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Yuu Gi Ou

TV, ep.27 (~24 min.), 1998

 

Information:

Genres: Comedy, Violence, Fantasy, Romance, Supernatural, Action, Game, Shounen
Tags: Brain Games and Gambling, Contemporary Fantasy, Episodic, Magic, Present, School, Card Battles, Shounen
Release Date: 04.04.1998 ‑ 10.10.1998
Studios: Toei Animation Co., Ltd.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
Type: TV (1998)
Episodes: 27, ~24 min.

Alternative names:

遊☆戯☆王
Yu-Gi-Oh! Season Zero
Yu-Gi-Oh! Yami no Game
Yu-Gi-Oh! A Shadow Game
Yu-Gi-Oh! (1998)
Game King!
Yu-Gi-Oh!
King of Games
Yu-Gi-Oh! First Series
Yu-Gi-Oh! Serie Zero
Yugi-Oh
Yu-Gi-Oh Season 0
Game loving Mutou Yugi was given an ancient relic by his grandfather called the Sennen (Thousand-Year) Puzzle. He completed the puzzle and was possessed by the spirit of an ancient Pharaoh. The Pharaoh has no memories of who he is or how he got in the puzzle to begin with. The Pharaoh looks out for Yugi and his friends and Yugi agrees to help the Pharaoh recover his lost memory and help him be put to rest so he can go on to the afterlife and finally leave Yugi's body.
Yuugi is a somewhat frail young boy who happens to be a big fan of gaming of any kind. But when he solves an ancient egyptian puzzle he is granted all the powers of darkness. Now when confronted with danger and injustice, he transforms into a much darker and dangerous form, and proceeds to dish out the justice and punishment for those who so richly deserve it.
Yugi Mutou was a boy who was constantly bullied – until one day he managed to put together an ancient and mysterious puzzle that no one has been able to solve for two hundred years. Now, whenever Yugi's friends are threatened, a strange transformation occurs, and Yugi seems to become an entirely different person. This transformed Yugi is a master of games, and uses these spontaneously-invented games to trap and to punish the bad guys. At the end of each game, his opponent appears to suffer a painful death; but it is soon revealed that this was all in their minds – or was it?
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Related anime:

Yuu Gi Ou TV, 1998
Yuu Gi Ou (1999) Movie, 1999, Sequel
Yu-Gi-Oh! TV, 2000, Sequel

Related manga:

Yu-Gi-Oh! Manga, 1996, Adaptation

Related characters:

Seto KAIBA
Seto KAIBA
Ryou BAKURA
Ryou BAKURA
Mokuba KAIBA
Mokuba KAIBA
Yuugi MUTOU
Yuugi MUTOU
Shadi
Shadi
Katsuya JOUNOUCHI
Katsuya JOUNOUCHI
Sugoroku MOUTO
Sugoroku MOUTO
Hiroto HONDA
Hiroto HONDA
Anzu MAZAKI
Anzu MAZAKI
Shizuka KAWAI
Shizuka KAWAI
Miho NOSAKA
Miho NOSAKA
Yami Yuugi
Yami Yuugi
Yami Bakura
Yami Bakura
Tetsu Ushio
Tetsu Ushio
Mana
Mana
Gozaburo Kaiba
Gozaburo Kaiba
Serial Bomber
Serial Bomber
Ms. Chono
Ms. Chono
Ryuichi Fuha
Ryuichi Fuha
Professor Yoshimori
Professor Yoshimori
Haiyama
Haiyama
Kujirada
Kujirada
Ridley Sheldon
Ridley Sheldon
Nurse Puppet
Nurse Puppet
Mayumi
Mayumi
Warashibe
Warashibe
Kokurano
Kokurano
Risa Kageyama
Risa Kageyama
Nurse Miyuki
Nurse Miyuki
Dr. Goyu
Dr. Goyu
Aileen Rao
Aileen Rao
Hajime Imori
Hajime Imori
Kaoruko Himekoji
Kaoruko Himekoji
Daimon
Daimon
Hirada
Hirada