I love this so much.
In Tokyo’s Akihabara, Card Shop Spiral sells inexpensive and super expensive Yu-Gi-Oh! cards. The priciest one in the shop is Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon. The tag says it’s the only one of its kind in the world.
Speedrunners want to complete games or meet special conditions as fast as possible but some games are so massive that it can take days to get through them, even if you’re playing as quickly as possible.
Raising kids ain’t cheap. Neither are rare Yu-Gi-Oh! cards. Twitter user KnightMiyabi decided to sell his super rare ones to pay for his daughter’s pre-school.
I didn’t notice until it was pointed out to me, but the beds in Yu-Gi-Oh! are often odd.
Not surprising! It looks nuts in the manga and anime, too.
Have you ever wondered where Yu-Gi-Oh comes to life? Why, it all happens in Kazuki Takahashi’s studio, that’s where. Let’s have a look inside!
Oh, and the protagonist sporting it, too.
The fine folks over at SpeedoSausage have released a new NSFW Yu-Gi-Oh parody that hilariously skewers the main themes of the famous anime. It’s time to D-D-D-D-DUEL!
Yugi and his friends’ story may have ended a decade ago, but there is still one last chapter to be told in the new animated film Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions.
To be exact, that’s 7,649 cards in total.
This spring, a Yu-Gi-Oh! cafe is opening in Tokyo for a limited time, serving up Yu-Gi-Oh! themed food and drinks. There are no photos yet, but one day, there will be.
Redditor one23abc and his little brother couldn’t afford card games like Pokemon and Yu-Gi-Oh when they were younger, so they made their own, and it’s wonderful.
Japanese Twitter user DB Hopelash has been taking stacks of Yu-Gi-Oh! cards, cutting them out with a hobby knife, and making truly amazing shadowboxes.
Online in Japan, lots (I mean lots) of Yu-Gi-Oh! cards were used to create a mosaic of characters from popular anime Love Live*.
Well, you can look forward to a new Yu-Gi-Oh! movie... in a few years. It will feature a "completely new and original story" and be out in 2016 in Japan.
I reckon there are things thieves brag about stealing: diamonds, exotic cars, and priceless art. Wonder where Yu-Gi-Oh! cards fall into that mix. Especially ones stolen from high school students.
With all the world championship tournaments going on over the last few months, one tournament was sort of left in the wind. While this might have happened earlier this month, it's still interesting. During this year's Yu-Gi-Oh World Championships, a new King of Games was crowned.
Losing gracefully is hard. Winning gracefully ain't easy, either. A 29 year-old man in Fukuoka never learned the latter, it seems.