters into the Extra Zone. Which is the beginning of the second focus, extra summoning. The deck only comes with 3 cards for the extra deck, (Tri-Gate Wizardm Binary Sorceress, Encode Talker), but it is set up for all Extra summonings, minus maybe polymerization. Also, the 3 cards in the Extra Deck are all Link Monsters, and if you set all 3 of them up the right way it makes for one doozy of a combo. Anyway, there are a couple Tuner monsters in there for Synchro Summoning, and then I’m sure there are some Xyz monsters that can use Cyberse monsters. On top of its fast summoning focus, it comes with some pretty powerful cards like Cosmic Cyclone, Storming Mirror Force, and Gold Sarcophagus.
Extra is the best way for me to describe this deck. As of right now, I do not think there is a better way to enter the game and utilize the new Link Summoning Mechanic than the Cyberse Link Structure Deck. The Cyberse cards seemed primed for filling the field and recycling cards in order to set up the powerful monsters in your main deck or extra deck. Even with the focus on the newer mechanics, it has plenty of cards that keep it grounded in the traditional mechanics. For example, storming Mirror Force is arguably more useful than regular Mirror Force. Say your opponent has tribute summoned or special summoned monsters, if those monsters are back in their hand, they have dead weight to deal with, as well as have to deal with hand limits. It is a well-rounded deck that is set up to be tweaked and expanded. If you want to get into Link Summoning, or expand your Link Summoning cards, there is no better value the Cyberse Link Structure Deck. My Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Structure Deck – Cyberse Link review gets a 5/5.