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Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS

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Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINSゆうおう VRAINSヴレインズYū☆Gi☆Ō Vureinzu

Anime series
Directed by

Hosoda Masahiro[1]

Studio

Studio Gallop[1]

Network

Flag of Japan TV Tokyo

Original run

May 10, 2017 —

No. of episodes

3

Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS[2] is the sixth Yu-Gi-Oh! anime series and the fifth main spin-off series, which began airing in Japan on May 10, 2017, following the end of Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V. It airs in Japan every Wednesday at 6:25 pm Japanese Standard Time. This series airs alongside reruns of Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL as part of BS Japan's Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Hour block.

The series will star a new protagonist, Yusaku Fujiki, and takes place in a high-school setting, featuring Virtual Reality Duels in a cyberspace constructed with Link VRAINS, the latest in virtual-reality technology. As with the previous three spin-off series, Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS introduces (and focuses on) a new type of Summoning called Link Summon.

Story

VRAINS-VR Form Promo

Promo art of Yusaku Fujiki and "Decode Talker".

The series is based in a world roughly 10 years from now where a massive Virtual Reality Network called LINK VRAINS has been established. It’s a suspense thriller style story where Yusaku fights in order to learn the truth of events in the past.

The sixth series focuses on Yusaku Fujiki, a high-schooler and a hacker who doesn't like standing out. However, he gets drawn into encounters with people as he tries out Dueling for once.

There is a city where network systems have evolved: Den City. In this city, with the advanced network technology developed by the corporation "SOL Technology", a Virtual Reality space called "Link VRAINS" (Link Virtual Reality Artificial Intelligence Network System) has been developed. By using Link VRAINS which was built inside the Network System, Duels unfold where Duelists change their appearance separate from their real life identities, and in this VR Space people became excited over the latest way to Duel.

Vrains Promo Poster

Poster for Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS

However, in "LINK VRAINS", a mysterious hacker group that hacks via Dueling has appeared: The Knights of Hanoi. Their goal is to destroy the "AI World" known as "Cyberse" that exists somewhere in the depths of the Network.

However, there is one Duelist who stands against the threat to "LINK VRAINS". His name is "Playmaker". He has become famous in the Network World for crushing the "Knights of Hanoi" in fierce Duels, without mentioning his name. But the true identity of "Playmaker" is ordinary high school student "Yusaku Fujiki", who pursues the "Knights of Hanoi" that appear in VRAINS in order to find out the truth of an incident that happened in his past.

The show's theme is "Take a step forward, and try!", on the premise that kids should start to try things out instead of just giving up at the first try due to being overwhelmed by information.[3]

Characters

Etymology

VRAINS is a combination of the acronyms VR, AI, and NS, standing for Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence, and Network System.[4]

Music

Opening themes

Japanese opening theme 1: With The Wind

  • Performer: Hiroaki "Tommy" Tominaga
  • Episodes: 001-???

Ending themes

Japanese ending theme 1: Believe In Magic

  • Performer: Ryoga
  • Episodes: 001-???

Episodes

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 YGOrganization Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS staff, cast and music information
  2. "The Organization | [Weekly Jump] Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS Revealed!". YGOrganization. February 16, 2017. https://ygorganization.com/sohowisthisnotstandingout/. Retrieved February 16, 2017.
  3. "The Organization". YGOrganization. December 17, 2016. https://ygorganization.com/jump-festa-2017-latest-information-stage/. Retrieved December 17, 2016.
  4. https://ygorganization.com/icantpossiblyfigurethisoutcanyou/

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