Hey everyone! It’s time for another Yu-Gi-Oh Product review! Today I’ll be reviewing Premium Gold: Infinite Gold, which launched back on March 18th. I would like to thank Konami for sending out a Premium Gold: Infinite Gold box for review purposes.
Okay so let’s take a look at what you get when you purchase Premium Gold: Infinite Gold. The entire set itself contains 100 total cards which consist of 40 Gold Secret Rares and 60 Gold Rares. If you decide to purchase a Infinite Gold Mini box you’ll get 15 total cards consisting of 6 Gold Secret Rares and 9 Gold Rares. You can also opt to purchase individual Infinite Gold mini packs, each of which will run you around $6.40, so I highly recommend you purchase a mini box instead since the price for a mini box is currently at $14.99.
So what makes Premium Gold: Infinite Gold worth purchasing? In my opinion as a long time collector it’s simple, it has to do with the breathtaking gold designs on these cards, which can be summed up with one simple word, gorgeous. I was extremely impressed while cracking open each of the 3 included mini packs, the fantastic artwork combined with the impressive gold rare technology that Konami is using truly makes you feel like you’re getting your money’s worth.
The attention to detail demonstrated by Konami with Infinite Gold: Premium Gold and previous releases in the Gold series is nothing less than impressive! It’s obvious that serious time was spent on designing what Gold Rares and Secret Rares look like. Here’s what Gold Rares and Gold Secret Rares look like-Each card is enshrined in gold color, which includes gold card frames, gold art box frames, gold text box frames, gold card names, and for monster cards gold level stars. Gold Secret Rares include all of the previous mention gold sectors and adds the beautiful design of Secret Rares onto it, which visually makes for a sharp looking card.
Infinite Gold: Premium Gold also includes some great cards within its 100 card set, those being Maxx C, Number 11: Big Eye, Ghost Ogre & Snow Rabit, Number 38: Hope Harbinger Dragon, Archfiend Eccentrick, and finally Black Rose Dragon. Maxx C is a great card for duelists needing some extra draw power, basically every time your opponent special summons a card, Maxx C allows you to draw 1 card from your deck, this card effect is very rewarding since your opponent is essentially giving you a big advantage, so you have a higher chance to actually draw a card that can help you turn the duel around in your favor.
Ghost Ogre & Snow Rabbit is another great card included in Infinite Gold. The effect of Ghost Ogre & Snow Rabbit is as follows “During either player’s turn, when a monster on the field activates its effect, or when a Spell/Trap Card that is already face-up on the field activates its effect: You can send this card from your hand or your side of the field to the Graveyard; destroy that card on the field. You can only use this effect of “Ghost Ogre & Snow Rabbit” once per turn “This effect is amazing and can be very useful in a duel.
Now let’s get into the 15 cards that I pulled from the 3 mini packs Archfiend Eccentrick, Beatrice Lady of The Eternal, Gagaga Cowboy, Number 61: Volcasaurus, Evilswarm Ouroboros, Chimeratech Fortress Dragon, Cagna Malebranche of The Burning Abyss, Scarm Malebranche of The Burning Abyss, Reasoning, Tsukumo Slash, Frost Blast of The Monarchs, Storming Mirror Force, Void Trap Hole, Deep Dark Trap Hole and Red Supremacy. I’m overall very happy with the pulls I got from a single Infinite Gold mini box and I’ll be ordering a few to complete the entire 100 card set.
From the moment I cracked open the Premium Gold: Infinite Gold mini box I was impressed. Everything from the presentation of the mini box to the gold card art just screams premium, and in my personal opinion, Konami has struck pure gold with the release of Premium Gold: Infinite Gold. My final score is a 9.8/10