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Beyblade: Metal Masters
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Developer(s) Hudson
Publisher(s) Konami
Release date(s) December 2, 2010 (JPN)

November 15, 2011 (USA)

Mode(s) Single-player, Multi-player, Online
Rating(s) CERO: A

ESRB: RP

Platform(s) Nintendo DS
Media Nintendo DS Game Cart
Input Stylus
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Beyblade: Metal Masters (known in Japan as Metal Fight Beyblade: Showdown at the Summit! Big Bang Bladers and previously titled Beyblade: Metal Masters - Nightmare Rex) is the fourth Beyblade video game for the Nintendo DS that is based on the anime, Beyblade: Metal Masters. It was released on December 10, 2010 in Japan and came with the exclusive Nightmare Rex SW145SD. It would later be released internationally on November 15, 2011 and came in five different versions; four of them included with a different Beyblade. The Beyblades were Nightmare Rex SW145SD, Bakushin Susanow 90WF, Vulcan Horuseus 145D, and Ultimate Gravity Destroyer GB145S Stamina Ver.


The game takes place after the "Beyblade World Championship" tournament that occurred in the anime and follows a new tournament of the same name where each Blader in the game receives a letter from a mysterious person named Agito to enter, in order to determine the best Blader at a place called "Dyna Cemetery". Players select a Blader to battle as and fight in four rounds with two matches each to win the tournament.

Overview

This entry of the Beyblade video games has a similar format. Players duke it out while Beyblading on the Nintendo DS. It features over 30 characters to play as, 37 characters to battle, and 2-player versus mode via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. Players can utilize Special Moves from the anime in-game via voice commands as well as having the ability to enter codes found on Hasbro Beyblades that will allow players to use its parts in the game.

Official Summary

You stand in an imposing arena, face-to-face with your competitor, Bey in hand. You know his reputation. He's never lost a battle; he always crushes his opponents with pure brutality; there is not a trace of fear in his eye. Though beads of sweat roll down your face from exertion, you are equally fearless. You have a secret weapon that no one could expect — a game-changing combo attack that could blow the reigning champ right out of the arena. Could you become the next Master of Beyblade?

Throw down the gauntlet and prepare for an all-new battle in Beyblade: Metal Masters. This time, the action is more intense than ever before as you fight to prove your mettle when it comes to Metal. All the action from the addictive Beyblade TV series bursts into life as you find yourself in fierce competition against some of the most infamous characters from the arena. Assume the role of one of 36 different Beyblade fighters and step up to the challenge, utilizing combos and special moves to devastate your opponents. Pick off your rivals one by one as you climb through various Battle modes, then throw in some fresh challenges by changing the settings. Settle the score and find out which of your friends truly is the Metal Master by dueling it out in a 2-player Battle Mode via wireless. Ready to really bring the Bey action to life?

  • Become a part of the intense, pulse-pounding action of the Beyblade animated TV series as it comes to life on your DS
  • Play as any of 37 different characters from the first and second seasons of the animated series
  • Take on fierce rivals and fight until you're the last man standing in the arena
  • Prove that you have the skills to win any competition, as you wrest your way through multiple battle modes
  • Customize battle settings to experience a unique challenge every time
  • Unleash devastating combos and special moves to crush your friends in 2-player wireless Battle mode
  • For 1 player; 1 to 2 players wirelessly with one game card

Characters

Unplayable characters

Beyblades

Playable Beyblades

Unlockable Beyblade

Unplayable Beyblades

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Trivia

  • Faust, Team Star Breaker, and Team Garcia do not appear in the game.
  • Although the game was localized in English, it still includes Light Wheels as well as the Beyblades, Sol Blaze V145AS, Dark Poseidon 145WD, and Divine Chimera TR145FB in the game.
  • Helios also appears in the game, despite the film having yet to be dubbed at the time of release.
  • The game can be connected to the Beyblade: Metal Fusion ds game to unlock additional parts, depending on your progress in the first game. ie: completed story mode, and how many battles you've won in the battle fortress.
  • In the game all Energy Rings come with the beyblade Face Bolts for as Metal Fusion you could pick the face.
  • The Gemios Downburst move (forward X in the game) is generally considered to be extremely overpowered, and will almost always result in victory after 1 or 2 shots.
  • In accordance to the Gemios Downburst move, Ray Striker's Lightning Sword Flash (forward X) is also extremely overpowered and will almost always result in stadium out if used aggressively.
  • The right product codes are: Evil Befall UW145 EWD: 37343/19495 Spiral Capricorn 90MF: 37441/19495
  • In this game, Horuseus was spelled 'Holeseus'.
  • In the Japanese version, "Ronald Mcdonald" was a character. He uses Big Mac 320YEN.
  • This was the last game for a while before Beyblade: Evolution came out.

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