Prove to me Yu-GI-Oh wasn't a god tier card anime.
This will never exist.. so no, it's not god tier
Yugi keeps wining, there is literally no fun in watching someone, keeps wining, oh hey yu gi had only 100 lp and the other got 4684132168 left ? oh man, too bad for the other fag, yugi will just trust in the ass of the cards and somehow pull a OTK strategy out of his ass. gaylord.
Is this real or soon to be real? Because that's a new level of text that they're using now. You basically have to memorize hundreds of essays to be competent in the current meta.
Not in America and I presume this topic is from a dub watcher who is nostalgic but in Japan there's literally dozens of card game anime
The rules are inconsistent, it removes all the tension when the MC can just top-deck any bullshit situational card out of tin air or just simply change the effect of previously established cards.
Also the plot is pants-on-head retarded.
The scans are awesome for the first 59, parts of Duelist Kingdom and Millennium World
Battle City still has some chapters of scans which were done by a potato
>Battle City still has some chapters of scans which were done by a potato
This is basically what I was referring to when I said that, so that sucks. Why has no one gone through and done them yet?
>Why has no one gone through and done them yet?
People have better things to do than scan an old manga when the anime is way more popular and gives basically the same story minus fillers.
>yugi was just cheating all along
>kaiba never wins because no heart of the cards
>guy who creates the game doesn't make the best deck possible
>joey always a baller
>tea never gets the d
>god cards ruined everything
>duel monsters included "rules" for particular episodes which were never aparent ever again
Yu-Gi-Oh is a good watch. But some of it was pretty stupid.
Toei did a really good job of keeping the feel of the original manga, though, even if they did change everything. The music was really good, and Yami Yugi had a sexy ass voice. He also didn't grow twice his size when he transformed.