Duel Academy, a new GBA game based on Duel Monsters GX anime hits your fav Gaming Stores on the 10th of this month.... Read More
Konami of Europe has announced the second phase of its phenomenally successful Yu-Gi-Oh! ONLINE campaign, with a new DUELPASS system set to offer users more cards for online play.... Read More
Konami announced today that it will be bringing the popular card-battling franchise Yu-Gi-Oh! to the PSP. Though still early in development, a few screenshots have been released for the game, which show little more than what you might come to expect from a title in this series (card battling, anime characters, crazy-ass monsters, etc.)... Read More
Konami of Europe’s Yu-Gi-Oh! series returns to Game Boy Advance with a unique spin on the board game genre.
Konami of Europe has announced the latest addition to its successful series of Yu-Gi-Oh! titles for the Game Boy Advance. Yu-Gi-Oh! Destiny Board Traveler mixes the series’ traditional card dueling elements with fun board game elements and will be released in September.... Read More
Konami of Europe brings card dueling to Nintendo format in the shape of Yu-Gi-Oh! Nightmare Troubadour... Read More
First there were fourteen, and then eight, and finally only one remained. Players from all around the world, including the US, Japan, Spain, Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, UK, and Sweden participated in the 2005 Yu-Gi-Oh! World Tournament Championship this past weekend in Tokyo, Japan.... Read More
TCG players in the UK and other European Countries get their chance to join the winners from the USA and Japan..... Read More
KONAMI DIGITAL ENTERTAINMENT – AMERICA ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF THE YU-GI-OH! U.S. CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS VIDEO GAME TOURNAMENT... Read More
Yu-Gi-Oh! Tournament Finals 2005... Read More
This Fall DS owners will be seeing a new Yu-Gi-Oh! game, Yu-Gi-Oh! Nightmare Troubadour.
Konami today announced new details on this game from the popular trading card and TV show. Coming out this September, Yu-Gi-Oh! Nightmare Troubadour takes full advantage of the Nintendo DS’ touch screen and wireless technologies. Players use the touch screen to navigate a city map to find duel opponents. Once a duel is initiated, the touch screen becomes a 2D card playing field and the battle begins. The top screen becomes a 3D arena that shows monsters rising from their cards to battle for Yu-Gi-Oh! supremacy.... Read More