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Bob wrote on 2004-07-22 UTCExcellent ★★★★★
Actually I saw this game displayed at GAMA in Vegas earlier this year. The detail on this figures is fantastic it's a rich looking game. The figures have different movement and attack abilities, as they attack and succeed they become stronger. Once you have accumulated enough 'stones' (I forget their name) you can 'dratp' a figurine, dratping allows you to flip the figurines dial which makes it stronger. See the dial on the Navia figurine?, that is the dial that flips (dratps). Bandai will supporting this game with organized play tournaments wher you can compete for limited edition figures. There are 2 different starter kits, boosters with 2 (I think) random figures in them. Street date is currently 8-14.

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