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Anime Profile: Beyblade G Revolution

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Beyblade G RevolutionBakuten Shoot Beyblade G Revolution (爆転シュートベイブレード Gレボリューション) ("Explosive Spinning Shot Beyblade G Revolution")Beyblade G Revolution
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Explosive Spinning Shot Beyblade G Revolution
Released
51 TV episodes51 TV episodes
Dates
2004January 6, 2003–December 29, 2003
Company
NelvanaNippon Anime/TV Tokyo
Creator
Takao Aoki
Director
Toshifumi Kawase
Genre
Action, Sci-FiAction, Sci-Fi
Related
Beyblade (season 1)Bakuten Shoot Beyblade (season 1)
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Beyblade V-Force (season 2)Bakuten Shoot Beyblade 2002 (season 2)
Characters
Boris BalkovBorcloff
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Last I checked, this anime was available on DVD at Amazon, and on VHS at Amazon.

Characters: Beyblade G Revolution

Description: Beyblade G Revolution

Beyblade G Revolution is the third and final season of Beyblade. The BladeBreakers/BBA becomes seperated, but unites during the second half of the season. Tyson, Kenny, and Hilary are still in the BladeBreakers, Kai is in Neo-Borg...then BEGA, Ray is the White Tigers, and Max is in the All Starz.

The characters are more mature (well, some of them) and they face new enemies, like Team BEGA and The Balthez Soldiers. The teams from the first season are also included.

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