The story continues with the protagonist Ikki and his medabot Medabee. However, Ikki loses a battle to a new type of Medabot without emotions called Kilobots. Disturbed by the inherent nature of Kilobots, Ikki and Medabee fight Kam, the mastermind/creator of these Kilobots throughout the series.
Story: The story was decent at best. In all honesty, it was a disappointment. The plot did not pull you into the story nearly as much as the previous seasons. Additionally, the story follows a common archetype and fails to build up suspense in the fights.A good characteristic was the continuing motifs of friendship and teamwork, although very straightforward at times, it abided by the previous notions of the Medabot series. Lastly, a real disappointment was the absence of previous characters in the series. My favorite Medabot Rokusho did not partake in this series, however they made an awful imitation of him called Roks which just made the sereis feel like its been going on far too long. Henry and the Referee had also been eliminated. Henry was awesome and the Referee was humorous at times.
Sound: The sound effects were kinda crappy. I've taken into account that this is an older show, yet it does not live up to other series of the same period including various Gundam series and Hajime no Ippo.
Characters: My only complaint from this category is the character development. Kam, Ginkai and several other main characters histories are introduced at what I thought was a bad time or simply gave vague details to support the following actions. The author also gave many episodes to develop some characters, but many of these scenes give counterproductive insight.
I would rate this series a "6" or a "5" mainly because I enjoyed the prequels. Overall, I think this series killed Medabots.