Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS (TV)

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Alternative title:
遊☆戯☆王VRAINS (Japanese)
Plot Summary: The city where network systems are developed: Den City. The giant company SOL Technology Co. is based there, and it uses advanced technology that it created to construct "LINK VRAINS," a virtual-reality space. In LINK VRAINS, a mysterious hacking group that hacks through duels called "The Hanoi Knights" appears. Their goal is to bring about the destruction of the "World of AI: Cyverse" that exists somewhere in the network. However, there is one duelist in LINK VRAINS willing to stand up to this threat. His name is Playmaker. Playmaker defeats The Hanoi Knights in a fierce duel, and then leaves without saying a word. Playmaker's real identity is the high school student Yūsaku Fujiki. For Yūsaku, he spends so much time in LINK VRAINS because he is searching for the truth to an incident that happened in his past.
Running time: half hour
Vintage: 2017-05-10
Opening Theme:
#1: "With The Wind" by Hiroaki "TOMMY" Tominaga
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Masahiro Hosoda
Series Composition: Shin Yoshida
Original creator: Kazuki Takahashi
Character Design: Ken'ichi Hara
Sound Director: Hiroki Matsuoka

Duel Layout: Masahiro Hikokubo
Theme Song Performance: Hiroaki "Tommy" Tominaga (OP#1)
Shōya Ishige as Yūsaku Fujiki/Playmaker
Yuki Nakashima as Aoi Zaizen/Blue Angel

Daiki Hamano as Gō Onizuka/Go Onizuka
Shunsuke Takeuchi as Revolver
Subaru Kimura as Shōichi Kusanagi
Takahiro Sakurai as Ignis

Chiharu Sawashiro as Naoki Shima
Shouma Yamamoto as Aki Zaizen
Yuna Kamakura as Ema Bessho
Japanese companies
Animation Production: GALLOP
Production:
NAS
TV Tokyo
English staff
English companies
(none)
Internet Streaming: Crunchyroll (simulcast)
English cast
(none)

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