Definitely probably exists, I'm only familiar with the Duelists of the Roses game for the PS2 unfortunately. Interesting stuff though, I'll have to look into that game
Right then, so a bit more about the Wight cards:
Basically, summon King of the Skull Servants to the field in any way, and start milling the heck out of your deck–which is to say, start sending as many cards as possible from your deck to the graveyard. This can be done in a multitude of ways but the way I see most viable would be to combine the Skull Servants with the Lightsworn deck, an archetype that likes to put lots of cards in the graveyard and gets a lot of bonuses when it does so. It also helps in that sense because the Lightsworn cards have access to things like Judgment Dragon, a terribly broken card that actually kicked my ass in the finals in a tournament I set up with some people at college, but mostly only because I bricked (I could tell you about the deck I used there if you're interested). King of the Skull Servants and Judgment Dragon are pretty beefy cards if used properly and could be equally likely setups if you put the deck together well.
TL;DR Your best bet is to use Skull Servants with an engine like Lightsworns to get everything going faster and set up multiple, equally usable win conditions.
For more on Lightsworns, check the wiki:http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Lightsworn
I never did talk about the specifics of deckbuilding, maybe I should do that at some point like when I talk about the weird deck I used