Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Spirit Caller

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Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Spirit Caller
Box art
Names
EnglishYu-Gi-Oh! GX Spirit Caller
Development
PlatformNintendo DS
DeveloperKonami
PublisherKonami
Release dates
JapaneseNovember 30, 2006
North AmericanJanuary 2, 2007
Links

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Spirit Caller, known as Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX Spirit Summoner (ゆうおうデュエルモンスターズGX SPIRITスピリット SUMMONERサモナー) in Japanese, is a video game for the Nintendo DS. You can use the Nintendo Wi-Fi connection to battle duelists from all over the world! Duel together with your spirits! Includes over 1400 of the latest cards.

Story[edit]

The player is on a ship, on their way to Duel Academy, with their friends Jaden Yuki and Syrus Truesdale. The player is placed in the Slifer Red dorm, and soon after, strange things begin to happen. As soon as these odd occurrences begin, you start hearing the voice of a duel spirit. This spirit is a good spirit and will help you duel and solve the mysteries surrounding the Duel Academy.

The story loosely follows the events of the anime, only the player takes place of Jaden's duels. Such as Dimitri stealing Yugi's Deck, and the player getting it back. The game mostly covers the anime, from the beginning to the Dark Zane arc. Because the game is based on the anime, some major and minor characters will appear. It also includes a lot of characters exclusive to Spirit Caller; they are featured as minor characters. You will later duel all 7 Shadow Riders and other parts of Season One then you will enter a tournament after.

Features[edit]

  • Head to head worldwide dueling via the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection
  • Based on the top-rated Yu-Gi-Oh! GX series from Cartoon Network
  • Includes 1,440 cards, up to "Cyberdark Impact".
  • Create and edit the look of your character
  • Each game includes three exclusive trading cards

Game info[edit]

Characters[edit]

Locations[edit]

Light HouseRed DormDuel AcademyBlue DormBlue Girls' DormYellow DormHot SpringsDuel Academy Island map
Click on a location to view the area's article.

Locations in the game include:

Promotional cards[edit]

Guidebook[edit]

Gallery[edit]

Credits[edit]

Operation Staff
Original Character & Monster Design
Direction & Game Design
  • Masakuni Nakazawa
Program
  • Yukihiro Hojo
  • Hidehito Uchida
  • Makoto Itakura
  • Yoshio Nishiguchi
  • Yuichi Kobayashi
  • Kohei Kawaji
  • Hideyuki Takahashi
Graphics
  • Satoshi Yoshimitsu
  • Ryo Kato
  • Natsuyo Tanaka
  • Takeshi Watanabe
  • Yuki Kato
  • Yuji Kubo
  • Tomoji Omotani
  • FLAME, Inc.
Sound
  • Hiroshi Tanabe
  • Tatsuya Mizuno
  • Maki Kirioka
  • Tsutomu Watanabe
  • Kiyoko Kumasaka
  • Yasuhisa Ito
Package & Manual Design
  • Takeshi Urabe
  • Fujio Masuda
  • Koji Namikoshi
  • Norie Sasaki
  • Yuko Ishii
  • Sakiko Tanaka
  • Akio Masuda
Translation
  • Arthur "Sam" Murakami
Special Thanks To
Fontworks International Limited
Shueisha
  • Masana Takahashi
  • Naoki Kawashima
  • Hiroshi Kondoh
  • Tomoyuki Shima
  • Daisuke Terashi
  • SASAKI Hisashi
  • Masahiko Ibaraki
  • Kazuhiko Torishima
Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc
  • Shoji Dewa
  • Akihiro Takatoku
  • Yoshiomi Kozako
  • Katsuhiro Nakayama
  • Yoko Sekiguchi
  • Hiroki Muraoka
  • Horishi Akiyama
  • Toshiyuki Yagashiro
  • Naruki Umemura
  • Atsunori Eda
  • Tsuyoshi Arayashiki
  • Mami Miyazaki
  • Kanako Tsubaki
  • Yasuto Suzuki
  • Tetsuya Hiyoshi
  • Kazumi Kitaue
  • Shinichi Hanamoto
  • Michihiro Ishizuka
Producer
  • Takeshi Kameta
Executive Producer
  • Fumiaki Tanaka
  • Toru Hagihara
PRESENTED BY
  • Konami

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