After Graduation: Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions Sneak Peek Video

January 7, 2017 at 6:00 pm | Posted in English dubbed, Konami, The Dark Side of Dimensions, Yu-Gi-Oh! | 16 Comments
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What will Yugi and his friends do after they graduate high school? Find out in this exclusive sneak peek of Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions!

Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions opens in U.S. theaters on January 27. Visit yugiohtickets.com to find a theater near you and buy tickets. New locations are being added all the time!

Tea Gardner holding up an octopus-shaped hot dog in Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions

Bakura and Joey eating lunch in Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions

Tristan Taylor talking about his plans after high school in Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions

So, where do you think Téa will be studying? Will Joey really make it as a professional duelist? And what type of game might Yugi design? Whatever it is, I want to play it!

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  1. Where did you get this clip?

  2. It’s an exclusive clip 4K Media provided me. Aren’t you glad you read this tiny website of mine? ;)

  3. Wow, congrats on the exclusive clip! It was sweet just watching the gang (including Bakura, yay) hang around.

  4. Still not a huge fan of 4K still Americanizing the franchise with replaced music, paint edits and replaced sound effects etc., but it’s really nice to hear the original English cast again after such a long time. It’s kind of like a high school reunion.

  5. I wonder if Joey’s lines about wrestling are translated accurately from the Japanese version…

  6. @Jo I also really love seeing moments like this where Yugi and the gang are just hanging out like ordinary kids, not stressing out about a duel or saving the world or whatever. It’s really endearing.
     
    @Damon Brett I’m impressed by how the voice actors still sound so spot-on after all these years. The music and sound effects replacements aren’t done to Americanize the franchise. Like so many things in business and life, the changes are driven by money. As for the paint edits, most people probably don’t want to see Japanese cards and newspaper articles. The fact that they were originally in Japanese is because Yu-Gi-Oh! is a Japanese product. If Yu-Gi-Oh! were made in another country, I’d expect all of the text to be in the local language of that country. Ultimately, it doesn’t matter much anyway, does it? Yu-Gi-Oh! takes place in a fictional world. We just gotta get over the “zomg it’s a little bit different than the original so it’s automatically wrong!!” mindset.
     
    @dantini I dunno. It matches his behavior in that scene and doesn’t seem completely out of place so I’m not gonna worry about it. I want to enjoy the movie for what it is without wondering every moment if something has been changed.

  7. So, there is no edits? They kept everything the same?

  8. On YouTube, 4K Media left a comment that says: “The movie hasn’t been, nor will it be, censored or cut for the theatrical or home video release. The only changes in the English version are English cards and signs appearing in the film. If the Japanese version had been rated by the MPAA it would receive the same rating because it’s the same film.”
     
    (The link doesn’t seem to jump directly to that comment, but if you sort by “Top Comments” and look at the comment thread for “Lil Duelist” you’ll see it.)

  9. I can imagine Téa studying in a prestigious dance program at an American university. I remember in Toei Animation series, she demonstrated to Aileen Rao her ability in ballet. She could either audition for a company or study a degree in dance altogether depending on what she wants to do. Also, it wouldn’t surprise me if Téa practiced other forms of dance besides ballet.

    As Joey, he does have what it takes to be a professional duelist. Mainly cause I have seen his rapid growth and improvement throughout the series. Plus, he’s ranked as one of the top duelists in the world so I can’t see why he won’t make it as a professional. I hope he passes math though!

    Kazuki Takahashi did post an illustration of Kaiba, Mokuba, and Yugi that takes place 4 years after The Dark Side of Dimensions. Yugi designed a game prototype called Spherium II and it looks like a fighting game. Someone translated his captions here. http://kazuki-yugioh-en.tumblr.com/post/152294876810/an-illustration-of-a-future-tidbit-of-the-movies

  10. Poor Bakura. No one wants to know what his plans are for the future. :(

  11. @DISNEYGIRL I imagine Téa studying dance in a big city like New York. I think she has the mental toughness and determination to make it in a competitive city like that. It’s cool you remembered that story with Aileen Rao. For Joey to be a pro, I think he still needs to sharpen his skills some more to get even closer to Yugi and Kaiba’s level. But he already has the grit and personality to attract a big audience, that’s for sure. I hope Konami publishes Yugi’s game some day so we can all say that we’re playing the game that the legendary Yugi Muto designed.
     
    @Charles Martin I noticed that too! All I have to say is…I wonder why Bakura is so mysterious…

  12. I’m so glad that they brought back the original cast, they sound great. P.S. Does anybody know if this movie will be playing in San Francisco?

  13. Check yugiohtickets.com. Right now the only theater listed within San Francisco itself is the Presidio Theatre in the Marina District. More locations will be added up to the release date, so keep checking back. Also, let your local theater know on FB/Twitter that you want them to show the movie. Movie theaters do listen!

  14. Thank you so much for letting me know. I’ll try to make it to the theater. P.S. I don’t have a facebook or twitter.

  15. You could also try calling your local theater. Be like, “Hello, I’m wondering if you have any showings scheduled for the Yu-Gi-Oh! movie later this month and if tickets are available for sale. …Oh, you’re not playing it? My friends and I would love to see it. Any chance you could show it?” Like that.

  16. I don’t have a local theater that I usual go to, I barely go to the theater at all (unless there’s an anime movie playing for a limited time). P.S. I don’t have friends, but I do have brothers.


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