Yu-Gi-Oh! GO RUSH!! Confirmed by Konami Cross Media [GO RUSH!!]

Nothing terribly specific mentioned, just that Konami Cross Media has it.

Mark Kirk of Konami Cross Media NY confirms that his company has multiple Yu-Gi-Oh! series to offer, including the new entry Yu-Gi-Oh! GO RUSH!!

Mr. Kirk explains that the audience for the franchise has never been stronger, and the new entry includes new Monsters and new powerful Spells, and that this is the 25th anniversary of the Trading Card Game.

YGOrganization will mention details about GO RUSH!! and its possible worldwide release as they become available.


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4 thoughts on “Yu-Gi-Oh! GO RUSH!! Confirmed by Konami Cross Media [GO RUSH!!]

  • October 2, 2023 at 1:46 pm

    Mmmm. I’m surprised that there is news about the GO RUSH Dub, I thought it would take 1 or 2 years like it did with the SEVENS Dub (I mean, the SEVENS Dub started being made when SEVENS ended)

    Although well, one wonders if the GO RUSH Dub is being made some time after finishing SEVENS Dub: which would give weight to the theory that the SEVENS Dub was made in mind thinking that they would make GO RUSH Dub.

    • October 2, 2023 at 2:00 pm

      Duel Links and other anime inspired projects likely accelerated the timeline – by this point next year, the dub should either be airing or in post production due to GO RUSH World. Plus, two of the biggest hurdles of any dub – voice work and distribution – would be easier to settle than they would have in SEVENS. Many of the GO RUSH characters would have the same VAs as their SEVENS counterparts, and KCM would use the same streaming services and networks that they already employed for SEVENS.
      There was also the whole “is this even worth dubbing and localizing without a supplementary card product?” concern which may have stalled the SEVENS dub even further but will not be an issue here.

    • October 2, 2023 at 2:32 pm

      Part of the issue was that the dub for VRAINS didn’t end until September of 2021, by which point SEVENS was already mostly done

  • October 2, 2023 at 2:31 pm

    While not technically confirming or announcing it, I imagine this means that a dub of it is in the works to at least some degree. I really enjoyed the dub of Sevens, so I’m looking forward to the inevitable dub of Go Rush. I just really wish Konami was actually supporting the modern anime here in the US outside of just doing the dub itself.

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