The story of a young boy,Riki Ryugasaki,who is a rookie to B Daman.He gets his B Daman,Thunder Dracyan,one of the five legendary dragons,for helping the B Daman fan club owner in a ... See full summary »






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The story of a young boy,Riki Ryugasaki,who is a rookie to B Daman.He gets his B Daman,Thunder Dracyan,one of the five legendary dragons,for helping the B Daman fan club owner in a festival.He unravels the mysteries of B Daman overtime along with becoming more of a professional and along with his friend Samuru and the other dragon owners,heads to save the world. Written by bamin-50789

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2 October 2011 (Japan)  »

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B-Daman Crossfire  »

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The very first B Daman made by man was Lightning Dravise. See more »


Followed by Cross Fight B-Daman ES (2012) See more »

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"Dear reader, if you are watching the series, watch yourself so that you do not fall for any of the consumerism that is subtly incorporated in the series."
14 March 2016 | by (Malaysia) – See all my reviews

Original Score:2/4 Series: **** (4/5) Quality: ***1/2 (2.5/5)

It's been quite a while since I have finished the series of Cross Fight B-Daman, and I myself must admit that I thoroughly enjoyed the B-Daman battles that were in many of the series's episodes. In fact, that really was the main thing of what the series is about, isn't it? Absolutely and obviously. Because the title kind of gives away what the series is about, isn't it? Yep, it's about B-Daman which is also a franchise of products in the anime industry. I'll begin with a few words from myself; Geez, I wished I hadn't spend all of that money on all of those toys that I really am not playing with so often. Toys, well I have already collected many (Officially Licensed) versions of the B-Daman series, but now I hardly play around with them anymore. But I still keep them well in my cupboard. In fact, that's the last time I'll ever buy another B-Daman product! It's consuming my space and money that I am using to buy something else: Media. Valuable footage that has a potential to change human beings for the better. That what I do, collect great films and promoting them for the better good. But, man. When I bought B-Daman, I wasn't that interested in media that much yet. Now, I have already spent so much on all that B-Daman. I've stopped, but that's just about it. No more for the time being. The series is about Kakeru and his B-Daman partner Dracyan. Who are a few of the chosen to compete in the secret tournament of Crossfire, which was an urban legend in the city where Kakeru Lives. There, he begins to build both his B-Daman Skills and strengthen his bond of friendship with Dracyan. Who can talk and has their own feelings as well. We audiences are then transported to another world where B-Daman is like a power and toy at the same time in the world where it exists. They can fire these so called: B-Dama, official marbles for them, long distances and even use special powers. So now you know, the presence of the aspect of magic and power. Nice! And sometimes can be fun to watch. These B-Damans, they are, as I call them, Marble blasting figures. They are divided into different parts, and each of them has their own name and their own power and personalities. Fun to watch they are, but the episodes are basically episodes of B-Daman Battles all the way. And the length of those battles usually stretches as long as one or two episodes. Anyway, that's all you need to know about the episodes of the series.

The show has some moral messages within, such as friendship, loyalty, cooperation and power. However, they are expressed with the fun of B-Daman. When there are positive messages being expressed within the series or movie, that is one of the highest merits of media. But consumerism? That's not really a good thing. Even so, the series is quite empty of any explicit adult content, (Sigh, here we go again, mentioning the thing that I REALLY hate.) Ecchi and Fan Service, violence, strong language or any of that stuff that anime fans might expect. O.K., so this show is still something for children to enjoy, but be careful because they might ask for the B-Daman toys afterwards. If planning to buy any, be sure to control the amount. In my case I have already stopped my urge of buying anything else related to B-Daman because it is quite expensive. Enough is enough.

Then can we call the series an advert to the toys? Probably. However, I still think that it still holds some quality to young children. They will enjoy watching the B-Daman Battles on screen with the flashy special effects, good animation and some positive role models in the show as well. Starting here, I'll talk about the characters. The characters are quite well characterized, with many of them appearing in the series many episodes with their respective roles and personalities. Well, Japanese anime, they have great stories and great storytelling as well. The series will entertain kids and still hold some quality to kids and teens. Providing them some enjoyment that they will remember as well. Just don't get me started about the consumerism within.

Afterwards, we are introduced to the legendary stuff in the series, quite tempting if you ask me. Well, ask me once again. Go on, I'm sure that you'll find something useful in the answer. O.K., here's my point about legendary stuff. From my experience, I was (Not anymore now) very tempted to search for the legendary B-Damans that were in the series, they are not cheap, if I might add. I saw a few of that "rare" stuff available in the random selection boxes, the parts that I wanted were very difficult to find as well. See? Like Pokemon, we are very tempted to find the "rare" or "legendary" stuff that are in there respective cartoons, I don't think that is really a good thing. But the good thing is, I didn't really buy any of those random selection boxes, and therefore I have escaped the magic cage trap of consumerism once more. I particularly mention here in this review to you, dear reader, that we must control our wants and urge wisely. For if we are not careful, we'll end up buying a lot of useless stuff that we hardly use.

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