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Cross Fight B-Daman

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When Kakeru's friend Natsumi introduced him to the fast-paced world of fighting toys known as B-Daman one day, he had no idea his life would change forever! After working a part-time shift at the local Miracle Shoot B-Daman shop, Kakeru gets his very first B-Daman named Dorasian. And soon thereafter, discovers a hidden tournament known as Cross Fight. Determined to become the very best B-Daman player, Kakeru will try to battle his way to the top, but fierce competitors and friends will challenge his every move...

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Anime Name Type Year Relation More Info
Bomberman B-Daman Bakugaiden TV 1998 TBD
B-Legend! Battle Bedaman TV 2004 TBD
B-Legend! Battle Bedaman Fire Spirits TV 2005 TBD
Bakkyuu HIT! Crash B-Daman TV 2006 TBD
Cross Fight B-Daman eS TV 2012 TBD
Name Role
Kenji FUJISAKI Character Design
Yoshinori ODAKA Director

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Crush Gear Turbo and Cross Fight B-Daman are shounen battling titles at their most typical - young kids battle it out with various toys, plenty of tournament-style fighting and such to deal with. Try it on for size.

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Live On Cardliver deals with cards, but both follow young people as they battle it out with various games. If you liked one, try out the other.

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