Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL World Duel Carnival

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Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL World Duel Carnival
Box art
Names
EnglishYu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL World Duel Carnival
Development
PlatformNintendo 3DS
DeveloperKonami
PublisherKonami
Release dates
JapaneseDecember 5, 2013[1]
North AmericanSeptember 25, 2014[2]
EuropeanJune 26, 2014[3]
Links

Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL World Duel Carnival, known as Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL Clash! Duel Carnival! (遊☆戯☆王ZEXAL 激突!デュエルカーニバル! Yū☆Gi☆Ō Zearu Gekitotsu! Dyueru Kānibaru!) in Japanese, is a Yu-Gi-Oh! video game for Nintendo 3DS based on the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game and Yu-Gi-Oh! Official Card Game as well as the Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL anime. It is named after the World Duel Carnival, a tournament in the Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL anime.

It is the first Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL video game, and the first Yu-Gi-Oh! video game to be released for Nintendo 3DS.

Features[edit]

  • Instead of downloadable content, the game has a Present Code system. Inputting special codes as Present Codes in the Main Menu, the player can acquire multiple items and Deck Recipes that are otherwise unobtainable. These codes were made available in Konami's website for the game and in other promotional material.
  • Contains more than 50 characters from the Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL anime, with 40 of them having storylines unique to themselves.
  • There is a Story Mode and a Free Duel Mode, in which the player can duel against more advanced Decks used by the characters faced in Story Mode.
  • Players can unlock Duelist Items to customize their sleeves and mats.
  • Characters can also be given any Deck Recipe for use in Free Duel Mode, including ones made by the player or ones that were received as Presents.

Localized releases of the game removed a large amount of content. There are no Duelist Profiles, no Ending Pictures, and no Device or Database modes. All Sleeves, Mats and Present Code items are unlocked from the start. The only playable characters are Yuma, Astral, ZEXAL, Tori, Reginald, Kite, Dr. Faker, Vetrix, Trey, Quattro, Alito and the player character.

Characters[edit]

The game's Duelist Directory lists a total of 80 characters.

Characters
  • Tier 1 characters (001 to 027) are the only ones with voice acting.
  • The player character is not listed in the Directory, but he is listed as Duelist 000 in Story Mode.
  • Kazuma Tsukumo, Mr. Heartland, Mayday Walker and May appear in story events, but do not duel.

Cards that are not in the TCG/OCG[edit]

There are 24 cards in Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL World Duel Carnival that do not have TCG/OCG counterparts.

Starting Decks[edit]

Player Recipes[edit]

The player character begins the game with the Deck Recipes for the 3 following Decks.

Present Deck Recipes[edit]

These Deck Recipes are unlocked through the use of Present Codes in the original release of the game. The codes for the seventh to twelfth Recipes are also Card Set Codes - they allow the player to use its cards in the Decks of any character during their respective storyline, even if they would normally be unable to use those cards.

  • These 6 Deck Recipes are unlocked with the Present Code かりすまでっき530076 and they are named after the franchise's Charisma characters.
  • This Deck Recipe is unlocked with the Present Code らいとろーど520463
  • This Deck Recipe is unlocked with the Present Code ましんぎあ812296
  • This Deck Recipe is unlocked with the Present Code おれのぼうそうでっき096331
  • This Deck Recipe is unlocked with the Present Code ゆうまでっき6111
  • This Deck Recipe is unlocked with the Present Code しゃーくでっき5505
  • This Deck Recipe is unlocked with the Present Code かいとでっき7005

Storyline Duel opponents[edit]

First event Second event Third event Top 8 Semi-Finals Finals
Yuma Tsukumo
  • Bronk Stone
  • Hart Tenjo
  • Kaze
  • Trey
  • Reginald Kastle
  • Kite Tenjo
Astral
  • Bronk Stone
  • Orbital 7
  • Scarlett Starling
  • Nistro
  • Reginald Kastle
  • Kite Tenjo
Zexal
  • Kite Tenjo
  • Number 96
  • Reginald Kastle
  • Vetrix
  • Dr. Faker
  • Vector
Tori Meadows
  • Jen
  • Cathy Katherine
  • Rio Kastle
  • Anna Kaboom
  • Kari Tsukumo
  • Yuma Tsukumo
Bronk Stone
  • Nistro
  • Anna Kaboom
  • Cathy Katherine
  • Kite Tenjo
  • Quattro
  • Reginald Kastle
Caswell Francis
  • Bronk Stone
  • Yuma Tsukumo
  • Reginald Kastle
  • Trey
  • Quinton
  • Quattro
Flip Turner
  • Dextra
  • Tombo Hillbitty
  • Orbital 7
  • Nistro
  • Quattro
  • Kite Tenjo
Cathy Katherine
  • Pip
  • Anna Kaboom
  • Kite Tenjo
  • Dextra
  • Tori Meadows
  • Yuma Tsukumo
Reginald Kastle
  • Bronk Stone
  • Trey
  • Quinton
  • Quattro
  • Yuma Tsukumo
  • Vetrix
Rio Kastle
  • Yuma Tsukumo
  • Trey
  • Tori Meadows
  • Quattro
  • Vetrix
  • Reginald Kastle
Kite Tenjo
  • Kaze
  • Yuma Tsukumo
  • Quattro
  • Quinton
  • Vetrix
  • Dr. Faker
Orbital 7
  • Flip Turner
  • Tori Meadows
  • Kari Tsukumo
  • Dextra
  • Cathy Katherine
  • Yuma Tsukumo
Nistro
  • Tombo Tillbitty
  • Flip Turner
  • Anna Kaboom
  • Dextra
  • The Sparrow
  • Yuma Tsukumo
Dextra
  • Kaze
  • Charlie McCay
  • Quinton
  • The Sparrow
  • Yuma Tsukumo
  • Vetrix
Dr. Faker
  • Trey
  • Quattro
  • Quinton
  • Reginald Kastle
  • Vetrix
  • Zexal
Trey
  • Nistro
  • Quattro
  • Yuma Tsukumo
  • Dextra
  • Quinton
  • Vetrix
Quattro
  • Bronk Stone
  • Caswell Francis
  • The Sparrow
  • Yuma Tsukumo
  • Rio Kastle
  • Reginald Kastle
Quinton
  • Orbital 7
  • Yuma Tsukumo
  • Dextra
  • Nistro
  • Kaze
  • Kite Tenjo
Vetrix
  • Orbital 7
  • Nistro
  • Quattro
  • Dextra
  • Yuma Tsukumo
  • Dr. Faker
Kaze
  • Quattro
  • Reginald Kastle
  • Yuma Tsukumo
  • Kite Tenjo
  • Quinton
  • Vetrix
Anna Kaboom
  • Cody Callus
  • The Sparrow
  • Quinton
  • Nistro
  • Brooke Walker
  • Yuma Tsukumo
Number 96
  • Flip Turner
  • Kaze
  • Cameron Clix
  • Bronk Stone
  • Trey
  • Astral
Girag
  • Striker Crossit
  • Caswell Francis
  • Pip
  • Nistro
  • Yuma Tsukumo
  • Kite Tenjo
Alito
  • Kaze
  • Quattro
  • Cathy Katherine
  • Nistro
  • Reginald Kastle
  • Yuma Tsukumo
Mizar
  • Kaze
  • Quattro
  • Nistro
  • Quinton
  • Yuma Tsukumo
  • Kite Tenjo
Dumon
  • Caswell Francis
  • Charlie McCay
  • Kaze
  • Quattro
  • Yuma Tsukumo
  • Reginald Kastle
Vector
  • Trey
  • Girag
  • Alito
  • Mizar
  • Kite Tenjo
  • Zexal
Ray Shadows
  • Pip
  • Brooke Walker
  • Tori Meadows
  • Flip Turner
  • Dextra
  • Yuma Tsukumo
Hart Tenjo
  • Yuma Tsukumo
  • Nistro
  • Quinton
  • Vetrix
  • Dr. Faker
  • Vector
The Sparrow
  • Nadine Fischer
  • Kari Tsukumo
  • Quattro
  • Brooke Walker
  • Nistro
  • Yuma Tsukumo
Striker Crossit
  • Yuma Tsukumo
  • Tombo Tillbitty
  • Cameron Clix
  • Nistro
  • Quattro
  • Vetrix
Cody Callus
  • Yuma Tsukumo
  • Bronk Stone
  • The Sparrow
  • Anna Kaboom
  • Nistro
  • Quinton
Tombo Tillbitty
  • Yuma Tsukumo
  • Dextra
  • Rio Kastle
  • Lotus Hanazoe
  • Anna Kaboom
  • Tori Meadows
Kari Tsukumo
  • Tori Meadows
  • The Sparrow
  • Cameron Clix
  • Striker Crossit
  • Charlie McCay
  • Yuma Tsukumo
Charlie McCay
  • Brooke Walker
  • Lotus Hanazoe
  • Anna Kaboom
  • Dextra
  • Rio Kastle
  • Kari Tsukumo
Cameron Clix
  • Tori Meadows
  • Cody Callus
  • Pip
  • Tombo Tillbitty
  • Striker Crossit
  • Kari Tsukumo
Pip
  • Nistro
  • Tori Meadows
  • The Sparrow
  • Reginald Kastle
  • Cathy Katherine
  • Quattro
Lotus Hanazoe
  • Caswell Francis
  • Tombo Tillbitty
  • Scarlett Starling
  • Kite Tenjo
  • Reginald Kastle
  • Rio Kastle
Brooke Walker
  • Anna Kaboom
  • Lotus Hanazoe
  • Scarlett Starling
  • Kari Tsukumo
  • Dextra
  • Dr. Faker
Scarlett Starling
  • Reginald Kastle
  • Yuma Tsukumo
  • Quattro
  • Kite Tenjo
  • Quinton
  • Girag

The player character's own storyline has them dueling against all playable characters. The final opponents are Reginald, Kite and Zexal, but all other characters can be dueled against in any order.

Promotional cards[edit]

Gallery[edit]

Covers[edit]

Video[edit]

Credits[edit]

Operation Staff
Original Character & Monster Design
  • Kazuki Takahashi
Producer
  • Koji Yamamoto
Director
  • KENYoU
KONAMI Unit
Production assistant
  • Satoshi Yoshimitsu
  • Akinobu Goto
Duel programming
  • Hideyuki Takahashi
  • Akihiro Yamane
Program assistant
  • Shota Fukuda
Chief designer
  • Yasuhiko Tanaka
Designer
  • Yuji Kubo
  • Yuki Kato
Design assistant
  • Yutaka Ochiai
  • Yasunori Kobayashi
Sound director
  • Takeshi Iwakiri
Recording engineer
  • Atsushi Sato
Deck configuration
  • Satoshi Yoshimitsu
  • Akinobu Goto
  • Yuji Kubo
  • Monitoring group
Package production
  • Masafumi Kikuchi
Package production cooperation
  • Noriko Noguchi
  • Toru Murakami
Site design
  • Koji Hatano
Bug check
  • Monitoring group
  • Kazuyuki Yamamoto
  • Satoshi Sawada
  • Yusuke Takano
  • Masaya Katada
  • Satoshi Kubota
  • Yuki Hagiwara
  • Shuta Mikami
TENKY Unit
Development producer
  • Nobuko Narita
Development director
  • Hiroshi Teshima
  • Daisuke Shimizu
Main programming
  • Takuya Ito
Sub programming
  • Kozo Nishino
  • Yasushi Fujiwara
  • Tetsutaro Hoshino
  • Koji Ando
  • Keigo Makimoto
Programming cooperation
  • Hiyori inc
  • Do-Career inc
Technical director
  • Toshiyuki Hashitani
Scenario
  • Hidekazu Kurihara
  • Naoto Kasuga
  • Seri Nagisawa
  • Kaede Ogawa
  • Ouka Tanizaki
Scenario cooperation
  • ELSEWARE, Ltd.
  • Toru Takasaki
System CG
  • Toshiyuki Kadoi
  • Kazuhiro Sasaki
  • Takashi Nakamoto
  • Ryotarou Aratake
2D character development
  • Toshiyuki Kadoi
  • Ryotarou Aratake
Character images
  • Shinsuke Uchiyama
Character clean-up
  • Midori Yaguchi
Character CG
  • Takumi Matsumae
  • Ryo Mizuno
Music
  • TWOFIVE
SFX
  • Junpei Ikawa
Voice data preparations
  • Junpei Ikawa
  • Takashi Shimbori
Sound director
  • Hiroshi Horiguchi
Development cooperation
  • Tenky co. ltd
Casting
  • Nelke Planning inc
  • Ai Ninuma
Font cooperation
  • Fontworks Inc.
Special Thanks
Special Thanks
  • Motohiro Watanabe
  • Shinya Komatsuzaki
  • Yorihiro Nose
  • Hiroaki Takahashi
  • Hidenobu Takahashi
Cooperating with
  • Weekly Shonen Jump Editorial Department
  • V-Jump Editorial Department
Executive production
  • Shinichi Hanamoto
Presented by
  • Konami Digital Entertainment

Trivia[edit]

References[edit]

  • [1] - Pre-Release Images
  • [2] - Neo Ark Cradle
  1. Konami (September 20, 2013). "December 5, 2013 Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL Clash! World Duel Carnival! to be released on 3Ds".
  2. Nintendo. "Nintendo 3DS - Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL World Dual Carnival Trailer".
  3. Konami. "KONAMI announces first Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal title for Nintendo 3DS".

External links[edit]

  • nintendo.co.jp 遊戯王 ZEXAL 激突!デュエルカーニバル! (japanese)
  • nintendo.com Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL World Duel Carnival
  • nintendo.co.za Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal® World Duel Carnival™
  • nintendo.co.uk Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal® World Duel Carnival™
  • nintendo.nl Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal® World Duel Carnival™ (dutch)
  • nintendo.fr Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal® World Duel Carnival™ (french)
  • nintendo.de Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal® World Duel Carnival™ (german)
  • nintendo.it Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal® World Duel Carnival™ (italian)
  • nintendo.pt Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal® World Duel Carnival™ (portuguese)
  • nintendo.es Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal® World Duel Carnival™ (spanish)