Yu-Gi-Oh! Early Days Collection for Nintendo Switch and Steam

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Yu-Gi-Oh! Early Days Collection, a compilation of the early Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise video games, is announced in the West for Nintendo Switch and Steam.

Yu-Gi-Oh!, the famous manga by Kazuki Takahashi that became one of the most prolific Japanese franchises, will have a new video game for Nintendo Switch and Steam compiling the early games of the saga.

Yu-Gi-Oh! Early Days Collection was announced yesterday in Japan, and today Konami has also confirmed it for the West. It is a compilation of the early games of the saga.

So far, two of the games that are part of the collection have been confirmed: Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters 4: Battle of Great Duelists for the Game Boy Color (2000) and Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters 6: Expert 2 for the Game Boy Advance (2001).

Currently, there is no confirmed release date. More information will be provided in the coming months.

The first Yu-Gi-Oh! games including some never before released in the West

This compilation will bring together the first games in the history of Yu-Gi-Oh! and note that some of them were never released in the West. Yu-Gi-Oh! has had 56 total games, and the first one was Yu-Gi-Oh! Monster Capsule: Breed and Battle on the PlayStation in 1998, which was only released in Japan.

The first Yu-Gi-Oh game released in the West was Yu-Gi-Oh! Forbidden Memories for PlayStation, but the saga became more common on portable consoles, Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance, which replicated the card battles on consoles.

Konami will also be expanding Yu-Gi-Oh into other formats: Virtual Reality, in the form of immersive experiences showcased at Japanese fairs.

Kazuki Takahashi, creator of Yu-Gi-Oh!, died in 2022 in an accident. The most recent Yu-Gi-Oh video game is Master Duel, from 2022, a free to play with over 10,000 unique cards and HD graphics that depict the battles in great detail.

We look forward to getting more details from Konami about Yu-Gi-Oh! Early Days Collection, a great opportunity for Yu-Gi-Oh fans to learn about the origins of this saga with games never before released in the West.

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