Yuugi and Kaiba are back for the upcoming Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions anime film, which will premiere in Japan this weekend. And what better way to promote the film than displaying a total of 7,649 Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards inside Shinjuku Station?!
新宿駅に遊戯王カードめっちゃある すげえ pic.twitter.com/9Kgv0ng0NN
— しゆも (@DWSF_18RA) April 18, 2016
These 7,649 Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards are all the cards that were released since 1999, when fans were introduced to the now-famous trading card game franchise, which has also spawned plenty of spin-offs. Here are a few more pictures from Shinjuku, as taken by passers-by.
— マンデ (@heven_to) April 17, 2016
— タケウンティヌス (@Takeuntinus) April 17, 2016
— shin (@shin__1215) April 18, 2016
— Jumchan(*ˊᵕˋ*) (@x0jn) April 17, 2016
Meanwhile, the Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions anime film is set to premiere this Saturday, 23 April 2016, and will feature the return of both Yugi and Kaiba, in a brand new story set after the events of the manga. Some of the original characters have also been confirmed to be a part of the film, and no, I don’t think they would be doing that “trading card game on motorbikes” thing in this one.
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