Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Falsebound Kingdom

aka: Yu-Gi-Oh!: El Salto del Reino Animal, Yu-Gi-Oh!: Il Regno dell'Illusione, Yu-Gi-Oh!: Königreich der Illusionen, Yu-Gi-Oh!: L'Empire des Illusions
Moby ID: 14912
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The young boy Yugi Muto, his friend Joey Wheeler, and other characters from the Yu-Gi-Oh! manga are sucked into a virtual game created by a mad scientist named Scott Irvine, who wants revenge against Seto Kaiba, the CEO of Kaiba Corporation, for firing him. The player has a choice between two scenarios, playing as either Yugi, the main hero of the manga, or Kaiba, his antagonist. Both will eventually have to stop the emperor Heishin from taking over the world, at the same time trying to stop Scott Irvine, and face the creatures that stand on their path to freedom: the Egyptian gods Obelisk, Slifer, and Ra.

Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Falsebound Kingdom is a real-time strategy game with elements of a turn-based RPG. Most of the gameplay consists of navigating troops (commanded by a marshal), battling imperial forces and trying to emerge victorious in order to advance the storyline. Captured towns can be fortified; armories and infirmaries can be built in order to provide supplies and healing for the marshals. The actual battles are handled in a Japanese-style turn-based RPG fashion, the characters exchanging blows until either the player-controlled party or the opponents are defeated.

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Credits (GameCube version)

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Original Character Design
Original Monster Design
Scenario Drafts
Executive Producer
  • Truth
Game Design
  • Truth
  • Truth
Programming Director
  • Jun
Story Programming
Field Programming
Special Effects Programming
Art Work Director
Monster Modeling & Motion
Monster Base Artwork
Game Parts Graphics
Field Design
3D Stage Graphics
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The US and Belgian/Dutch releases include three official limited edition game cards.


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Game added by Exodia85.

Additional contributors: Jeanne, Apogee IV, Sciere, Alaka, Yearman, Hipolito Pichardo.

Game added September 22, 2004. Last modified February 22, 2023.