Action Level: 3/5
As mentioned before, the monsters actually battle, it's not a "this monster's stronger
so the other monster's destroyed" kind of thing that the original series did. I'd like to see more of this "extended
Romance Level: 2/5
This is 4-Kids so of course they're going to water down any sign of personal interaction
between characters. Of course considering this is the 21st century, if you ask me, it might not make too many people
upset if you just show some affection. Is that too much to ask? Apparently it is.
Comedy Level: 2/5
Joey and Tristan's can-can dance was funny.
Adult Level: 1/5
Okay, so earlier I was complaining about watering down. I'd just like to continue
that rant. I mean in the flashback where Tea tells the history of Alexander, she says that his defeat was so devastating
that he "never recovered." I don't care if you have to match the word movements or not, its okay to say the word 'death.'
Particularly since the character was already dead. Good grief.
Drama Level: 2/5
The drama was on par with the original series.
Overall Level: 3/5
Yu-Gi-Oh! fans rejoice, the series is not entirely dead yet. As long as independents
like this is produced, I say the series has another good 2 or 3 years left.