[Gameboy Advance] Beyblade G-Revolution

Beyblade G-Revolution
Full nameBeyblade G-Revolution
File size1.9MB
Genre Role Playing
Region USA USA
Console Gameboy Advance (Download Emulator)

Beyblade is a 2001 Japanese anime television series based on Takao Aoki’s manga series of the same name, based on the Beyblade spinning top game from Takara Tomy.


This is supposed to be an RPG. Whoever wrote it did a horrible job trying to make it one. There isn’t anything OF a story, but what little it has is based on the show, so if you haven’t seen it, you’re most likely going to be confused. Tyson and everyone else is trying to win the Beyblade tournament. Yup, that’s the whole damn story.


The gameplay is fun but gets boring very quickly. It has simple controls such as A for attack and B for defense. Some unique combos use engine gear by pressing A + B together and L & R together for bit-beast power. That just gets boring very fast. The gameplay isn’t terrible as you can charge up your attack and defense for a strong attack and armored defense. It gets fun once in a while, but then it gets dull. There’s also a pretty funky workshop if you press Rout of battle. You can customize Beyblades and crap, but that also gets very boring. The start menu has no options at all. The gameplay on this was very subpar, and I hope to improve the gameplay if this game has a sequel.


Not precisely hard or accessible at all. The Beyblade fights were comfortable, but the mazes outside battles like the forest one were pretty tricky. It took me a while to get out of that one. There are some other hard parts in this game, but everything else is overall easy.

Replay Value

This is one of those challenging games but gets more comfortable as you get through the whole game. Honestly, I never played this game more than twice. Usually, crappy games are when you play twice, and you’re done-no more playing that game. This is one of those games but not exactly crappy.

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