Beyblade: Metal Fusion Vol. 4

DVD Release: August 23, 2011
Beyblade: Metal Fusion Vol. 4


The action heats up in this new series of episodes as Gingka and his friends battle each other for a chance to compete in the greatest battle ever, Battle Bladers, and become the country’s #1 Beyblader! As Gingka battles his way through the competition he meets a new rival, Tsubasa, who teaches him new tricks. Will the tricks be enough to get him into the battle? Or will Doji, who has other plans, use Ryuga’s Lightning L-Drago to absorb all the opponents’ power and claim victory? Don’t miss a single battle as your favorite groups of Beybladers compete for a chance to be named the #1 Beyblader of all time!

Dove Review

“Beyblade” is a DVD series based upon a game involving spinning tops that battle each other in a competition of skills. The last “Bey” standing wins! Each Bey is controlled by a person who starts them spinning and directs their moves. The Beys take their names from star constellations such as Libra, Pegasus and Drago. Each time a Bey wins a competition, they gain the power of the Bey they have challenged. While there is some zodiac symbolism, each episode also has clear lessons such as the benefits of friendship, good sportsmanship and making decisions based upon the needs of others. Who will win the battle and be the best Beyblade of all time? Dove is pleased to award this Japanese animation DVD our “Family-Approved” seal for all ages. As they say in the beginning of each battle, “Let it rip!”

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: As the Beys battle, sometimes they cause disturbances such as explosions, windstorms or sandstorms but none of the players are injured.
Drugs: The head bad guy frequently appears to have a wine glass in his hand and he sips from it occasionally.
Nudity: None
Other: Zodiac symbolism and talk of the Beys having the spirit of the constellation from which they are named in them but these are clearly inanimate objects.


Company: Gaiam/Vivendi
Genre: Animated
Runtime: 154 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Scott Rolfe