Excerpt: Let's start this off right. In the interest of full disclosure, I have never seen the TV series Bakugan nor have I ever played a card game like Magic: The Gathering . While both of these are important requirements to get the most enjoyment out of Bakugan: Battle Brawlers for the Nintendo Wii, I...
Shallow card/strategy game promotes the Bakugan brand.
Common Sense Media
28 March 2010
Summary: Parents need to know that Bakugan Battle Brawlers is tied to a television show of the same name as well as a card game popular with young boys. The game’s young protagonists are, in fact, kids who collect these cards and use them in tournaments.
Summary: Based on the animated TV series Bakugan, the game tells the story of Dan and his friends as they battle their Bakugan Brawlers to save the planet of Vestroia and, ultimately, Earth from destruction.
Excerpt: Bakugan combines the components of successful anime-fueled enterprises like Pokémon Yu-Gi-Oh , and Beyblade into one tidy package. The simple strategy game features not one, but two types of collectible cards. It has armies of little plastic toys.
Conclusion: will only be two options: to be mortally embarrassed (probably followed by suicide), or to accept it as part of your new lifestyle. Before I get to the title screen, I have Bakugan Battle Brawlers figured out. First, it has a slick Japanese name. Next, the logo for Nelvana appears.
Excerpt: Bakugan Battle Brawlers Genre: Card/Board Game Developer: Activision/NOW Productions Publisher: Activision Release Date: 10/20/09 So, as I mentioned in my hands-on preview of the Wii version of Bakugan Battle Brawlers , going in to the game, I knew next to nothing about the franchise, aside from the...
Excerpt: Based on the Japanese Anime and card game/toy series of the same name, Bakugan Battle Brawlers brings you into the world of Bakugan and allows up to four players to battle it out in the Bakugan arena for the 1st time in a video game.
Excerpt: A little over one decade ago, Pokémon ignited the world of monster RPGs. It practically invented the genre, introducing gamers to a world of role-playing we never knew, one that didn’t have to feature compelling characters or a compelling story to consume us for several dozen hours.