Interesting Facts About YuGiOh

If you address yourself as a 90’s kid, it is safe to say that you are probably aware of YuGiOh, if you haven’t; the anime broke into mainstream once it started airing on local and international TV channels. Of course, the version that was being offered was dubbed, but still, the anime amassed a loyal fan following and quickly became a hit in the Western countries. With that in mind, you can even play the YuGiOh games on your Game Boy Advance, and if you don’t have that handheld console, you can always download an emulator, coupled with a YuGiOh GBA rom, and you are good to go.

The article is going to focus on some of the interesting facts about YuGiOh that many people might not be aware of. So, with that in mind, let us go ahead and have a look, shall we?

The Meaning

For people who are not aware of Japanese Language, the word YuGiOh might not mean a lot, but the truth is that there is actual meaning behind it. In Japanese, YuGiOh means “King of Games”. At first, I did not really get the point, but now I understand all the grandeur that is shown in the anime, as well as the games that followed through. Impressive to say the least.

It is Pretty Big Part of Japanese Culture

Although it might not look like it, but you need to understand that the YuGiOh card game is something that happens to be a vital part of Japanese culture. Sure, people in other countries might not be aware of this that much, but it is very apparent from the way YuGiOh is treated in Japan, and has been treated the same way for several years. For a country that is largely called out for being inspired by Western culture, this is a huge thing.