Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force 2

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Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force 2
English  Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force 2
Kanji  遊戯王デュエルモンスターズGX TAG FORCE 2
Japanese translated  Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX TAG FORCE 2
Developer(s)  Konami
Series  Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force
Platform(s)  PSP
Release date(s)
  • Flag of the United States September 18, 2007
  • Flag of Japan September 27, 2007
  • Flag of Europe September 30, 2007

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force 2, known as Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX TAG FORCE 2 in Japan, is the second installment in the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tag Force series.

A new year at the Duel Academy has begun and the Tag Duel Tournament is the year's most anticipated event. Champion duelists from all around the world have accepted invitations to this tournament. Explore the Duel Academy and find your perfect partner to combine your Decks to become an unstoppable fighting machine.

This game can be connected to Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force Evolution (PS2) to battle more characters and collect more cards. Each game includes three exclusive trading cards.


Promotional Cards

Tag Force 2 Anime-only Cards

As with every Tag Force game before and after it, anime-exclusive cards were released for Tag Force 2. The Arcana Force monsters were released in Light of Destruction, so only the ones not yet released are listed here; however, many of them were presented as anime-originals in Tag Force 2 since LOD wasn't released at a time.

Anime-original cards from Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force are present but not listed here.

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

Tag Force 2 Anime-Only Card List

Confirmed Downloadable Cards

Deck 2 Recipes

Booster Packs

Card Converter

Card Converter

Sandwich FAQ

Sandwich FAQ

Destiny Draw System

When a player is about to lose a Duel, they can activate the new Destiny Draw system. It will randomly draw a card from the preset Destiny Cards instead of the normal draw. Up to 5 cards can be set as Destiny Cards in the Deck Edit screen. You can only use it once in a single duel. When you can edit your partner's Deck, you can change their Destiny Cards.

If you have used the effect of a card that places it on the top of the Deck such as Malevolent Nuzzler and you activate the Destiny Draw system, you will draw the Destiny Card, then draw the card that was placed on top of the Deck the next time you draw.

Playable Characters

When you start a fresh new game, you can only choose Page 1 characters as a Tag-Duel partner. Once you have completed the Story Mode you can skip the Starting Story Event; also you are now allowed to choose among one of the Page 2 or 3 characters, provided you had beat them in Duel (during the Story mode or in Free Duel) at least 10 times. (Any character dueled at least once becomes available in Free Duel!)

Story Mode

  • When you start a new Story Game, you choose one of the Page 1 characters as a Tag-Duel partner. Then you can watch him or her duel for you, duel alone in a classic one-on-one duel or duel in a tag duel.
  • To progress further a character story, you need to fill your Tag Partner's hearts (they appear on the top right corner). Each time you battle (alone or in tag duel) his/her hearts will fill. You can also spend 500 DP to buy a sandwich at the Store. The Golden Egg Sandwich gives a full current heart to whoever you tag with. Check the Sandwich FAQ to know what kind of Sandwhich a character likes or dislike.
  • Each time a Heart is completed, you need to exit the map and go on the yellow Exclamation Mark to duel and advance the story. Save before in case you have a bad deck, because if you lose the duel you lose unsaved data, and you cannot edit your deck(s) during the event duel. Although, if you lose the duel you can retry again as many times you want (losses will be added to you win/loss ratio though).
  • The first four events are common to each character. Fifth to eigth are specifics for any of the Page 1 Characters. Any student/teacher chosen from the Second and Third Tiers as partner will lead you to completely different events.
  • Characters you have to defeat during those Story Events use a different deck than the usual they use when you encounter them on the field otherwise. Also, characters use a powered up version of their deck once your complete your Partner's Fourth heart Story Event.

Page 1 Characters' First to Fourth Story Events

Page 1 Characters' First to Fourth Story Events

Page 1 Characters' Fifth to Eighth Events

Page 1 Characters' Fifth to Eighth Events

Page 2 and 3 Characters' Story Events

Page 2 and 3 Characters' Story Events

Random Events

Random Events


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