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  • Audio Rating: A+
  • Video Rating: A+
  • Packaging Rating: A+
  • Menus Rating: C
  • Extras Rating: F
  • Age Rating: All
  • Region: 2 - Japan
  • Released By: Other
  • Disc Resolution: 480i/p (mixed/unknown)
  • Disc Encoding: MPEG-2
  • Series: YuGiOh

Yu-Gi-Oh! Turn 7

    January 01, 2000

What They Say

The Review!

Being a Region 2 disc, Japanese is the only audio given. The voice acting is great, and I didn't notice any problems.


The video is excellent and I didn't notice any errors here either.


The packaging has a cool picture of both Yugi and Yami Yugi on it with a green and blue background.


All it is is a chapter selection screen, nothing more.


Nothing except a sticker.

Content: (May Contain Spoilers)

This disc contains 4 episodes to Yu-Gi-Oh!, which take place during the Duelist Kingdom arc.

The first episode (Episode 25) starts off with Yugi's lost to Kaiba, and Mai starts to yell at Yugi for getting depressed, and Anzu challenges her to a duel.

The second episode (Ep 26) starts off with Yugi and the gang going to Pegasus' castle to enter the finals. When they are there they find Pegasus about to duel Kaiba, who wants his brother's soul back, but in order to do so, he must win the duel.

The third episode (Ep 27) continues the battle between Kaiba and Pegasus, and no matter what Kaiba does, Pegasus comes out on top.

Finally the last episode (Ep 28), takes a break from the duels after Pegasus defeated Kaiba, and has also stolen his soul. Yugi, Mai, Jounouchi, and Bandit Keith are each told who will duel whom. Everyone goes to bed, but Yugi can't sleep, and wakes up hearing his grandfathers soul, and both Kaiba brothers' as well. Anzu, Honda, and Bakura sneak up into Pegasus' tower to find out how he is cheating, since that is the only way he could've beaten Kaiba.

While the episodes on this disc aren't as good as others, it is nice to see Yu-Gi-Oh! in it's original uncut format, and not some stupid crap on tv. If you don't mind there being no subs, and want to see Yu-Gi-Oh1 in it's original format, then this disc is highly recommended.

Japanese Language

Review Equipment
27 inch Toshiba TV and Akai DVP760 Player


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