Synonyms: Gekijouban Inazuma Eleven Go vs Danball Senki W
Japanese: 劇場版 イナズマイレブンGO vs ダンボール戦機W
Dec 1, 2012
1 hr. 30 min.
G - All Ages
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SynopsisAs Shinsei Inazuma Japan was about to have a match with Inazuma Legend Japan, a mysterious attack of a person and a swarm of robots interrupted, and another mysterious girl's power drove the world into another dimension. As the world of Inazuma Eleven Go and Danball Senki W met, the two teams must work together to find out what happened to their worlds.
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Ending Theme"Tenohira no Nukumori (掌のぬくもり)" by T-Pistonz+KMZ with Little blue boX
There is no information about this movie, which I thought was pretty annoying, so I will wright a review to give you an impression of the movie.
Before watching this movie, I had only watched the Inazuma Eleven (Go) series. So the combination of Inazuma Eleven and Danball Senki W was something new for me.
The story starts with Tenma and his team playing a match against coach Endou and his team. Then they suddenly get attacked by LBXs. At that moment the guys from Danball Senki W come into action. With the help of everybody of Raimon, they defeat de LBXs but then something else happens. Pieces of the world disapear. After that, Tenma and his team, along with Ban and his friends will try to safe the world from being erased by the enemy.
For me, who hadn't seen Danball Senki W, was de mecha element of the movie something new. Because there is no mecha in the Inazuma Eleven series. The overall main story is a bit of the same as always, I expect that it's also the main concept of the Danball Senki series. They get attacked and try to safe everybody. They argue sometimes, but it always ends well. Even though it's not original, it always gets me excited and brings a smile at my face. It's a bit of thrill that sports can bring to you.
The art was good, the drawing style of both animes was pretty much the same so it wasn't that the characters from one anime were more detailed drawn then the other.
I also don't really have anything to say about the sound. The sound was good, it fit the moments.
The characters of the animes are also alike. Ban is like Tenma, they're both optimistic and help their team go through tough times. Other characters have also a bit in common. I'm not really sure if it's the same for Danball Senki W, but in this movie, some characters from Inazuma Eleven Go who don't really play a big role in the series, are also in this movie. (Like Hakuryuu from the other Inazuma Eleven Go movie.)
I really enjoyed this movie. Because I didn't know Danball Senki W, it added something new for me in the movie. It's also that, except from just one soccer match, there are two different matches, soccer and LBX. The difference is that, while soccer is physical, LBX is more mentally, because, to control a LBX you should just toutch buttons, and willpower is more important. I'm not saying that it isn't important for soccer, ofcourse. Watching movies like this leaves a kind of happieness in me and a smile on my face. I also liked it to see the way that the characters of both series became friends.
I hope that my review helped a bit, I recommend this movie, I liked it more than the other Inazuma Eleven go movie. It is a bit different and I enjoyed watching it. I hope you will too :).
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