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Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie :: DVD Review

Read Kidzworld's review of Yu-Gi-Oh! the Movie, based on the Yu-Gi-Oh! trading card game from Upper Deck!
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Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie :: DVD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

Ancient evil, prophecies, god cards and a duel to decide the fate of the world. Check out our Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie DVD review!

Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie has arrived on DVD with the biggest duels and most powerful cards ever seen. If you don't know, Yu-Gi-Oh! is all about the Duel Monsters card game and how it used to let duelists summon real monsters to duel their enemies. A hella long time ago, the powerful Pharaoh locked away the real monsters, plus himself and Anubis, his greatest enemy, in Millennium Puzzles. But, Yugi solved the Pharaoh's Millennium Puzzle, waking him and Anubis up. Now Yugi and his friends are faced with the final duel to stop Anubis before he destroys the world!

Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie Summons Entertainment!

The movie starts with a bang, slows down for a few minutes, then kicks it with some awesome duels! The biggest monsters in the game, and crazy new cards, fly back and forth as the magic of Anubis makes some really freaky stuff happen. Duelists will love seeing all the cards in action, and real monsters even get gruesome on the rest of Yugi's friends. Plus, there are free exclusive Yu-Gi-Oh! cards just for checkin' out the movie.

Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie Duelist Weaknesses

If you're a good Yu-Gi-Oh! duelist, you'll notice that the movie totally fudges the rules of the game when Yugi, Kaiba or anyone else is dueling. An expert duelist could win the duels in the movie, just by playing their cards properly. Oh, and, "Eternity doesn't last forever"? Ha!

Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie Final Duel!

If you're a Yu-Gi-Oh! fan, or just want to watch an anime flick - this movie is solid fun! If you're a skilled duelist, and can ignore the wacky use of the game rules, you'll get a free exclusive card that'll boost your dueling power and make it worth checking out.

Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie - DVD Features

Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie on DVD is jammed pack with special features. The DVD includes two music video from the Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie soundtrack, a mesmorizing Yu-Gi-Oh! monster memory challenge game, and best of all, a free Yu-Gi-Oh trading card!

Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie Rating: 4

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