Friday, February 25, 2011
The battle between good and evil is even more intense and dangerous than ever as Gingka, the courageous hero, faces a villain and his plot to unleash a long forbidden Beyblade in his quest to take over the world.
The fearless hero and his loyal companions return to defend the honor of the Beyblade, spinning on to DVD March 1 from Nelvana Enterprises and Vivendi Entertainment.
My 12 year old son became enthralled with Beyblade when he watched Vol. 1 on DVD. Along the same lines of Pokemon and Bakukan, it is a show with anime characters who spin tops called Beyblades and work together to keep villains from taking over the world. I've watched this DVD with my son to ensure it is age-appropriate. I feel that it is proper viewing material for someone his age. Although there are plots where Gingka and his friends face villains, there is no outright violence or anger. I don't know that girls will find much viewing pleasure in this DVD, but I can see the allure for boys. Beyblade: Metal Fusion Vol. 3 includes seven episodes from season one, giving plenty of viewing entertainment.
I received DVD for review from Bender/Helper Impact. The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way. Please do your own research before purchasing products. Your opinions and results may differ.