Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Dark Side of Dimensions Film's 2nd Teaser Streamed
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The video reveals that those who pre-order tickets to the film starting on Saturday will receive a Blue Eyes White Dragon card. The card is limited to 200,000 copies. Those who pre-order tickets starting on May 3 will receive a different as-yet unrevealed present.
Additionally, those who see the film during different weeks will also receive specific cards:
- April 23-29 - Gandora X the Dragon of Destruction card
- April 30-May 6 - Lord Gaia the Fierce Knight card
- May 7-13 - Lemon Magician Girl card
- May 14-20 - secret card
The film's staff had revealed a new poster visual earlier on Friday, which featured the text "Fight for what you believe in."
The staff had streamed the first teaser video in Japanese and English in July.
The previously announced returning cast and characters include:
- Shunsuke Kazama as Yūgi Mutō
- Kenjiro Tsuda as Seto Kaiba
- Hidehiro Kikuchi as Hiroto Honda (Tristan Taylor)
- Hiroki Takahashi as Katsuya Jōnōchi (Joey Wheeler)
- Junko Takeuchi as Mokuba Kaiba
- Maki Saitou as Anzu Masaki (Téa Gardener)
- Rica Matsumoto as Ryō Bakura
Actor Kento Hayashi in his first voice acting role as Aigami, a mysterious boy who appeared before Yūgi and the others as they went about their usual daily life.
Kana Hanazawa as Sera, a mysterious girl who accompanies Hayashi's character Aigami.
Satoshi Hino as Mani, who travels with Aigami to perform their mission.
Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine previously teased the film's story, which takes place six months after the end of the manga:
In the past Yūgi Yami and Kaiba have clashed many times!! Yami Yūgi, who resides in Yūgi Mutō's body, and Kaiba will have a duel that bets their prides and accepts each other's mutual experience.
Yu-Gi-Oh! manga creator Kazuki Takahashi is in charge of the film's script and character designs, and is also serving as chief production supervisor. Satoshi Kuwabara (Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal, Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal II) is directing the film.
The film will open on April 23 in Japan, and in late 2016 outside of Japan.
Source: Comic Natalie