Tags: #yugioh!, dd16, dirtydude16, megavideo, ouji- & co, ouji- & hina, streams page
Day six, the final day of Watch Yu-Gi-Oh! Online Week, is here! And as you’ve probably realized by now, I’ve saved the best series for last! Today, I’ve added a new index for streaming subbed Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters episodes. Yes, all 224 episodes of the exciting, original, uncut Japanese-language version with English subtitles are now at your fingertips, ready to be streamed!
As with the streaming Yu-Gi-Oh! Series 1 episodes and movie added earlier in the week, these episodes are hosted on Megavideo. Megavideo doesn’t restrict its videos to a maximum length, so there’s no need to split up the episodes or download any additional software to upload and playback a half-hour show.
These are the exact same episodes that are listed on my Duel Monsters downloads index, with episodes fansubbed by #yugioh!, dirtydude16 (dd16), Ouji- & Co, and Ouji- & Hina, plus Hong Kong bootleg DVD rips for the remaining episodes. I don’t have much more to add about this series that I haven’t already said in the past, so… enjoy!
Thanks for sticking around this week while I updated this website with all of those new pages! I hope current and future visitors will find the indexes for streaming videos to be a useful and convenient addition. As the dust settles, if anyone notices anything odd or broken anywhere on the site, please let me know, because those things tend to happen when I’m doing big updates like this. XP
Tags: megavideo, movie, streams page, tv-nihon
It’s day four of Watch Yu-Gi-Oh! Online Week! After adding an index for streaming Yu-Gi-Oh! Series 1 episodes yesterday, I’m following up by giving the series’ accompanying movie its own page! Check out this 30-minute Yu-Gi-Oh! classic, now streaming on Megavideo! The movie is fansubbed by TV-Nihon and is also available for download.
Like the 27-episode series that preceded it, this short theatrical film is also titled “Yu-Gi-Oh!” and was released in Japanese theaters in 1999. Fans often call this film “Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie” so as not to confuse the two. The movie serves well as a bridge between the first and second Yu-Gi-Oh! series by providing a greater focus on the mechanics of the Duel Monsters card game than the first series did.
Tags: megavideo, streams page, tv-nihon
Today is day three of Watch Yu-Gi-Oh! Online Week and streaming episodes of the critically acclaimed first series of Yu-Gi-Oh! have made their way to their own new page! The episodes are hosted on Megavideo, which allows for the uploading and playback of a full half-hour episode without the need to split up the video or download additional software. The episodes are fansubbed by TV-Nihon and are the same ones already available for direct download.
Simply titled “Yu-Gi-Oh!” and containing just 27 episodes, this first Yu-Gi-Oh! series was released in 1998 and is an adaption of the stories told in the first seven volumes of the Yu-Gi-Oh! manga. Fans have also called it “Yu-Gi-Oh! Season 0,” “Yu-Gi-Oh! Toei Version,” and “Yu-Gi-Oh! The Shadow Games” to distinguish it from the lengthy Duel Monsters series released in 2000.