|Original release||English release|
|March 6, 1999||N/A|
|A 30-minute movie produced by Toei Animation in Japan. This special is about a boy named Shougo Aoyama, who is too timid to duel, even after he got a powerful rare card, the legendary Red-Eyes Black Dragon, in his Deck. Yugi tries to bring Shougo's courage out in a duel with Seto Kaiba, who has his eyes on Shougo's rare card.
This movie follows the plot line developed in the first anime series.
|2||"Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: Pyramid of Light"
|November 3, 2004||August 13, 2004|
|In the movie, the evil sorcerer Anubis wants revenge on Yami Yugi, and awakens after Yugi Muto solves the Millennium Puzzle. Yami Yugi had defeated Anubis a long time ago, yet Anubis re-appears to face him. This evil god possesses the cards Andro Sphinx and Sphinx Teleia, which can be merged into Theinen the Great Sphinx. He also has the Pyramid of Light, the most powerful card and a Millennium Item; so, he wants revenge by using Kaiba to defeat Yami Yugi in order to revive completely, as the King of Destruction and annihilate mankind.
This movie follows the plot line developed in the first four seasons of the second anime series.
|3||"Yu-Gi-Oh!: Bonds Beyond Time"
"Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: Super Fusion! Bonds That Transcended Time" (劇場版 遊☆戯☆王 ～超融合！時空を越えた絆～)
|January 23, 2010||February 26, 2011|
|In the movie, Yusei Fudo, protector of New Domino City through dueling, has his ace monster, Stardust Dragon, stolen by a mysterious man who has come from the future to lead the world down the path of destruction, Paradox. Yusei goes through a time slip and reaches Jaden Yuki, one capable of using the power of Card Spirits. Yusei then learns the truth behind the incident. In pursuit of Paradox, Yusei and Jaden travel to the times of the legendary duelist, Yugi Muto. They meet with him and make an agreement to combine their powers to fight. To save the world and to retrieve Yusei's Stardust Dragon, Yugi, Jaden and Yusei's grand duel with Paradox unfolds.
This movie follows the plot line developed in 3 of the franchise's anime series Yu-Gi-Oh!, Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's.
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