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Beyblade Metal Fusion Super Vortex Battle Set

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  • From dynamic attacks to evasive maneuvers, all of your best techniques will be put to the test
  • Make yourself the champion
  • Awesome set comes with everything you need to stage a serious spinning showdown
  • Battle it out between your Storm Pegasus top and your Lightning L-Drago top with a left and a right-spin Ripcord Launcher
  • Set includes Super Vortex Beystadium arena, 2 exclusive Beyblade Metal Fusion tops and 2 ripcord launchers
  • Also includes 24 tournament grids, official rule book and 2 collector cards
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STEM Toys & Games

CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.5 x 14 x 14 inches ; 5.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B003A6GIKW
  • Item model number: 19980
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #97,089 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (100 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Turn up the excitement with this awesome battle arena for your super-cool Beyblade tops. This Super Vortex Beystadium arena was specially designed for super-intense battles -- which is important, because you're about to go all out. Set up your Storm Pegasus and Lightning L-Drago tops to prepare for battle. With its RF tip for aggressive maneuvering, your Storm Pegasus top is a serious mover and shaker. Your Lightning L-Drago top has a unique left-spin that maximizes its attack potential. When these to battle it out head-to-head, there's no telling who the winner will be. Start the spinnin'g with your two Ripcord Launcher tools and keep it going as you chart your battles on the 24 tournament grids.

  • Product Dimensions (inches): 3.5 x 14.02 x 14.02
  • Age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon.com

    The Beyblade Metal Fusion Battle Set is an engaging, twenty-first century version of the classic game Battling Tops. Modern details and rules of engagement, along with customizable designs and a concave playing field, will have kids aged eight years and up at the top of their game in no time.

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    Metal Fusion Battle Set

    Ages: 8 years and up
    What We Think

    Fun factor: 4 stars
    Durability: 4 stars
    Ease of assembly: 5 stars
    Educational factor: 3 stars
    Novelty factor: 4 stars

    The Good: Kids must work out strategies and design combinations to ensure victory

    The Challenging: The arena may not hold up to extended rough play

    In a Nutshell: An updated version of Battling Tops with more options to keep players engaged
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    Beyblade Metal Fusion Battle Set
    Set includes rip cord-powered launchers, two metal-rimmed tops, and a specialized battle arena. View larger.
    Beyblade Metal Fusion Battle Arena
    The battle arena's concave design facilitates action. View larger.
    Customized Tops Battle it Out
    The Metal Fusion Battle Set relies on rip cord-powered launchers that propel two metal-rimmed tops into a specialized battle arena. Two tops, Lightning L-Drago and Storm Pegasus, are included in the set, and many additional Beyblade tops are sold separately.

    The trick to Metal Fusion is to build a five-piece top with all the qualities necessary to outlast your opponent. The set contains both a left- and right-spinning top, so you can strategize and create collisions that slow down a fast-spinning top or boost a slower one. Kids will have to use their brains to work out the combinations of spin direction, height, wheel shapes, and tip types that ensure victory.

    Beyblade Metal Fusion Battle Tops
    Strategize and create collisions with these specialized tops. View larger.
    Concave Arena Puts You in the Center of the Conflict
    The Beystadium battle arena features a concave design that naturally directs each top into the center area where contact is inevitable. The battle arena is made of plastic, and though it's designed for conflict, its lightweight material may show wear and tear with extended rough play.

    Several Play Options
    Combatants can choose from several launch techniques to gain advantage over one another. For example, using the Sharpshooter technique, one player launches a top directly at its rival as it enters the stadium. Or using the Shield technique, players make their tops spin faster by launching them in alignment with the arena wall.

    Rules of Battle help to ensure fair play, and advanced players can follow Power Spirit Rules to invoke five-second Launch Delay and the weak-hand Reverse Launch rule. With multiple play options, Metal Fusion will keep your kids engaged for hours.

    What's in the Box
    Metal Fusion Beystadium, two Beyblade tops, two assembly tools, two launchers, two rip cords, rule book, tournament tablet, two online code collector cards, and instructions.

    Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    Completely not worth the money.
    L. Sell
    The tops themselves are made of metal and plastic and seem pretty durable, although they do get scratched up as they "battle" together in the arena.
    honest reviewer
    The game play itself is a whole lot of fun and the older kids will really enjoy the fast paced game play.
    Joseph P. Ulibas

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
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    This is a great idea for a toy series and this is a solid starter set. Think of this as an upgrade from Pokemon for kids who want to see their creature battles in real live action.

    There's a plastic arena (a bit flimsy but not bad), and the idea is that two players select their Beyblades (metallic tops) based on the arena style and on which Beyblade their opponent has selected. They insert the rip cords into the releasers, then mount their tops and, on the count of three, let 'em rip. The last top standing wins - but there are a few other ways to score points, and if someone misses the arena they lose.

    Who wins each game has a lot to do with the "personality" of the top - different tops are weighted and shaped differently, and that affects their spin speed, their spin style, their spin endurance and their power relative to other tops. That means that all other things being equal, a given top has advantages over some and disadvantages over others, and may work better than some in some arena types and worse in others. There's a degree of skill here in selecting which top to use in which arena and against which player; there's also skill in deciding on an angle and trajectory of release. I imagine that with some experience and a range of different tops a given player could get very good at winning.

    Having said that, with this particular set, the "Pegasus Storm" top tends to win almost every time over the "Drago" whenever both are properly launched (see attached video for proof!). You can, however, take them apart and rearrange the components to create a new set of Beyblades. Still, to really gain the benefit of this set and get a feel for the overall possibilities of the game you'd want to pick up a few more of the Beyblades.
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    32 of 37 people found the following review helpful By BeybladeFanxD on August 2, 2010
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    Like the title says, this product is great! The Stadium is waaaay better than the thunderwhips. The stadium has more of a curve than the thunderwhips. It also doesn't have any unusual placement of knock-out holes. Because it is a very good stadium, it does not have any knock-out holes( i think that's a con). The whole set includes Storm Pegasis,( this is just a recolor...It's not a galaxy as i thought)Lightning L Drago, Ripcords, Launchers, and the Stadium.Oh, i forgot, it also comes with a rule book, tournament sheets,and etc.

    ~ Good stadium
    ~ Comes with L Drago
    ~ Everything you need to get started in beyblade

    ~ No knock-out holes in the stadium
    ~ the stadium is a bit smaller than the thuinderwhips
    ~ Pegasis is just a recolor of Storm Pegasis
    ~ In the package i got, it had no stickers.
    ~ Paint on Pegasis comes of pretty easy.

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    41 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Bill Nicholas on September 13, 2010
    Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
    Basically, spinning tops bouncing into each other. The real intent, by the maker, is to get you to keep buying new tops and arenas. The question I have is, Will it catch on as a must-have collectible? My 9 year old son played with it and says he likes it. It took forever for both of us to figure out how to get the tops put together right, but once you figure it out it's ok. He figured out that there are other types of tops that react in different ways, i.e., the way they spin, how long they spin and how they react when they hit another top, but you have to buy them. He also says there are other stadiums. As an adult, I don't have a lasting interest in it. My son hasn't asked for more, either. I think spinning tops are fascinating and fun, but after a while, it becomes rather predictable. I understand this toy is trying to make it more unpredictable, but I've seen attempts to make simple toys into something more fall by the wayside before. Be prepare for a played-for-one-day toy, or a neverending quest to buy everything they've got (I bet on the former).

    Update 12/16/11: Turns out these things do have staying power. I've been reading about how they have successfully re-introduced these toys and they are selling well. My son did go through a second round of playing with them and he reports others in his school have them, as well. So, it may be a good bet for a present.
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    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jojoleb VINE VOICE on September 11, 2010
    Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
    Beyblade is Hasbro's take on that old Ideal/Mattel game of Battling Tops . This is generally a successful version of the older game. In some ways it is faster but in others a little less exciting.

    Inside the package you will find two pre assembled Beyblade tops, two launchers with rip cords, the stadium, a set of score cards and the instructions. The build of the tops seems pretty solid. They are made of both metal and plastic components but are definitely made to take some abuse. The launchers seem competent, but are mostly plastic and a little flimsy in comparison. The stadium itself is made of the stuff that thick, disposable, plastic cups are made of and would crack or crush easily if stepped on by a younger child. The angular depressions on the side of the stadium make for a cool look, but don't really contribute to the function. The central depression, however, is curved just enough to keep the tops spinning in the center and actively colliding.

    Whereas the original Battling Tops were wound around with string and launched at the side of the stadium, the Beyblades tops are placed in the launchers. Tops placed in the launchers are held in the players hands, powered by a quick tug on the plastic rip cord, and released into the stadium. Each top has its own launcher (indicated by the sticker on top of the Beyblade top and on the launcher itself. The tops spin in opposite directions, so they will not fit into the wrong launcher.) The tops whizz furiously into the stadium, bouncing against each other and to the sides of the stadium. You have some control over how the top launches by changing the angle of the launch or moving the launcher as you power up the top.
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