Tags: let's play, littlekuriboh, youtube
Artwork by ColonelCheru
Back on November 22, 2014, LittleKuriboh held a 16-hour live stream to raise money for Guardians of All Creatures, a southern California-based animal rescue that once helped him pay for his cat Spaghetti’s surgery. As donation incentive, LK offered to play Five Nights At Freddy’s for the first time ever if he reached $3,000 in donations. Well, he hit that milestone and today, LK makes good on the offer! Check out part 1 of “KAIBA PLAYS – Five Nights At Freddy’s 2” on YouTube!
Five Nights at Freddy’s and it’s sequel, Five Nights at Freddy’s 2, are point-and-click survival horror games released in 2014. In both games, the player assumes the role of a night security guard who must defend himself against creepy animatronic animals roaming the halls of a restaurant. If the thought of Kaiba getting double-teamed by murderous cartoon animals in the dead of night fills you with terror and excitement, check out this new Let’s Play series, and look for new episodes each week!
“Okay. Played FNAF2 for the first time and died on the first night. I’ve never played a FNAF game before. Do I suck?” asked LK while he was recording his gameplay. “I’m serious in that I’ve intentionally never exposed myself to any FNAF stuff before so this is all insane to me.”
Insane? That’s putting it mildly.
Today, Crunchyroll added another slew of subtitled Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s episodes to its library. Episodes 65 through 110 are now available to CR’s premium members worldwide (excluding those located in Asia). U.S. residents who don’t subscribe to CR can also watch these and other subbed episodes for free on YUGIOH.com and Hulu.
I’ve added direct links to Crunchyroll’s additions to my new page for Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s streaming episodes.
– Crunchyroll Adds Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s Episodes 1-64 Subbed
Tags: downloads page, streams page
4K Media (Konami) released the 146th and final episode of Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL this past weekend! Congratulations! Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL is only the second Yu-Gi-Oh! anime series to receive a complete English dub, so this momentous occasion deserves the highest amount of praise and attention. Although I am but one person, I hope that I can celebrate this milestone in a way that is meaningful and supportive of the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise.
In recent months, 4K Media has made significant strides increasing the worldwide availability of each of the Yu-Gi-Oh! series. To raise awareness of those initiatives, today I have created new pages that organize and highlight the numerous streaming and downloading options not only for Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL, but also for the Classic Yu-Gi-Oh!, GX, and 5D’s series and the Bonds Beyond Time movie. My indexes for video streams include the most up-to-date links available from YUGIOH.com, Hulu, and Crunchyroll, while the indexes for downloads include options from several popular platforms, including the iTunes Store, Amazon.com, PlayStation Store, VUDU, and Xbox Video.
By sharing these options, it is my hope that more and more fans across the globe can support the franchise that they love so that the 4K Media and the Yu-Gi-Oh! creators can continue to bring forth more successes like Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL.
Here are the new pages for streaming videos:
- Watch Yu-Gi-Oh! GX (Dubbed)
- Watch Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s (Dubbed)
- Watch Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s (Subbed)
- Watch Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL (Dubbed)
- Watch Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL (Subbed)
And here are the new pages for video downloads:
- Download Classic Yu-Gi-Oh! (Dubbed)
- Download Yu-Gi-Oh! Capsule Monsters (Dubbed)
- Download Yu-Gi-Oh! GX (Dubbed)
- Download Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s (Dubbed)
- Download Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL (Dubbed)
- Download Yu-Gi-Oh! Bonds Beyond Time (Dubbed)
The following previously available pages have been updated with new links:
Not all platforms have every episode or season of every show, either intentionally or by error. Xbox Video, for example, is missing all of season 3 and 5 of Classic Yu-Gi-Oh! and some episodes of Yu-Gi-Oh! GX season 1. I’ve inquired about the missing videos on each platform and will update my indexes if things change. These pages are all works in progress.
And to anyone who is concerned that I have been neglecting the streams and downloads pages for LittleKuriboh’s Yu-Gi-Oh! Abridged Series, I’ll have a surprise for you next week…
There’s more of the 20th Remaster edition of Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters on the way, and it’s coming sooner than expected! The April issue of Shueisha’s V Jump magazine released yesterday announced that the HD remastered Battle City story arc will be getting a late-night broadcast beginning this April on TV Tokyo. That’s right, viewers in Japan will be treated to two different showings of Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters on the same network each week!
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters: 20th Remaster currently airs every Saturday at 7:30 am JST. The first three episodes of the anime have been broadcast thus far.
The tears… They won’t stop…
After more than three years of augmented reality duels, Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL high-fives the sky one last time in its finale, “ZEXAL Forever,” out now on Hulu. The English-dubbed version of the show ends with 146 episodes — the same number as the original Japanese version.
If you haven’t yet checked out Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL, what are you waiting for? Take it from a long-time fan of Classic Yu-Gi-Oh! and the adventures of Yugi and his friends: if you’ve always had a soft spot for older Yu-Gi-Oh! series that has left you indecisive about committing to a newer series, make an exception and take a chance with Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL. Don’t be fooled by the show’s bright, bubble gum colors and young, wide-eyed characters. With a story that starts off innocently enough but that gradually spirals into a cold and twisted climax, Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL is an exceptional show has enough drama to excite even the most exhausted fans of the franchise. Who knows, it might even Xyz your expectations!
And if you’re a ZEXAL anime veteran who’s looking to join Yuma and Astral for even more extravagant exploits, why not expand your horizons with Shin Yoshida and Naohito Miyoshi’s Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL manga? This ongoing series, which debuted in Japan in February 2011 (before the anime did!) starts off similarly to the anime, but quickly pivots into a unique story with its own extreme brand of madness.
It’s hard to believe that Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL is only the second anime series in the franchise that has had every one of its episodes dubbed into English. To celebrate this milestone, I will be adding new pages with links to stream and download Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL (and GX and 5D’s). This something that I should have done a long time ago to better support the shows and that I hope will bring greater awareness of their availabilities. The pages will go up tomorrow, or whenever YUGIOH.com’s video feed is updated with the newest episode of ZEXAL.
Tags: crunchyroll, hulu
4K Media (Konami) has begun updating YUGIOH.com to allow fans outside the United States to watch Yu-Gi-Oh! episodes directly on its website. While desktop users based in the U.S. will continue to receive streams via Hulu, those residing outside the U.S. will now begin streaming from Crunchyroll (if the video is available) rather than receiving a region restriction error message. Crunchyroll’s library includes episodes from all four Yu-Gi-Oh! series and is accessible to most of the world outside of the U.S. and Asia.
If you encounter any problems, do let 4K Media know. Be sure to include your location and what videos you are trying to watch.
Crunchyroll today expanded its Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s library with the addition of episodes 1 through 64 in Japanese with English subtitles. This is the first of the two Yu-Gi-Oh! series that have officially subbed versions (the other being Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL) to make it onto Crunchyroll. Unlike all of Crunchyroll’s other Yu-Gi-Oh! streams, which are accessible to most of the world but not to the United States, today’s new videos are accessible* to American viewers. CR’s premium members can watch every episode now, while free users can watch the first 32 episodes now and the rest next week. And as always, U.S. viewers can also watch Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s subbed for free on YUGIOH.com and Hulu, along with the other Yu-Gi-Oh! anime series.
Crunchyroll began streaming English-dubbed episodes of Classic Yu-Gi-Oh!, Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s, and season 1 of Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL back in November 2014, all of which can be watched by most of the world outside of the U.S. and Asia.
* Today’s new videos can be viewed worldwide except in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, North Korea, South Korea, Laos, Macao, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Samoa (Western), Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, Italy, San Marino, and Vatican City.
Yu-Gi-Oh! 20th Anniversary Project
After 15 years, the Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters anime is restored in an HD remaster!
Broadcast begins Saturday, February 7 at 7:30 am on the TV Tokyo Network
My how time flies. After four years and three months on the BS Japan network, the Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters anime reruns end today, January 30, with episode 224. The series had been airing on the TV Tokyo-owned satellite network since October 2010. Prior to that, it enjoyed reruns on Animax and TV Tokyo. Beginning February 6, Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL take will take Duel Monsters’ 5:00 pm JST slot on BS Japan’s Yu-Gi-Oh! Hour.
But don’t expect Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters to fade away anytime soon. As a mainstay on Japanese television since its debut in April 2000, the series will return without skipping a beat next week in its newest incarnation, Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters: 20th Remaster! As first officially announced in Shueisha’s third 2015 issue of Weekly Shonen Jump, TV Tokyo and its sister stations will begin airing the remastered series on February 7 at 7:30 am JST. Several duels, including Yuugi vs. Kaiba and Jounouchi vs. Marik, will return in “remastered” forms in this version of the show. TV Tokyo opened an official website for the show last week, but it is still largely empty.
Tags: video game
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Arena, the free-to-play Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG simulator for the PC, will be shutting down operations on March 27, 2015. An announcement from Konami’s Duel Arena Team outlines the game’s schedule in its final weeks, while a post from the Team in the game’s forums calls the closing “permanent.”
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Arena had at times been criticized for its microtransactions model, which was different from and considerably more pricey than that in the Yu-Gi-Oh! Millennium Duels and Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Generation games. Players saw the writing on the wall when details about Duel Arena were abruptly removed from Konami’s TCG product page in late 2014, even though listings for Millennium Duels and Duel Generation (which were released before and after Duel Arena, respectively) remained on the page.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Arena formally launched in June 2014 after a month-long beta period. The browser game was the first Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG simulator for the PC to be released since the defunct Yu-Gi-Oh! Online game series.
Farewell, friends. ‘Til we meet again!
The Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s manga will end with chapter 66, out this Wednesday, January 21 in Shueisha’s March issue of V Jump magazine. According to the leaked scan, the ninth and final graphic novel volume of the series will be released in Japan on June 5 and will include a special Yusei vs. Jack chapter.
Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s is written by Masahiro Hikokubo with art by Masashi Sato and is an adaptation of the anime series of the same name. It began serialization in V Jump in 2009. Seven volumes of the series have been published in Japan thus far, the most recent of which came out in March 2014. In North America, VIZ Media has released six volumes so far with the seventh scheduled for March 2015.