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By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 9+

Likable underdog heroes story features some intense action.

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age 7+

Based on 3 parent reviews

age 7+


This title has:

Great messages
Great role models
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age 6+

Just watched this show with my kids and my kids love it and yes there’s robots fighting but i don’t see the harm in letting kids watch it my kids would love a season 3 on Netflix

Is It Any Good?

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It's easy to like Ariston and his fellow underdog freedom fighters as they stand up to a powerful empirical body that wields power by intimidation and brute force. Their story isn't a unique premise for an action-adventure saga, actually bearing strong resemblance to the Star Wars setup in the interplay between the humans and robot characters as well as the matchup between a formidable empire and a ragtag group of rebels who refuse to give up. Even so, this battle between good and evil has intriguing characters on both sides of the ideological divide and some mysterious story elements that entice viewers to return for the answers in successive episodes.

Robozuna's action plays out in some very physical exchanges between combatabots on the competition field, which are more impactful than you might expect because of the robots' personalities. What violence involves humans is intense at times, and there are times when it's presumed secondary characters are killed. Though Ariston and his friends generally emerge unscathed, their plight puts them in constant danger of capture or worse, and there's a pervasive sense of peril that might worry sensitive kids.

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