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Future Card Buddyfight

Alternative Titles

English: Future Card Buddyfight
Japanese: フューチャーカード バディファイト


Type: TV
Episodes: 64
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 4, 2014 to Apr 4, 2015
Premiered: Winter 2014
Broadcast: Saturdays at 08:00 (JST)
Producers: Bushiroad
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Xebec, OLM
Source: Card game
Genres: Game
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG - Children


Score: 7.081 (scored by 1,568 users)
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Ranked: #33212
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Popularity: #5077
Members: 5,272
Favorites: 31
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An adaptation of the Future Card Buddyfight card game.

Future Card Buddyfight takes place in a more futuristic version of today. The card game connects to a parallel universe through special cards (Buddy Rare Cards) that act as portals. They bring monsters to Earth in order for them to become buddies with humans. Through friendship and courage, they take on and fight challenges, known as Buddyfights, where people of all ages have friendly non-hurtful competitions. The main character, Gaou Mikado has just started Buddyfighting. As the story progresses, Buddyfights are seeming to become a little too real...


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Characters & Voice Actors


Ikeda, Shigetaka
Ebina, Yasunori
Sound Director
Takahashi, Hideya
Episode Director, Storyboard
Aikawa, Shou

Edit Opening Theme

#1: "Card of the Future" by Suara & Psychic Lover (eps 1-46)
#2: "Buddy Buddy BAAAAAN!! (バディバディBAAAAAN!!)" by Gaou Mikado (Marie Mizuno) & Baku Oomori (Shuuta Morishima) (eps 47-64)

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#1: "Buddy Buddy Fight!" by Sora Tokui (eps 1-24)
#2: "Natsuiro Fighting!! (夏色Fighting!!)" by Sora Tokui (eps 25-46)
#3: "Shiny Up! (シャイニーアップ!)" by Hanako Mikado (Suzuko Mimori) (eps 47-??)

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Apr 9, 2015
Desk05 (All reviews)
Yay! I have the honor of being the first review!

Future Card Buddyfight is a brilliant TCG anime, that never takes itself too serious. I find this show a lovable mesh of Pokemon meets Cardfight!! Vanguard.

In contrast to other card-based animes, the characters can actually "fight" in the battles instead of only shouting commands. The characters keep one partner only (exception: Gao), so no time-consuming episodes of them trying to fill their fighting rosters.

FCBF constantly uses the word 'buddy' in any sentence possible. This could potentially annoy you (along with Gao's victory one-liners), or it might make you laugh at the sheer cheesiness. read more
Mar 15, 2017
MaskettaSenpai (All reviews)
This isn't the bottom of the barrel. We're through the barrel and plunging into cavernous depths previously unknown to man. This is garbage.

And that's the thing, too. There's no pretension of it being anything other than garbage. Everyone involved knew this was garbage pumped out to kill time on the airwaves and shill a third rate collectible card game. If the creators made a quick buck, I can respect their business sense. I can only muster respect for Future Card Buddyfight as a scam.

This show is as creatively bankrupt as it gets. All the cliches that Pokemon and its ilk have worn into the ground read more


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