Loaded up with six Wii and high-def televisions and four DS, perhaps the Bakugan Brawlers Roll Across America truck doesn’t need to be justified.
“There it is!” The three words electrifies the crowd. The children swarming in the front yard of the Denver suburban house run to the curb. They crane their necks, point, howl with excitement.
It was only a matter of time before the soaring popularity of card and toy game Bakugan was snatched up by a developer and turned into a video game.