Yu-Gi-Oh! Returns to Netflix UK… Well some of it at least

Those with a Netflix UK subscription and missed out on the original 4KIDS Entertainment version of the Yu-Gi-Oh! anime series will be excited to know that the series has now returned to the subscription-based video-on-demand platform; well in some form at least. Read more of this post

Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist: Link Evolution Announced for Western Nintendo Switch Release

Konami have today announced that the latest video game entry into highly popular Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game, known as Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist: Link Evolution, will be released onto the Nintendo Switch both digitally and physically within Europe and North America later this year. Read more of this post

JUMP FORCE Gameplay Trailer Showcases Yugi Mutou

Last month Bandai Namco Entertainment revealed that Yugi Mutou, the main protagonist from the hit manga and anime franchise Yu-Gi-Oh!, would be a playable character within the cross-over Shonen Jump themed fighting game JUMP FORCE. Well today the publisher have revealed some additional information about this character as well as showcased some of his abilities within a brand new gameplay trailer. Read more of this post

Blu-Ray Review: Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie

After a painfully long wait the original feature-length Yu-Gi-Oh! film makes its High Definition debut on Blu-Ray via Manga Entertainment UK; but does the film stand up to the recent movie additions and more importantly what can one expect from this Blu-Ray release? Well let’s take a look! Read more of this post

Yu-Gi-Oh! Franchise Joins JUMP FORCE

In a rather surprising, but almost expected announcement (especially if you look at the Nintendo DS releases of Jump Stars), Bandai Namco Entertainment have revealed that the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise will be the next universe to join JUMP FORCE; with Yugi Moto (or Yami Yugi/Dark Yugi/Pharaoh Atem if you prefer) being made as a playable character. Read more of this post

Manga UK Announces ‘Complete Collection’ Sets for Digimon, Digimon Adventure Tri, Dragon Ball Z Movies & Yu-Gi-Oh!

Manga Entertainment UK have, rather surprisingly, announced that they will be releasing ‘Complete Collection’ sets of Digimon, Digimon Adventure Tri, Dragon Ball Z Movies and Yu-Gi-Oh! later this year; with the first ‘batch’ of sets due on the 29th October 2018. Read more of this post

Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: Pyramid of Light UK Cinema Screening Officially Announced & Locations Confirmed

Earlier in the month we reported that an age rating listing had appeared for the original Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie, otherwise known as Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: Pyramid of Light, on BBFC website and we speculated that the film could be getting a limited UK cinematic release. Well Manga Entertainment UK have now officially confirmed that the film will be available in cinemas across the UK for one day only next month. Read more of this post

Numerous Anime Titles Added to Netflix UK; including The Disastrous Life of Saiki K & Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V

It has been a busy easter weekend for Netflix UK as the subscription based video-on-demand platform have added a selection of new, and old, anime titles to their platform including the UK first showing of The Disastrous Life of Saiki K, Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V as well as the new season of Fate/Apocrypha. New additions to the streaming line-up also include Pokemon: The Series Sun & Moon, One Punch Man and (new to Netflix UK) episodes of Yu-Gi-Oh!
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Yu-Gi-Oh! – Season 4 & 5 Available To Stream on Amazon Prime UK

Last month Amazon UK added Yu-Gi-Oh! Season 1, 2 & 3 to there video-on-demand streaming platform and now the remaining seasons, in this case Season 4 and Season 5, have been added to the platform and are available to stream for Amazon Prime members. Read more of this post

Yu-Gi-Oh! Seasons 1, 2 & 3 Available to Stream on Amazon UK

As of late Amazon UK have continued to expand their anime offerings and while a notable selection of subtitled-only titles, such as Killing Bites and KOKKOKU, have been made available those looking for ‘English Dubbed’ related titles have been left with ever-changing-episodes of Pokemon and Digimon; that is until this past week when Yu-Gi-Oh!  was made available to stream on Amazon Instant Video. Read more of this post