Reviews and Problems with Bakugan: Defenders of the Core
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Bakugan Defenders of the Core
Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
Excerpt: Bakugan Defenders of the Core is part role playing game, and part stealth game. Players have the role portion of setting up their team, and then they have avoid detection levels. The final area of Bakugan Defenders of the Core is to fight Bakugan. These towering monsters are huge, and the people all run when they are brought out. The Bakugan battles are done in 3D areas where the player controls one creature, and they battle against other Bakugans.
Excerpt: If we sound a bit impressed with Bakugan: Defenders of the Core , it's probably because the bar for games based on toys is pretty darned low. Yes, Bakugan: Defenders of the Core is cashing in on a hugely trendy toy franchise, but that didn't prevent the developers at Now Productions from aiming high. At no point in the game did we get the impression that it was just service to fanboys who will buy anything with the Bakugan brand name.
Excerpt: The first thing you need to know about Bakugan: Defenders of the Core is that these guys are humongous, sometimes as tall as skyscrapers. And when they get to brawling, all bets are off. Godzilla has nothing on Bakugan. Bakugan has always been a fascinating strategy game. The cards fire your imagination and with a toy, you play them as if you were one of the big beasts yourself. Last year’s video game was like the card game, even though it had a lot of variations.