The film was announced in the West before it was in Japan. 4K Media revealed the film's existence on the official Yu-Gi-Oh! website. They teased that the movie was already in development in Japan and that they were shopping for a distributor in all non-Asian territories. See more »
[to the simulation of Atem]
You could never stand up to my power. Not then. Not now. And with this power, I will crush you!
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The only changes from the Japanese release foe the American version are the character's names, the cards, and the signs. See more »
Very good, even for people who never seen Yu-Gi-Oh!
It's strange that I went to go see this flick at all. I was never into Yu-Gi-Oh!
But the Dark Side of Dimensions made card game playing look awesome. those card battles look great when the characters from the cards just popped out and came to life and did their attack moves. it was pretty fun to watch. Thank god the movie was English dubbed as it would kill me to have to read all the characters yelling out the explanations to how the card works.
The character design was really cool and Yu-Gi-Oh! had some cool characters in it. Not a bad experience, almost made me wish I saw the beginning before I saw the end.
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