Battle B-Daman Ships For GBA
Lucky B-Dafans will also receive a sequel to Battle B-Daman later this year, when Battle BDaman: Fire Spirits! ships to retail on September 26th. Developed in Japan by Atlus Co., Ltd., Battle B-Daman is rated E by the ESRB for Mild Fantasy Violence and Mild Language, and is exclusively available for the Game Boy Advance.
About Battle B-Daman
Yamato Delgado dreams of playing B-Daman, the ancient sport of the B-DaWorld—and his dream comes true when he's chosen to wield Cobalt Blade, the most powerful B-Daman ever. Yamato must use Cobalt Blade to compete in B-Daman tournaments and defeat the evil BDaplayers of the Shadow Alliance, who will stop at nothing to take over the B-DaWorld. Yamato will also meet characters both familiar and unknown on his journeys, including the warm-hearted Alan and the sinister-looking Goblin. Only a few have what it takes to become a B-Daplayer; will Yamato become the B-Dachampion?
Battle B-Daman is a marble-shooting game that debuted in Japan in 1993. The Battle B-Daman licensing program is supported by an animated television series produced by d-rights Inc., which controls all international rights. In the United States, the series was launched by the same team that handled Beyblade: Hasbro, ABC Family, and d-rights Inc.
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