Dad of Divas' Reviews: WII Game Review - BeyBlade Metal Fusion

Friday, September 17, 2010

WII Game Review - BeyBlade Metal Fusion

About the Game
Fans of the hit animated action TV series BEYBLADE: Metal Fusion will not have to wait long for their chance to be recognized among the top Beyblading champions from the show. Hudson Entertainment, the North and South American subsidiary of HUDSON SOFT, will bring BEYBLADE: Metal Fusion – Battle Fortress to Wii this holiday season along with BEYBLADE: Metal Fusion for the Nintendo DS family of hand-held systems.

The action is more thrilling than ever with BEYBLADE: Metal Fusion – Battle Fortress for Wii. The game features a complete game-specific story with the original characters from the show. Players find themselves in the midst of a disappearance of the world's most powerful Beybladers. Sucked into a giant fortress, players must battle robot bladers and discover the mystery behind the abduction.

BEYBLADE: Metal Fusion – Battle Fortress is equipped with four-player "Battle Mode" competition allowing players to face off against three other human or AI controlled enemies, or play co-operatively with allies. By using the Wii Remote, players can save and carry the blades created to friends' houses for competition. With customizable stadiums, players can choose from a variety of terrains and shapes for battle. Players will also have the chance to become the No. 1 Beyblader by utilizing special attacks and winning strategies.

My Take on the Game
My family does like the Nintendo WII, and we definitely like to try out new games when we can. So when we were given the opportunity to try out this new Beyblade game, I took the opportunity. Now, the game we did receive was a demo disk, but we got the picture of the game itself. I didn't know what to expect completely, but I was happy to see that it was rated E for Everyone and the content was still appropriate for my 6 year old. The game is wonderfully developed and the artwork and action is spot on. If you are a fan of Beyblade at all, you will find that this game is one that you will want for your whole family to enjoy!

If this game sounds like one that you would like, you can find it on pre-order at Amazon!

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1 comment:

Darker One said...

I have a psp,but i have to admit that with the WII's controlling system,it's the best platform to play beyblade on.I keep up with the beyblade episodes and the recent games,so i know what i'm talking about.