Tottoko Hamtarou OVA 4: Hamuchanzu no Mezase! Hamuhamu Kin Medal - Hashire! Hashire! Daisakusen
Hamtaro: Ham-Ham Games
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English: Hamtaro: Ham-Ham Games
Synonyms: Hamtaro OVA 4, Tottoko Hamutarou: Hamuchanzu no Mezase! Hamuhamu Kin Medal
Japanese: ハムちゃんずのめざせ!ハムハム金メダル 〜はしれ!はしれ!だいさくせん〜

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Type: OVA
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Dec 1, 2004
Licensors: None found, add some
Source: Unknown
Genres: AdventureAdventure, ComedyComedy, KidsKids
Duration: 40 min.
Rating: PG - Children

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Ranked: #65642
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Popularity: #9653
Members: 1,137
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Considered the prequel to the fourth Hamtaro game (fifth in Japan). In this tribute to the 2004 Olympics, Hamtaro and the Ham-Hams are tasked by Prince Bo with lighting the everlasting torch to Hamcropolis. However, the Rainbow Girls will not allow this and pursue the Ham-Hams.

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Nijihamu-kun
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Iwata, Kana
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Cutie
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Apr 13, 2020
lethargilistic (All reviews)
it's not offensively bad, but it's a commercial for one of the video games and it's barely even interested in its own story. It's all an excuse for them to get the Olympic Torch where it needs to go, it gets there, and then it ends. Sure, there are some side events and conversations with original characters, but nothing particularly interesting. I threw these on because I had been thinking about Hamtaro and the dubs of the first and fourth OVAs were readily available, but I don't think they were worth checking out at all. The OVAs are definitely a supplement to the TV show read more

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