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Konami Plans To Make My Yu-Gi-Oh Childhood Dream Into A Reality!

As a Yu-Gi-Oh fan, I’ve always dreamed of playing Yu-Gi-Oh like the way I’ve seen it in the anime. Summoning monsters, calling out attacks and pretending getting hit by an attack hurts like hell. Well, Konami apparently  share the same dream as well as they plan on making Yu-gi-oh a damm reality.

I tried looking for the source of this news but I had difficulty finding it for myself. However, I did hear it first from a YouTuber by the name of Tokyosaurus who made a video highlighting Konami’s future plans. You can check out the video below:

Anyways, I wanted to give you guys my thoughts on this ambitious project. I’m all for it of course. This is something that I’ve personally been wanting to see happen for such a long ass time, second to the hover board and NetNavis/ (PET). As Tokyosaurus mentioned in the video, this could in fact open up doors for a new type of e-sport, the likes of which we’ve never seen before. And if it’s supported, more and more card games company could jump in on the hype-wagon too.

According to Konami, they’re using a advanced image recognition technology that enables them to easily scan the already existing Yu-Gi-Oh cards That’t pretty impressive.

I don’t know about you guys but, I’m first in line to buy a duel disk if Konami manages to pull this of and take out any of the cringe that might come from it….actually scratch that, I would still play it. This is honestly a huge feat in virtual reality augmentation and I can’t wait to see it become a reality

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