Yu-Gi-Oh! Episodes in English, German, Portuguese, Spanish on YouTube

November 9, 2016 at 5:00 pm | Posted in Duel Monsters, Yu-Gi-Oh! | 5 Comments
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Yami Yugi activating a card in episode 72

Yu-Gi-Oh! fans around the world, unite! In a pleasant surprise, 4K Media (Konami) today added several episodes of the classic Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters anime to its official YouTube channel at YouTube.com/Yugioh in English, German, Portuguese (Brazilian and European), and Spanish (Latin American).

“Leading up to the release of Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions, the original and U.S. producers have selected their favorite stories from the original series,” explains 4K Media in the episodes’ playlists. “These will serve as the perfect refresher before you see the movie. Check back often as new episodes will be featured. As always, you can go to Yugioh.com to watch more.”

Here is what’s available so far:

English – Playlist:

German – Playlist:

Portuguese (Brazil) – Playlist:

Portuguese (Europe) – Playlist:

Spanish (Latin America) – No Playlist:

Be sure to subscribe to the official Yu-Gi-Oh! YouTube channel to keep up with all of the newest videos.

Update (November 10): Updated links to mislabeled BRA and LAS episodes and playlists.

Update (December 2): Added Episode 23 (English, German).

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  1. Whoa, awesome! I’ve always wanted to watch Yu-Gi-Oh! to practice my Spanish and German, so this is great. :)

  2. I loooove watching Yu-Gi-Oh! in foreign languages. I used to be a big linguistics nerd years ago.

  3. I love Kaiba’s and Pegasus’ German voices so much!
    btw, the audio is rather low-quality and, more importantly, asynchronous in some of these episodes, isn’t it?

  4. It looks like only the 1st episodes of Portuguese (Brazil) and Spanish (Latin America) are switched. The rest of the episodes appear to be in the correct language on their respective playlists.

  5. @dantini I haven’t watched them all yet; I only took a quick peek for now. If you are able to describe the specific video problems and where you see them, I’m sure 4K Media would appreciate an alert. Go to Yugioh.com, scroll to the very bottom, and click the “Contact” link.
     
    @Dubbs Thanks, you’re right. I originally only briefly looked at the first episode for each language. I will update my post.


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