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Shoddy Classic Yugioh ripoff, or Deus-Tier Classic Yugioh ripoff?
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Neither
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>implying 5
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It's Mondaiji with random games instead of fighting/gift games.
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>>115347254
Then what the fuck is it then? It's basically Classic Yugioh, but newer, shorter, and with more dick jokes
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>>115347389
Except it's not Yugioh because no one dies in Shadow Games and the games are all for fun more or less
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>>115347211
nothing to do with yugioh
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Deus-tier ripoff. Shit's great.
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>>115348774
>Jackpot Jiro: burned to death when a lit cigarette fell in a puddle of 90% vodka (changed to mindfuck in anime)
>Anzu: nearly dropped off a several story building (note: almost happened, but didn't)
>Hirutani's gang: electrocuted.
Read the manga.
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>>115348774
>no one dies in Shadow Games
Ah to be ignorant.
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>>115350283
In NGNL no one dies is the point, that's the difference I was pointing out
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>>115350392
>No one dies in NGNL
3 words: CREATION WORD CHAIN
damn, talk about overkill
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I just really liked the red outlines, not sure why though.
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>>115348774
>the games are all for fun more or less
Well world quest is pretty fun I guess.
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>>115350818
Damn Shiro is fine.



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