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For years, developers have continued to milk the Beyblade franchise, and for years, these games have had no redeeming qualities whatsoever. Beyblade: Metal Fusion is the latest entry in the mediocre series, and whether you’re playing it on the Wii or the DS, you’re bound to be bored nearly to death. This version of the game suffers from most of the flaws that plague the Wii version, and although the game is slightly less annoying, it is in no way a good or even average DS title. You play Metal Fusion by releasing a top onto a playing field and watching as it crashes into your opponents’ tops. In order to release your top successfully, you need to perform a quick swipe across the DS touch screen when prompted to do so. From there, dragging your stylus across the screen forces your Beyblade to spin toward that direction. At times you are prompted to yell into the DS’s microphone to initiate a power move; these moments are silly to say the least, and there are times when the game doesn’t even recognize your shouts. Playing against the computer is an inconsistent mess. There are times where AI opponents just don’t do much, and then there are battles where you hardly even stand a chance against the opposition.
Beyblade: Metal Fusion is a revival for a dormant series. You might remember the franchise's original appearance in America, back around 2001, 2002 and 2003 -- then, like the Pokemon, Yu-Gi-Oh!, and Bakugan properties, it found some mainstream success by pairing an anime series with a popular toy. It worked. For a while. The reason Beyblade went dormant, though, is because it eventually just ran out of momentum. Since there's only so much you can do with spinning tops. That's the core idea here, as two opposing Beybladers face off against each other, stare each other down with intense emotion, and then pull small plastic ripcords to send the equivalent of two customized dreidels into battle. The tops spin and bounce around, knocking into each other inside the confines of a bowl-shaped arena about one foot in diameter, and eventually one of them stops spinning first. That's it. But tops are serious business in the Beyblade world, so there's an entire adventure wrapped around this incredibly limited concept. Gingka is the name of our wide-eyed, wild-haired anime hero this time around, and he's entered himself and his Storm Pegasus Beyblade into the mysterious Nosferatu Boy Beyblading Tournament.
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