Hard to believe it's already been nine years since Juan Perish, better known as the King of Games annihilated all competition in every perceivable form of tactical gameplay. Nobody's ever seen the King of Game's Face but everyone knows his logo as is portrayed so often on the screen from which he issues his moves to his employees. Indeed, such is the mystery of the identity of the King of Games that a constant series of investigations have been placed into whether or not he might in fact be multiple people. No answer has been conclusive. For nine years, Perish has kept the game world under his palm, without ever playing a single role outside of game participant. Now, suddenly and without justification, the King of Games has changed the rules. Using his wealth and his reputation as a hero of Japan and cultural icon, the King of Games has cardoned off parts of Japan for a nation-wide tournament. The winner will earn a chance to play against and meet himself, as well as a grand prize of 2.5 million dollars, enough to buy one's heart's desires. The name of the game is one that nobody has ever heard of, and presumably one that the King of Games or his company has invented. It is called Yu-Gi-Oh.