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GameZone (Dec 22, 2003)
Beyblade combines a slick, good-sounding, spinning, battling tops game with an uninspired storyline to come off overall with a flat effort that may appeal to fans of the series, but offers little new for regular gamers. If your kids are Bey-crazy, this is the ticket.
Planet (Dec 08, 2003)
Beyblade überrascht als gelungene Anime-Umsetzung mit Tiefgang. Will man wirklich alles sehen kostet es einen länger als nur ein verregnetes Wochenende. Dank des Zweispielermodus können sich Fans heiße Gefechte mit ihren Bey liefern. Trotz einem nicht so spannenden Gameplays kann man also beruhigt sagen: Let´s Rip!
GamerDad (Jan 25, 2004)
Graphics are decent, but it's the music that shines in this game. Tunes feature lots of guitar riffs and some even have vocals. Not bad for the Game Boy Advance. Play control is a tad touchy, especially with the D-pad. Mulitplayer modes using the Link Cable round out the package.
NintendoWorldReport (Feb 27, 2004)
As a licensed game, Beyblade is unsurprisingly mediocre. Its attempts at realistic physics are interesting, but the gameplay and level design make the spinning more of a liability than a fun new element to an otherwise familiar formula. Super Monkey Ball Jr. is a much better choice for fans of this sort of game.