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Beyblade

Beyblade (PSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation
Genre: Unknown
Developer: Takara

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12/03/2002
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Beyblade review

Reviewed July 31, 2004

yamishuryou says: "Do you want the manifestation of hell along with an agony that not even torture could dish out, all bundled up in a CD plus case for the low price of $14. 99? Look no further, for what you want is all in a relatively unknown Playstation game known by the title Beyblade! It’s guaranteed to make you retch, grab your head and repeatedly hit it on your controller to make the pain end, and convince even the most optimistic of people that there is no hope for humanity. If it doesn’t, well, you ..."
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