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Bakugan - PlayStation 2

Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Everyone
10 customer reviews

Price: $7.29 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details
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  • Over 200 player cards, including 12 never seen before.
  • Create-a-Brawler: Create and customize your own Bakugan Battle Brawler with unique attributes and features that will separate your Brawler from all others on the planet.
  • Epic storyline of good vs. evil: take your side in a brand new adventure and fight with Dan to defeat evil, save Vestroia and rescue Earth from total destruction.
  • Play with 16 characters and 40 Bakugans across 24 action packed levels.
  • Includes 4 unique characters and 2 unique Bakugans only available in the video game.
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Product Description

Platform: PlayStation2 | Edition: Standard

Product Description

The world of Bakugan comes alive! The 6 unique arenas burst with incredible action, and new play mechanics take the Bakugan experience beyond cartoons and board games to a whole new level!


Based on the wildly popular card game and television show, Bakugan: Battle Brawlers, is a video game experience requiring skill, strategy and imagination. Featuring a fierce assortment monsters, uncanny powers and amazing environments in an alternate dimension called Vestroia, the game lets you and your own unique Bakugan join forces with Dan and his fellow Brawlers as they battle to save Vestroia and ultimately, Earth from destruction.

'Bakugan: Battle Brawlers' game logo
The story of Bakugan: Battle Brawlers revolves around a set of metallic cards that mysteriously fall from space. On finding them, kids from around the planet discover that the cards also provide access to a variety of monsters that can be pitted against each other and so develop a game based on the cards and monsters and set up tournaments. One group of these kids, who name themselves the "Bakugan Battle Brawlers" and who are led by Dan, find that the cards also serve as a link to a parallel dimension known as Vestroia. Here they discover that the game and its monsters that they are dedicated to mastering is tied to an imbalance of positive and negative energy in Vestroia. This imbalance must be corrected to avoid unspeakable consequences for Vestroia, and since a link has been made to the Earth, eventually the kids' home as well.

Characters and Bakugan from 'Bakugan: Battle Brawlers'
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Those who have played the popular Bakugan card game might already have an idea of how gameplay works in Bakugan: Battle Brawlers, but the video game adds several new elements. The game is something of a cross between marbles and a live action card game. To get started you'll first need to enter your name, select an attribute and create your character. Then you'll be ready to explore the world of Bakugan. If you can't wait to start battling your friends, then head straight to the Battle Arena, but if you want to be the best you have to learn the rules. The goal of Bakugan: Battle Brawlers is to win the game by collecting three "gate cards." Gate cards are collected by winning battles against opponents. As a starting move each player sets down one metallic gate card. Then you're ready to roll your Bakugan, which is in the form of a ball. After throwing you can steer your Bakugan around the environment so that it lands on the perfect card and collects powerups. The aim is to get your Bakugan to stand on a card, and that happens when they roll over it slowly. Once the Bakugan stands, it will transform into Battle Mode. Now you're ready to battle. A battle begins when two Bakugan from different players stand on the same gate card. The gate card then opens and both bakugan transform into Monster Mode, and are ready to fight. The gate card can add "G-Power" to a Bakugan according to its world attribute (color) and can also change the rules of the battle. Players can also boost their G-power by doing well in battle. The Bakugan with the highest G-power at the end of the battle wins.

After battling, you can also use the points you have won to upgrade your Bakugan, acquire new in-game items, engage in Tag Team or Battle Royale action, or hone your skills by practicing your moves and strategy with Dan.

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Marbles/card hybrid gameplay in 'Bakugan: Battle Brawlers'
Hybrid gameplay.
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Collect all the Bakugan in 'Bakugan: Battle Brawlers'
Collectable Bakugan.
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Multiplayer action in 'Bakugan: Battle Brawlers'
Multiplayer action.
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Defend Vestroia and the Earth in 'Bakugan: Battle Brawlers'
Defend the Earth.
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Product Details

Platform: PlayStation2 | Edition: Standard
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  • ASIN: B002912SN0
  • Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 3.4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 20, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,270 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By AlexJouJou TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 21, 2009
Platform for Display: PlayStation2Edition: Standard
My kids have been waiting for this game to come out for months. Their verdict: The DS version of the game is leaps better. This one has some explanation once you start but the mechanic for battle--moving the two analog sticks on the PS2 remote-is neither fun nor friendly. The kids both said the DS version is much more friendly as it uses the stylus and the controls are much better. The graphics are pretty good but nothing too great-we can and should expect more at this stage of the PS2 life cycle.

The end result is that the game can be fun provided you can handle the control's and you don't get bored. Even though my kids eat, sleep, and breathe Bakugan they've had no problem playing for about 1/2 hr and then turning it off for a while. For a game they have been waiting months for that's bad. As an example I could not pry Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days out of my daughter's hand and she used every second of her alloted game and tv time playing the game. My son did this recently with Scooby Doo First Frights. The kids have now completed both games and are on a second and third playthrough. Based on what I'm seeing now I suspect the PS2 version of Bakugan will end up in my trade in pile inside a month.

My advice: Get them more Bakugan's or get the DS version. If you have a Wii maybe try that one-it is possible they've come up with some good controls for the Wii version but we haven't played it. Especially for younger gamers-my kids think this game will just be too frustrating for anyone under about 8-9. Only recommended for die hard fans and even then you as the parent should plan on immersing yourself as well in the world of Bakugan because your kid will likely need some assistance.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jared Burdick on February 6, 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation2Edition: Standard
I typically am more judicious with 5 star reviews - in this case, the 5 stars comes from my 7rd old. He is an above average reader and his math skills are exceptional. He also is a Bakugan nut. He has collected nearly 200 Bakugan since the craze began and knows the in and outs of the rules. Finally, he is pretty good at video games and has no problem handling some of the more difficult platforming games. I mention all of this becuase I was relatively lost when he was explaining what was going on. Bakugan:BB was way over some of his friend's heads that came over. 3rd grade is probably a good starting point if your child does not meet the above criteria.

Bakugan:BB looks exactly like the cartoon. It's bright, colorful, has lots of funny dialouge and plenty of mini games sprinkled in the battles to keep the game entertaining. Apparently, every Bakugan ever made appears in this game for collecting and leveling up. One of the other reviews said that the controls were too tough for the kids playing, if your chld struggles with multi-button functions, they will struggle with Bakugan. Most of the games require reading, math skills and being able to control both sticks and buttons simultaneously. On a side note, it is also family friendly, which is a nice change of pace.

Bakugan: Battle Brawlers is a great representation of the show and toys. If your child is a fan, this is a great pick up.
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By S. Allard on February 4, 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation2Edition: Standard Verified Purchase
My boy had to have this, it was all the rage at school. He played it for maybe two weeks and hasn't touched it since. Once the general idea of the game is learned it doesn't advance from there, just more points. Save your money.
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By Morris1129PSN on February 20, 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation2Edition: Standard Verified Purchase
I hate the game but my 8 year old son plays the hell out of it. If your kids love bakugan they will love the game.
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Platform for Display: PlayStation2Edition: Standard Verified Purchase
I personally do not know anything about this game, but I know my nephew is getting a lot of enjoyment from it.
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