Bakugan: Battle Brawlers Action

on August 21, 2009 6:11 PM

Straight from GameCom, here is a great video to show you some Bakugan: Battle Brawlers Action, sure to be a smash hit. I had not heard about the Bakugan craze until one of my younger nephews brought me the toys so I could see them pop out of their shells. It is one part Pokemon, one part Sonic pinball and another part YuGi-O, a lethal mixture for any toy/anime/video game craze. These little toys are taking the world by storm and now they are hitting your consoles and handhelds.

Coming straight from the halls of GamesCom in Cologne, check out the new HD trailer and screens from Activision’s Bakugan Battle Brawlers! The game is coming to Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 2 on October 20, 2009 in North America and October 23 across the pond.

Bakugan: Battle Brawlers is the first video game based on the smash hit Bakugan toys, card game and anime show. In it, players start off as an untrained Bakugan Brawler and must fight their way to the top of the heap. Combining the drama and story of the cartoon series with the skill and strategy of the card game, players will become completely immersed in this unique title. Throw Bakugan cards onto the battlefield, and then try to carefully shoot your Bakugan balls onto the cards to unleash their monstrous powers. When two Bakugans stand on the same card, they transform into gigantic creatures and fight to the finish!

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Al has been gaming as long as he can remember and will continue to game until his fingers break off or video games cease to exist. A New York native born and raised he crashed into the gaming journalism scene in 2006. Since then he has become the on air personality for DSTV and loves every second of cursing while interviewing developers about serious topics. Aside from being a gamer he also has a B.S. in Chemical Engineering that does not help in the gaming world but does provide for fun stories when people say "what?".Favorite games: Contra (NES), Mega Man II (NES) and Final Fantasy III (SNES)