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By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Fun fantasy, but battles are consequence-free.

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Much like Pokemon or Yu-Gi-Oh, Magi-Nation's format is reminiscent of video games in which fantasy violence rarely results in realistic injury and players have an unlimited source of ammunition (in this case, Dream Creatures) to use against each other. Kids may need to be reminded that in the real world, fighting can hurt living creatures of all shapes and sizes.

But, cartoon violence aside, there's little to worry about in this fantasy series, and grade-schoolers may enjoy letting their imaginations run wild as Tony explores his new powers in a far-away place.

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