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Beyblade Collectible Trading Card Game Review

Beyblade Collectible Trading Card Game Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

Read a review of the collectible Beyblade Trading Card Game (TCG) and see if its awesome or awful!

The exciting dueling action of the Beyblade TV show and video games has been crammed into the collectible Beyblade Trading Card Game from Decipher. Now, with the Collision starter decks, you can collect all the most powerful Beyblade parts so your deck will rule the Beystadium and crush all your opponents! Read this review for the 411 on whether this strategy card game is awesome or awful.

Beyblade Trading Card Game Dueling Basics

The Beyblade TCG is a game of dueling Beyblades and it's up to your skill and strategy to help you win. Each player builds a deck of cards and starts the duel by putting down their Beyblade card and a stack of "Spin" cards. Then each player takes turns playin' cards, matching card colors to see who wins an attack, then matching card "Battle Edges" to do damage by removing cards from the other player's Spin cards. There's a "Basic" game mode which is simple enough for any player and is a great way to get started. The "Advanced" mode has a ton of extra card powers for advanced strategies and players.

Cool Features of the Beyblade Trading Card Game

The Basic and Advanced game modes are a great way to make sure that everyone can play the game and still keep it interesting. There are also cool extras like decals for your cards, collectible foil cards and more. The best part of the game is the Battle Edge - each card has up to six symbols and matching them up against other cards lets you see if you win/lose/tie a challenge. It's a great way to make the game slightly random.

Weaknesses of the Beyblade Trading Card Game

As cool as the decals are, markin' up your cards means you can't use them in serious tournaments so it's kinda goofy. The other thing about the game that's wacky is that there's almost no way to use strategy when you're comparing card Battle Edges, which is frustrating!

Is the Beyblade Trading Card Game Worth It?

The Beyblade TCG is great for casual players cuz it's totally easy to just snag a starter deck and get dueling. It's a little weak for hardcore gamers but has lots of fun stuff for collectors. If you dig Beyblade, snagging a starter deck to give it a spin is totally worth it.

Beyblade Trading Card Game Age Rating: Everyone.

Beyblade Trading Card Game Thumbs Up:

  • Basic and Advanced games for all kinds of players.
  • Decals to customize your cards.
  • Cool Battle Edge system.

    Beyblade Trading Card Game Thumbs Down:

  • Custom decals are no good if you want to play in tournaments.
  • The Battle Edge system is hard to use strategy with.

    Beyblade Trading Card Game Rating: 4

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