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Hyperblades was a series of Beyblades that were released by Hasbro during the Plastic Generation years of 2003, 2004 and 2005. They consisted of re-released Beyblades redecorated with two colours on the Attack Ring that when the Blade was spun, the two colours would come together to create a whole new colour, completely. Thus, creating a "hyperactive" sensation.
In mid-December 2012, Hasbro re-introduced the theme with the same purpose to apply to the Beyblade: Metal Fury toyline which utilizes Beyblades with the 4D System. Spark FX is also implemented with these new reiterations, as well. There is also a Hyper Strike Set released with a recoloring of Cosmic Pegasus F:D and L-Drago Destructor F:S, different from these single packs.
List of Beyblades
- A-09: Galzzly
- A-10: Galman
- A-24: Driger Fang
- A-25: Dragoon Fighter
- A-35: Draciel Fortress
- A-39: Wolborg 2
- A-40: Seaborg 2
- Hyper Strike Set
- BB-M28-FX: Omega Dragonis 85XF
- BB-105-FX: Cosmic Pegasus F:D
- BB-108-FX: L-Drago Destructor F:S
- BB-114-FX: Variares D:D
- BB-116-FX: Jade Jupiter S130RB
- BB-117-FX: Blitz Striker 100RSF
- BB-118-FX: Phantom Orion B:D
- BB-122-FX: Diablo Nemesis X:D
- BB-124-FX: Kreis Cygnus 145WD
- BB-126-FX: Flash Sagittario 230WD
- Hyperblades are around 1 gram lighter than their Takara Tomy counterparts; This is caused by the fact that Spark FX beyblades are more easily breakable than Takara Tomy's, and partially from a lack of iron fillings.
- Despite Fang Leone being the second 4D beyblade seen in the anime, there is no Hyperblade version released in the Metal Fury Toyline, with it and Death Quetzalcoatl being released in the Beyblade Legends Toyline
- Beat Lynx has been released by Hasbro twice without a 4D system (once without the 4D system, another in Spark FX, yet again without the 4D system) and currently does not have a Hyperblades version.