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Yu-Gi-Oh Millennium Puzzle Complete Edition Can Play Music

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For those who dreamed of completing a Yu-Gi-Oh Millennium Puzzle so that the spirit of a dead Pharaoh can possess you every time you want to play a game with your friends, there is a toy for that. Bandai Spirits opened up pre-orders for a Millennium Puzzle Complete Edition toy in Japan. You can purchase it for 8,800 JPY, which is around $63.80. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

Once you put in the final puzzle piece, the puzzle will glow and music will start to play. This is a recreation of how the puzzle reacted in the Yu-Gi-Oh: Duel Monsters anime adaptation when Yugi finished the puzzle. The light uses LED, and there are some gaps in the puzzle (made from ABS) to let the glow through. The music that you can listen to are “Voice” (which was the first Japanese opening of Duel Monsters), “Yugi,” and “Passionate Duelist.” “Passionate Duelist” should be a familiar track for anyone who watched the Japanese version of Yu-Gi-Oh Duel Monsters.

After you finish putting together the Millennium Puzzle, you can wear it around your neck just like Yugi. It will come with a leather cord for that purpose. You can also just display it, and the puzzle will come with a stand for that purpose.

You can pre-order it from Premium Bandai, AmiAmi, and the Kaiba Corporation Store. Some of these stores do not ship internationally, in which case overseas customers will need to use a proxy service. As of the time of writing, the Millennium Puzzle is not on the global AmiAmi site, and Premium Bandai only offers domestic shipping.

The Yu-Gi-Oh: Duel Monsters Millennium Puzzle is open for pre-order until March 9, 2023. It will ship out in July 2023.

Stephanie Liu
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