Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal (2011– )

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The story takes place in the near future in a city called Heartland. The story focuses on Yuma Tsukumo, a young duelist who strives to become the Duel Monsters champion, despite being an amateur. One day, during a duel with a school bully, a mysterious spirit called Astral appears before him, and helps him to win. Astral explains to Yuma he is searching for his lost memories, which have been transformed into 99 Xyz Monsters cards called Numbers and have been scattered across the globe. The Numbers have the ability to possess the duelists who own them and bring out their darkest desires. In order to recover his memories, Astral teams up with Yuma in order to recover the Numbers cards. Using the powers of Zexal, the two must compete with Numbers Hunters, who seek to claim the Numbers cards for themselves in order to destroy Astral's homeworld. Written by wikipedia

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Yu-gi-oh Zexal, GX done almost right.
20 May 2013 | by See all my reviews

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When most people heard of the fourth Yu-gi-oh Anime, they groaned a giant groan, and I was one of them. I first saw the 4kids version...a stupid mistake on my part... and frankly it was very gimmicky, and didn't flow well...that is, until I noticed something... What do my wondering eyes do appear! A Villain, and a darn good one at that known as Vetrix, (Or Tron in the Japanese)! Once we had someone to legitimately fight against, everything began to click into place, I have watched the Japanese version up to episode 104, and it is actually worth it, I am happily surprised! If you can get past the annoyance that is the main protagonist, (My word, he's more annoying than Syrus freaking Truesdale) and you begin to look at the rest of the characters, some of them actually do begin to work. For instance, shy of Akiza, I think this Female lead is actually the strongest yet! Also, the Rivals (Yes, there are 2) are also very strong and likable characters. The Duels are also the strongest yet, using the actual rules this time. (No more normal in defense mode for you!) The side characters and the villains are also fairly good, some making you want to despise them, some making you like them eventually, and some...really not doing very much... (Ahem, Dr. Faker) It has it's ebbs and flows, but it's main strength really is the side characters and the duels. But it also has its weaknesses. The main protagonist is the Weakest yet, barely able to duel at all without the help of an alien who apparently can duel...don't know how that works, but OK... Also, there are the annoying characters, like this cat-obsessed girl, (Not kidding, she puts all normal cat ladies to shame), who when she is cheering from the sidelines becomes rather annoying, and the "Geek" of the group which pretty much does little or nothing to advance the story. There are also a few filler episodes, especially during the beginning that aren't really that entertaining. But once things really pick up, they do not turn back! It's very good from then on, minus a few nitpicky things like the crazy cat-lady, it's rather entertaining.

Zexal is what GX should have been, and while the Main protagonist is still annoying at times, it becomes lightyears better as it goes along. I am so glad to be proved wrong, and I can't wait to see what happens to the Rivals next!

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