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Beyblade: V-Force - Super Tournament Battle (Bakuten Shoot Beyblade 2002 in Japan) is a Beyblade video game for the Nintendo Gamecube. It is an RPG-style Action game based on Beyblade: V-Force. In the game, the player creates their own Beyblader and Beyblade to fight in a Beyblade tournament.


In the game, the player has to earn four points faster than their opponent. The player earns 4 points (thus earning enough points to win the game) if they break their opponent's Bey to pieces using a powerful assault from their Bit-Beast (or by gradual damage by hitting the other Beyblade enough times). Players can gain points if the player makes the other Beyblade stop spinning or if the other player misses a launch, or by knocking out their opponent's Beyblade out of the stadium (winning two points).

When launching a Beyblade, a "Launch Meter" is displayed and quickly fills itself up with a golden meter. The closer the golden meter is to its end when the player hits the launch button, the faster the Beyblade will spin (if the end of the meter is red, the Beyblade will spin at its full speed). If the player lets the meter turn black (by waiting too long for it to fill up before launching), the character misses their launch and the opponent wins a point.

Players are also capable of releasing Bit-Beasts throughout the battles. The Bit-Beast assaults usually take a larger amount of energy from the adversary than the normal assaults do and this also boosts the speed of the spins. In order to be capable of releasing a Bit-Beast, the player has to earn "Legend Power" points simply by hitting other Beyblades repeatedly.

Similarly, players can do a Bit-Beast launch with the earned Legend Power points, which will cause the Beyblade to not lose spin power over time, but attempting to do a Bit-Beast launch without enough Legend Power points will cause the character to miss their launch as well.

There is also a level system for characters. Players can level up their custom characters by playing the tournament mode, and the more battles they win, the more experience they earn. If your character is at level 1 and an adversary is at level 2, the opponent's Beyblade will have more Hit Points than your Beyblade.


In the game the player creates a blader and their own Beyblade and competes in a Beybalde tournament to become the best Blader. While Kai is the main character in the game with your Blader, Tyson and Ray are in supporting roles.



The game has received negative reviews. On IGN it received a score of 2.5 (out of 10). On GameRankings it received a 47% (9 reviews), and it received a score of 33% on Metacritic (9 reviews). However, fan reaction has been more positive.



  • Daichi is depicted from his appearance in Beyblade the Movie: Fierce Battle.
  • There have been some known oddities in this game presented that differs from Beyblade V-Force Anime. This may have been due to the fact the game has been in development during the time Nelvana dubbing partway through the season.
    • Goki having an uncredited voice actor, sounding younger. Casting for the character may have not been finalized.
    • King having an uncredited voice actor, sounding gruffer. Casting for the character may have not been finalized.
    • Daichi having an uncredited male voice actor, sounding more like a teenager like Tyson in the dub. Casting for the character may have not been finalized.
      • Oddly enough, Daichi wouldn’t get his voice till Beyblade G-Revolution, with Mary Long casted to play as him. Nelvana skipped dubbing Beyblade the Movie: Fierce Battle till after dubbing season 3.
    • DJ Blader is voiced by Raoul Bhaneja instead of Tony Daniels (who voiced the character in V-Force). It’s unknown why Raoul voiced the character in this game and not in season 2. A possible theory is that Raoul wasn’t available during recording for the episodes where the DJ Blader appear in.
    • DJ Blader owns Burning Kerberous instead of Zeo. The dubbing has yet to reach the episodes that introduce Zeo. DJ Blader being depicted owning the Beyblade may have been done to avoid spoilers.
  • Dunga, Mariam, Goki and Kenny all shown using different customized parts found in the game and not their own respective Beys. This is never explained.
    • It's worth noting that the Beyblade parts that Dunga and Mariam use in this game are random but with the same recolours like their playable appearance in Bakuten Shoot Beyblade 2002 - Beybattle Tournament 2. Still doesn't explain about the absence of their own Beyblades.
  • There’s a description error in the gallery saying that Galman is used by Mariah.
  • If DJ Blader is picked for Bey Battles, Tyson or Kenny takes his place as the Commentating Dish Judge.