Why is it that Japanese video games based on CCG's and the like can't simply come up with a really good name that doesn't involve both a hyphen and a colon? I mean really, it's not that hard to use say roman numerals or some other simple identifier for new versions of a game.
This time it's Beyblade
getting the "5 word, 2 punction mark" name treatment. I recognize that Beyblade: Metal Fusion
is the name of the show, but the game doesn't need another punction mark and 2 more words in the title either. Nevertheless, we now have Beyblade: Metal Fusion - Battle Fortress
is the new game. Fans of the series will be excited for a limited edition that includes a 1 hour episode and art exclusive to the disc.
HUDSON ENTERTAINMENT BRINGS LIMITED EDITION BEYBLADE: METAL FUSION – BATTLE FORTRESS TO Wii
Limited Edition Version to Include Exclusive Content from the Beyblade Animated Series
SAN MATEO, CA – Oct. 29, 2010 – Hudson Entertainment, the North and South American subsidiary of HUDSON SOFT, will be expanding BEYBLADE: METAL FUSION – BATTLE FORTRESS on the Wii™ system from Nintendo with a special limited edition, featuring exclusive content from the animated series. The limited edition version will be available on November 9 in the United States and will include a special DVD including a full-length episode titled, “Merci’s Dangerous Trap” from BEYBLADE: Metal Fusion with art unique to the disc. The special DVD will be exclusive to the limited edition BEYBLADE: Metal Fusion – Battle Fortress from November 9 until January 10, 2011, or until supplies last. BEYBLADE: Metal Fusion – Battle Fortress on Wii and BEYBLADE: Metal Fusion on the Nintendo DS™ will also hit shelves on November 9.
In “Merci’s Dangerous Trap,” which aired in the first season of BEYBLADE: Metal Fusion, Doji sends Kyoya to Wolf Canyon to prove his readiness to battle Gingka. Meanwhile, Gingka is lead to believe that he is on a television game show by Doji, who has pitted Gingka against the computer “Merci” to test Gingka’s skills and collect data. Kyoya eventually makes it to the top of Wolf Canyon – and is ready to battle Gingka.
The action is more thrilling than ever with BEYBLADE: Metal Fusion – Battle Fortress for Wii. The game features a complete game-specific story with the original characters from the show. BEYBLADE: Metal Fusion – Battle Fortress is equipped with four-player “Battle Mode” competition allowing players to face off against three other human or AI controlled enemies, or play co-operatively with allies. With customizable stadiums, players can choose from a variety of terrains and shapes for battle. The television series from Nelvana and d-rights Inc. launched in Canada in May 2010 on YTV and debuted in the United States on Cartoon Network in June.
For more information on BEYBLADE as well as other titles from Hudson Entertainment, please visit www.beybladevideogame.com.