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==Overview==
 
==Overview==
The Cyclone Beystadium is currently the only known Beystadium for [[Hasbro]]'s ''[[Beyblade: Shogun Steel (anime)|Beyblade: Shogun Steel]]'' toyline. As such, it is intended to harbor the same gimmick that the Zero-G Stadiums hold (swaying Beystadiums); the main idea behind the [[Metal Fight Beyblade Zero-G (toyline)|Metal Fight Beyblade Zero-G toyline]].
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The Cyclone Beystadium is part of [[Hasbro]]'s ''[[Beyblade: Shogun Steel (anime)|Beyblade: Shogun Steel]]'' toyline. As such, it is intended to harbor the same gimmick that the Zero-G Stadiums hold (swaying Beystadiums); the main idea behind the [[Metal Fight Beyblade Zero-G (toyline)|Metal Fight Beyblade Zero-G toyline]].
   
 
Appearance-wise, the Cyclone Beystadium shares some attributes with the [[Zero-G Balance Type Stadium]]. While it definitely retains the general shape of it, there are quite a few differences. For instance, the Cyclone Beystadium is much wider, uses four pins instead of three and is essentially round on all sides excluding pockets. It uses a semi-translucent yellow hue with blue-and-red graffiti-like designs in the centre that bear the Stone Face motifs of [[Samurai Ifrit W145CF]] and [[Ninja Salamander SW145SD]]; as they are included with the Stadium. The most major difference however, is how the original pockets of the Zero-G Balance Type Stadium featured cut-out holes in order for Beyblades to be pushed in, resulting in a knock-out. [[Hasbro]] has however covered these pockets which ultimately provides no, possible way for Beys to be knocked out of the Stadium at any cost. Instead, this forms "penalty pockets" which are quite similar to what Hasbro has used for its previous geometry of Beystadiums.
 
Appearance-wise, the Cyclone Beystadium shares some attributes with the [[Zero-G Balance Type Stadium]]. While it definitely retains the general shape of it, there are quite a few differences. For instance, the Cyclone Beystadium is much wider, uses four pins instead of three and is essentially round on all sides excluding pockets. It uses a semi-translucent yellow hue with blue-and-red graffiti-like designs in the centre that bear the Stone Face motifs of [[Samurai Ifrit W145CF]] and [[Ninja Salamander SW145SD]]; as they are included with the Stadium. The most major difference however, is how the original pockets of the Zero-G Balance Type Stadium featured cut-out holes in order for Beyblades to be pushed in, resulting in a knock-out. [[Hasbro]] has however covered these pockets which ultimately provides no, possible way for Beys to be knocked out of the Stadium at any cost. Instead, this forms "penalty pockets" which are quite similar to what Hasbro has used for its previous geometry of Beystadiums.

Revision as of 18:30, April 11, 2013

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CycloneBeystadium

The Cyclone Beystadium.

The Cyclone Beystadium is an unreleased Beystadium to be exclusively included in the Samurai Cyclone Battle Set. It is quite similar to the Zero-G Stadiums; particularly to the Zero-G Balance Type Stadium but does hold many differences.

The Samurai Cyclone Battle Set has a tentative release date for fall 2013 in international markets worldwide.

Overview

The Cyclone Beystadium is part of Hasbro's Beyblade: Shogun Steel toyline. As such, it is intended to harbor the same gimmick that the Zero-G Stadiums hold (swaying Beystadiums); the main idea behind the Metal Fight Beyblade Zero-G toyline.

Appearance-wise, the Cyclone Beystadium shares some attributes with the Zero-G Balance Type Stadium. While it definitely retains the general shape of it, there are quite a few differences. For instance, the Cyclone Beystadium is much wider, uses four pins instead of three and is essentially round on all sides excluding pockets. It uses a semi-translucent yellow hue with blue-and-red graffiti-like designs in the centre that bear the Stone Face motifs of Samurai Ifrit W145CF and Ninja Salamander SW145SD; as they are included with the Stadium. The most major difference however, is how the original pockets of the Zero-G Balance Type Stadium featured cut-out holes in order for Beyblades to be pushed in, resulting in a knock-out. Hasbro has however covered these pockets which ultimately provides no, possible way for Beys to be knocked out of the Stadium at any cost. Instead, this forms "penalty pockets" which are quite similar to what Hasbro has used for its previous geometry of Beystadiums.

Due to Hasbro's decision to create the Beystadium round (removing the straight side opposite of the pockets), it creates a minimal loss in what the Cyclone Beystadium intends to create: constant swaying and rapid movement of the Stadium; whereas Hasbro refers to it as "the Stadium that battles back" and ultimately, unbalance. Despite this, the gimmick still remains in some shape and is significant enough to emulate the Zero-G Stadiums.

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