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New Tenth Anniversary Yu-Gi-Oh! anime film

New Tenth Anniversary Yu-Gi-Oh! anime film

For all of you Yu-Gi-Oh! fans, this will be a real treat. A new Yu-Gi-Oh! Movie, celebrating the ten years the anime has been on television, is being produced by the Japanese animation company NAS. The movie will be displayed in 3D, but still animated in the cartoon 2D form. In the movie, all three Yu-Gi-Oh! protagonists, Yugi Moto, Jaden Yuki, and Yusei Fudo will unite against a new villain, a Turbo Duelist called Paradox. Personally, I would like to see The Supreme King fight Yugi. 😉 Small teasers for the movie will be put in Japanese Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s episodes very soon, and a sneak peak trailer will be available on October 12th in Japan. Check out the teaser below, after the break!

[Thanks to ToonBarn regular Haou]


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