There have been at least three ''Bakugan'' Video games.

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[[folder: Tropes specific to the first Video Game (Bakugan Battle Brawlers): ]]

* ArtificialStupidity: Prevalent in the Wii version (and possibly the other console versions), to the point where some people intentionally "skip" the AI throws so that they can land on a card for a change. The DS version has much better AI in this respect.
** Repeat after me: Dan is a handicap. It is likely you'll lose the first tag-team tournament solely because the idiot with Pyrus attribute ([[ElementalRockPaperScissors which has a disadvantage on the battlefield in question]]) doesn't make use of what he has. At least he always balances out the battles you're in by assisting you every time.
* {{Cap}}: You can only upgrade a bakugan 9 times. Additionally, each of the 5 stats caps at 5. The maximum base G-Power of a bakugan can only be obtained by ignoring all the other stats.
* ClearMyName: Leonidus (insert no ''Film/ThreeHundred'' jokes) gets accused of a lot of things early on due to his late appearance (relative to every other bakugan) and coincidentally appearing just before Drago gets curbstomped by [[spoiler:Vladitor]]. One of these includes an accusation of underhanded tactics against both Leonidus and his owner, you.
* DarkIsNotEvil: You have the option of starting with a set of Darkus bakugan at the start of the game, which sets Leonidus to be a Darkus bakugan. It doesn't affect the story one bit.
** LightIsNotGood: you also can have a Haos (light) Leonidus that initially wants the destruction of all bakugan. Incidentally, the ingame card artwork indicates Haos Leonidus is canon, since you cannot have more than one Leonidus. ever.
* GangUpOnTheHuman: In a 4-player free-for-all on the console version, The AI [[SubvertedTrope always helps whoever has the lowest G-Power level.]] [[ArtificialStupidity even if that means helping someone who has 2 gate cards.]] On the DS version, the AI behaves more sensibly, always aiding the person with the least amount of gate cards.
* HelloInsertNameHere: You're just referred to as "Kid" or "That Guy" or other vague nouns.
* InterfaceScrew: The ''confusion'' and ''[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin mirror]]'' Hyper Ability Cards on the console versions. Mirror reverses the controls for steering the bakugan. Confusion distorts the screen itself. Both also screw up the AI's steering.
* LuckBasedMission: "Fickle Finger of Fate" randomly changes the rate that the bakugan generates G-Power in a battle.
* OurDragonsAreDifferent: [[ Leonidas]], need we say more?
* SealedEvilInACan: [[spoiler:Vladitor]], who is only able to escape his imprisonment when the events that caused the Bakugan to appear on Earth in the first place transpire. Leonidus eventually surfaces from the Doom Dimension, but only shortly before [[spoiler:Vladitor and [[BigBad Marduk]]]] appear and start knocking out all of the bakugan players.
* VirtualPaperDoll: You can choose from 5-6 styles for any part of the body, and from 6 colors for each one. That is the extent of it in this game.

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[[folder: Tropes specific to the second video game (Battle Trainer) ]]
* {{Cap}}: Bakugan can only be trained up to level 12.
* ElementalRockPaperScissors: There are six elements; Pyrus (Fire), Aquos (Water), Ventos (Air), Haos (Light), Darkus (Dark-obviously) and Subterra (Earth). Each one has a weakness and a strength.
* EvilLaugh: Viper and Aurock.
* LouisCypher: [[spoiler: Dr. Trecov is actually Vector in disguise.]]
* SpaceBase: The Dark Star.

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[[folder: Tropes specific to the third Video Game (Defenders Of The Core) ]]
* AdaptedOut: If the player actually came from the same universe as the first game, then Leonidas not existing can be considered this given that in this game, you have Dan's Magnus Drago as your starting Bakugan partner instead.
* ArtificialStupidity: All AI opponents seem more interested in attacking the environment around you than you or your tower.
* BadFuture: The player is thrown into one were the Vexos won and are moving onto Earth.
* BigBad: [[spoiler:Spectra. Venoheld is present, but Spectra decides to seize the power of the core for himself.]]
* GuiltyPleasure: It's a half-ButtonMasher half-VideoGame/MetalGear clone.
* RightManInTheWrongPlace: The player was simply a rookie Brawler who just happened to be thrown into a BadFuture where the Brawlers are defeated and powerless and they're the only one who can Brawl. Thus, the task of saving the world falls on them.
* RuleOfCool: Gate Cards? Ability Cards? Who cares! We have [[{{Kaiju}} giant monster]] fights!
* SpannerInTheWorks: The Vexos' plan would've been pretty effective, if the player from another world hadn't ended up being completely immune to it.
* SchizophrenicDifficulty: The mission before the final boss is one of the most [[FakeDifficulty infuriating]] things ever put in a video game. You expect a really hard final battle. Well guess what? [[ArtificialStupidity The boss can spend the entire fight hitting a rock as you kill it.]]
* TheStarscream: [[spoiler:Spectra ultimately chooses to steal the power of the core for himself instead of for the Vexos.]]