In the continuing battle between good and evil, Gingka, our hero and his group of loyal friends take on a dangerous group called the Dark Nebula, whose sole mission is to take over the world and unleash their evil upon it.
Before they can do so they must destroy the only person that's strong enough to stand in their way - Gingka. But he must struggle to find that strength to defend his world and the honour of Beyblade.
Contains eight episodes:
• The Sniper, Capricorn
• Tsubasa Flies into the Dark
• Intruders in the Challenge Match!
• Dark Gasher's Big, Crabby-Crabby Operation!
• Kenta and Sora
• The Bewitching Pisces
• The Twin Gemios
• The Stormy Battle Royal
My 11yo is a huge fan of Beyblades and he just absolutely loved this DVD. He said that it was the best Beyblades DVD he had seen so far and that it even had one of his favourite episodes which was 'Intruders in the Challenge Match!'.
There are only a few DVDs/TV show that gets him excited and this is one of those few, in fact at last count he has watched it about 8 times so far, and i'm sure that it will be watch even more time than that, especially over the school holidays on those rainy days.
If you want a good cheerful, but still action packed DVD for your kid to watch that is good entertainment and yet still occasionally tries to instil messages of good morales and of doing the right thing, then this is one for your kids.
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