Konami Digital Entertainment America today announced the release of two more titles in the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise. Yu-Gi-Oh! Capsule Monster Coliseum for the PlayStation 2 and Yu-Gi-Oh! Destiny Board Traveler for the Game Boy Advance, both based on the popular manga series that runs in the magazine Shonen Jump, have shipped to retail stores nationwide.... Read More
Prepare for battle as “Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie” arrives on DVD and VHS from Warner Home Video (WHV) November 16. This animated film is based on the Japanese comic book, number one television series, video game franchise and trading card game that began as the brainchild of manga artist/writer Kazuki Takahashi.... Read More
Video game and handheld accessories manufacturer NubyTech announced today the launch of its exciting new line of video game accessories for multi-media phenomenon Yu-Gi-Oh!(TM).... Read More
Just announced a few days ago on TVTokyo, Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters anime series (遊☆戯☆王デュエルモンスターズ Yūgiō Dyueru Monsutāzu) will finally end. With only 2 more episodes to air, the story finally has come to close. The story of Yugioh Duel Monsters end in Episode 224 (which will air soon on TVTokyo). However, the artist Mr. Takahashi, isn’t gonna let this series go! There is a new saga of Yugioh on the way! However, this new saga has nothing to do with it’s past series – DUEL MONSTERS.... Read More
Upper Deck Entertainment Releases Timeless Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME Collection for 2004 Holiday Season... Read More
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Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dawn of Destiny (Xbox)
Release Date: 2004-03-23 (US) – 2004-11-01 (UK)... Read More
The previously unreleased Black Eyed Peas track “For the People” will anchor the soundtrack to the animated film “Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Movie,” due Aug. 10 via RCA.... Read More
Her’s the first reports on the recent Finals held in Anaheim, CA USA. This report comes to us by way of the Orange County Register, a local newspaper from the area.
Monstrous trading-card game phenomenon attracts thousands of enthusiasts to the YuGiOh! World Finals in Anaheim.
Anaheim – Sang Bui, 17, often thinks about his monsters. He wonders if there is a perfect spell to enhance the strength of his Dark Wizard. Or whether his monsters are powerful enough to beat a rival’s. Or if a trap could have helped him win.
Bui’s penchant for strategizing helped him reach the worldwide finals for the Yu-Gi-Oh! card game, which took place Sunday at the Anaheim Convention Center in front of a crowd of about 10,000 people. The Fountain Valley resident was among 32 trading-card finalists from all over the world – including four from the United States – who had the chance to pit a horned Mad Sword Beast against a one-eyed Opticlops, or whatever monster lurked in their personal deck of cards. Another 16 contestants battled to become the champ of the Yu-Gi-Oh! video game.
“Sometimes I daydream about strategies,” said Bui, who often plays the card game on average 16 hours a week. “It doesn’t really hurt your brain. It’s really fun. It’s not like a hard math problem.”
WHAT: This Sunday the world’s best compete for the honor of being crowned the Yu-Gi-Oh! World Video Game Champion and the 2004 Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game Champion. Twelve finalists from around the world (USA, Japan, France, Germany, UK, Italy, Holland and Spain) will compete for the Yu-Gi-Oh! World Video Game Championship while the best duelists engage in a fierce competition as they battle for the title of 2004 Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game Champion.... Read More