Dan Kuso's life changed one day when cards fell out of the sky, which he and his friend Shun used to invent a game called Bakugan. With other friends, they form a group called the Bakugan Battle Brawlers, and then are accidentally dragged into fighting for the fate of Vestroia (the Bakugan's home dimension). Vestroia loses its natural balance and merges with the Earth and many other worlds. An evil Bakugan called Naga was tempted to take the power of the Infinity and Silent Cores, which formed the Perfect Core that balanced Vestroia, but absorbed too much negative energy and thus was trapped within the Silent Core and destabilised Vestroia. So Dan and the brawlers decided to bring back balance by meeting new friends and allies in the other worlds, learn more about the origin of the Bakugan; and facing Naga, a rogue bakugan who seeks the mighty Infinity Core so that he could complete the all-powerful Perfect Core and have almighty power and absolute control over Earth and Vestroia.
I am only giving this TV series 10 out of 10 because I am shocked. How can people give it such low ratings? It's fun, entertaining. The show is meant for kids, of course the dialogue is childish. The characters are likable and the battles are interesting enough. The show is good enough to keep your attention for the 20 minutes that lasts. Of course, the main aim of the show was to promote the toys and all, but it's just as good as Pokemon and Beyblade. In some moments it makes you laugh, and others are just to fill in episodes, but it's easy to follow and harmless. I'd rather have my kids watching this than the shows that are now on TV, filled with inappropriate jokes and stupid characters. In conclusion, I do think it is worth giving a chance.
- May 8, 2016
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