Yu☆Gi☆Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions

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Synonyms: Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Dark Side of Dimensions, Yugioh
German: Yu-Gi-Oh! Film: The Darkside of Dimensions
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Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 23, 2016
Licensors: Manga Entertainment
Studios: Gallop
Source: Manga
Genre: AdventureAdventure
Theme: Strategy GameStrategy Game
Demographic: ShounenShounen
Duration: 2 hr. 10 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 7.481 (scored by 4022140,221 users)
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Ranked: #17532
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Popularity: #2252
Members: 67,804
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Obsessed with revenge against the King of Games, Seto Kaiba commences an excavation in Egypt to find the fragments of the Millennium Puzzle, which once retained the spirit of the "counterpart Yuugi." However, a cloaked man steals two pieces of the Puzzle and disappears before it could be reconstructed. Meanwhile, now in their final year of high school, Yuugi Mutou and his friends plan for their futures, unaware of the danger lurking close by.

Yu☆Gi☆Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions tells the tale of vindictive forces distorting reality in whatever way they please. Will Seto and Yuugi move past their differences and save the world, or will Seto's own greed get the better of him?

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Yu☆Gi☆Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions is a sequel to the original manga series called Yu☆Gi☆Oh! and Yu☆Gi☆Oh! Transcend Game.

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Characters & Voice Actors


Kuwahara, Satoshi
Matsuoka, Hiroki
Sound Director
Takahashi, Kazuki
Script, Chief Producer, Key Animation, Character Design, Executive Producer, Original Creator
Ike, Yoshihiro


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Nov 30, 2016
kurokonbi (All reviews)
I don't see any reviews here so I'll make one. This is my first, so please excuse any mistakes. This is a long review, so please bear with me.

First of all, the animation is so outstanding. It's really high quality and during certain scenes in the movie you may think that it's real life scenery instead of 2D/CG. I couldn't believe my eyes watching it, 'cause usually Yu-Gi-Oh! didn't have that high quality animation (except for Zexal). Even Arc-V has meh animation. The animation is so constantly beautiful you can't take your eyes off the screen. This, I think, is one of the gems in read more
Feb 4, 2017
Gay2DGrillsPls (All reviews)
To put this simply - This film is not for people that play the game, because you won't be finding much of that here. Instead this is a film of pure nostalgia and progression.

The story is nothing much to speak of, a slotted in bad guy with the wrong intentions and then another "bigger" villain. The heroes then all come together to save the day. But like I said, this film is about character and that's where it shines - Because this film is for Kaiba.

They knew perfectly what people love about Kaiba, his sass and utter fire that he talks. His personality is better read more
Dec 14, 2017
Actar (All reviews)
To preface this "review" some pointers:

- There will be SPOILERS. If you haven't seen the movie yet, don't read this review if you don't want to be spoiled. Definitely do come back after to share your opinions. I would love to hear what you guys thought of the movie. Am I in the minority?
- I am perfectly fine with nostalgia bait. The problem is when producers think that a show can succeed based on nostalgia alone.
- I am aware that this is a sequel to the manga and not the anime, accounting for some of the discrepancies. Yet, some of the characters actions read more
Nov 9, 2019
Sh4ggy (All reviews)
The film sequel no one asked for but delivered on every single level. Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions does something I've rarely seen in anime: it caps off a 20 year old franchise with a movie that fits perfectly in the original series canon. It was announced out of the blue with characters from the original series that haven't been on a television screen in over a dozen years, yet never seems out-of-date or as just a simple cash-grab.

Story: 9/10

The setting takes place one year after the Ceremonial Duel that sent the Pharaoh spirit within the Millennium Puzzle to the afterlife. Yugi, Tea (Anzu), read more

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