The theme for the new work is "Let's take one step forward and try it!" Yuusaku hates standing out, and at his school he doesn't. However, Yuusaku starts meeting others through duels, and starts moving forward.

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The theme for the new work is "Let's take one step forward and try it!" Yuusaku hates standing out, and at his school he doesn't. However, Yuusaku starts meeting others through duels, and starts moving forward.

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It's Just so Disappointingly Dull.
22 July 2018 | by jkylebennettSee all my reviews

I tried to get into this one. I've been a fan of the Yu-Gi-Oh franchise since its beginning, but this one unfortunately lacks a lot of personality. Some of the characters, like the lead character, have good motives for their actions. But, I just can't seem to be drawn in enough to care. That's a shame because the idea for the series that focuses on cyber attacks in a virtual world is a very interesting concept to take for the series this time. Unfortunately, the characters don't bring any significant energy. Basically, the premise is good, but the execution suffers greatly. That's due mainly to the characters not being interesting enough to illicit a response from the audience.

The character designs are also a little...much. They aren't too out there. There's definitely been worse designs. But, it's all also just a little too awkward. None of the characters stand out enough. And, at the same time, they just don't feel quite right. I think awkward is definitely the best way to put it. The story, while normal by comparison to Yu-Gi-Oh's previous plots is just a little meh. It's interesting to a point, but not enough to suspend your disbelief that any of this could happen. There just wasn't enough immersion for me when I watched it.

Now, I'm sure that younger children will see this and enjoy it. But, in the same breath, I also can't help but think that even children will see this one and not be all that drawn in enough to care either. It's just too weird, both in design and story and concept to create a target audience. I do think that they were targeting an older audience with this one, much like how 5ds targeted an older audience, but it just doesn't have the same likability and draw that 5ds did.

This one is definitely a hard pass for me. If you or your kids like it, great. You must see something in it that I don't. But, I can't see wasting any more time on it. There are far better series out there to spend your time on. You can skip this one and not feel like you've missed out. Also, if it makes you feel any better, I've not seen many reviews or reactions to this series. It doesn't seem like it has really inspired people to actively spend much time looking at it in depth. That's usually a bad sign since the previous two series really inspired a lot of reviewers to look at them more significantly. This one just doesn't have that spark.


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