It was never to happen. And for 5000 years, it never did. The secrets of the Millennium Puzzle remained safely beyond reach, within the imponderable conundrum of its intricate design. For a boy named Yugi, the mystery of the Millennium Puzzle remains just that. The solution—if one exists—eludes him, as it did those that came before. But this time, fate has played a hand in bringing the Puzzle and this person together.
It was never to happen. And for 5000 years, it never did. But though the desert does its best to conceal that which should remain buried, it eventually yields its most ancient and terrible secrets.
It was never to happen. But after 5000 years, it did. And with it, the Shadow Games begin again...
Pegasus: True, I may not see as well as I once did. But to be honest, it doesn't take a a Magic Eye to see just how thoroughly Yugi has trounced your sorry behind again and again! Quite frankly, it's embarrassing.
Pegasus: Oh, don't look so sour, think of it this way: at least it will be them stopping your little quest to the top and not Yugi-boy for the umpteenth time!
Pegasus: Sure, I'll have to give up another 500 of my Life Points, but then, you know what they say, Kaiba-boy: "You have to spend Life Points to take Life Points!" Hahahaha! Of course, you know all about that. Yugi's been taking your Life Points for what, going on three years now? Oh, I'm sorry to keep bringing that up!
Man: Forget about those nobodies!
The eye that sees what's yet to come, its vision shall be fulfilled. Unless blinded by events predetermined, thus Light and Shadows both be killed.
Tristan: Oh, man, not more freaky magic!
Anubis: Shadows, take life! Creatures, be born! Now, let's see how well you play this game, when the monsters are REAL!!
Grandpa Muto: We should take a closer look at that prophecy to see what it foretells for the future!