A game based on Beyblade is a strange thing to make, although, it made for a surprisingly entertainin. The graphics are only really used on the blades th. The lobby music sounds annoying and it is hard if you don't know what to do. For those unfamiliar with the series, battles are fought with objects called Beyblades, spinning tops imbued with the powers of creatures called Bit Beasts. Well I can tell you, anything. The battle royale is played with all four players against each other at the same time. The winner is the last player whos BeyBlade is spinning last.
Between bouts, players can build their own Beyblade or tweak an existing one to gain an edge on the competition. The GameCube version features such modes as the Beyblade Battle Association Tournament and Battle Royal, where multiple players can enter and compete for the right to be crowned Beyblade champion. The bit beast was creative but there's only like 7 of them. . The player battles through a tournament set up in a series of one on one BeyBlade battles. The gallery is interesting and the multiplayer is fun. There is also a special move that can be used in a battle called Bit-Beast.
Battles are fought within a series of 3D stadiums, some possessing deadly magnetic walls to add a dramatic flair to the proceedings. In these battles players on the same team cannot inflict damage to one another. Well, when I started playing this game I got addicted to it until I beated it, but guess what, after beatin. Thats pretty much the whole review, save you time from reading a semi-long review, if not. At the beginning of a battle the player is tasked with timing a button press to try and get the maximum spin.
There are countless reasons for not buying it, so I'll just elaborate on the most important o. The Bit-Beast attacks do more damage to the opponent and will make the users BeyBlade spin faster. Postive: You can select Beyblades from characters of the series and ha. . .
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