In this article, we are going to talk about some anime that were created from toys or electronic games. Many of them were on Brazilian Open TV and made millions of children happy.
Some of the anime below are well-crafted and have good stories, while others were developed almost solely to promote product lines.
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Pokémon is one of the most popular anime in the world. The series began with the famous RPG game released in 1996 for Nintendo's Game Boy.
The first Pokémon anime was released in 1997. Since then the franchise has been gaining more and more episodes, with more than a thousand already released, and also with several movies.
The story of the animated series and games follows coaches Pokémon that travel the world on a quest to become the strongest while meeting and capturing new creatures.
Beyblade is an anime based on a toy line created by the Japanese brand Takara Tomy, and also on a manga of the same name that emerged to promote the brand.
The first anime aired in 2001 and since then the franchise has been gaining new stories.
The toy consists of plastic and metal tops with different shapes and characteristics that are thrown by a launcher.
Despite being somewhat old, even today they are popular and there are even lists with the best Beyblades scattered over the internet.
Beyblade is one of dubbed Anime which were very successful on open TV in Brazil, which helped to popularize the brand's toys in the country.
Released as a visual novel game in 2004, Fate/Stay Night, won the first anime in 2006.
The story takes place in a fictional Japanese city (Fuyuki) where a war for the Holy Grail takes place between wizards and their servants, who are spirits of ancient heroes.
The artigo is still half finished, but we recommend opening it to read the following later:
The Digimon anime was released in 1999, but before that, the franchise was already famous thanks to the virtual pet toy (Virtual Pet Digimon) released in 1997 by Bandai.
In Digimon, a group of children are taken to a fantastic world. There, they meet creatures that become their friends and allies in the fight against evil digimons.
AKAI KŌDAN ZILLION
Created by Tatsunoko Production in partnership with Sega, Akai Kōdan Zillion was inspired by the video game and toy company's Laser Tag toy weapons and the Light Phaser, developed for the Master System console.
The anime Zillion was released in 1987 and takes place in the 24th century in a futuristic world where the terrestrial colony of the planet Maris begins to be invaded by aliens. To deal with the invasion, the planet's army develops three pistols capable of dealing with the threat.
Three teenagers: JJ, Champ and Apple, are responsible for wielding these weapons and stopping the alien threat.
BAKUGAN: BATTLE WARRIORS
Another toy franchise by Sega and also by Spin Master that also yielded an anime was Bakugan.
The Bakugan toy consists of small spheres that transform into creatures. In addition, the product comes with battle cards and other accessories.
The anime was released in 2007 and follows some pre-teens who encounter mechanical monsters called Bakugan. They become “Battle Warriors” and go on to face other creatures that threaten the balance.
Capcom's Street Fighter is one of the most popular franchises in the world when it comes to fighting games.
The first game was released in 1987 for arcade and continued to win countless other titles over the years.
Due to the great worldwide success, the series gained films and animated series showing more about the main characters.