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A somewhat frail young boy, one day stumbles upon the Millennium Puzzle. The powers unlocked and another identity appears to give punishment to those who are evil. This adaption of Yu-Gi-Oh, only aired at Japan.

Game-mad Japanese boy Yugi is victimized by the school bullies and obsessed with an ancient Egyptian Millennium Puzzle. The successful player acquires a second thoroughly evil and nasty persona. Yugi can now transform into a vengeful, powerful figure; he can bring game monsters to life and deal out retribution to local evildoers, as well as to those who used to bully him, by forcing them to play a "dark game" on his terms. When he accidentally awakens the Guardian of Darkness, he and his friends are dragged into an adventure that features his own father reincarnated as a Pegasus and a showdown at a real-world gaming convention against his archenemy, who in our dimension is the president of the Industrial Illusion Company. Armed with another Egyptian artifact, the Millennium Eye, Yugi becomes the strongest duelist, in an anime/manga/collectible card game tie-in commissioned in the wake of Pokémon. Based on the manga by Kazuki Takahashi serialized in Shonen Jump, it was followed by a second season, YO: Duel Fighters. This is a kids-get-even fantasy so some sequences are quite violent-like the one where our hero pours petrol down the trousers of an armed robber and keeps him at bay with a cigarette lighter. A 30-minute movie formed part of 1999's Toei Anime Fair bill. V
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Name Yu-Gi-Oh!
Name: 遊戯王
Romaji: Yu-Gi-Oh! Yami no Games
Publisher Toei Animation
Start Year 1998
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Aliases King of Games
Yu-Gi-Oh! Yami no Games
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