B't X Series

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Tagged under Masami Kurumada, TMS Entertainment, Series.

Five years ago, Kotaru left his home and his younger brother Teppei to study at Berlin. Soon after, Teppei found a woman, Karen, wounded in the snow, who he tried to save but some warriors came looking for her. The leader, Metalface, hurt him seriously and left him for dead. Then she came out her hiding and saved Teppei's life with a blood transfusion. During the following five years, she taught him how to fight and advised him against Eliah, the Machine Empire.
Now, the two brothers had just met again in the Mecha Topia fair, but Kotaru is kidnapped by Major Aramis. With the help of the Messiah Fist, Teppei holds onto Aramis' Bt and follows them. But he's discovered, and has to fight against Metalface again in a mountain of metallic waste. During that fight, his blood resuscitates the legendary B't X, because of the transfusion Karen, who was X's original donner, given to him years ago. Although Bt'X rejects him at first, he finally accepts him as his new donner and they go to Eliah to save Kotaru.
On their way to Eliah, they'll encounter new enemies and new allies and they will fight extreme battles.
But Eliah's emperor has a secret that its own people is afraid of... What's Rafaello?
Credits: jakulito

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BossMac's B't X Tv Review

Rated: 9

Bt' X use the "save brother then save the world" formula. Every episode is like a stage on a fighting game. But as the story progresses, viewers will discover much depth to the series.

Humor isn't much of a strong-point of the series, but it is really fun to see X and Teppei lashing at each other because of a small problem. There are few comic reliefs in the series, except maybe for X and Teppei themeselves, so don't go searching for comedy in this one. But keep in mind that this is not a very serious bare-bones action series.

Overall, Bt' X is a very enjoyable title. With great fighting and great mechs this is avery enjoyable show.

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