Something you've got wrong
Okay everywhere on this wikia it says the Beyblade franchise started in 2000. This is wrong, Bakuten Shoot Beyblade was released in 2000, yes.... but the beyblade franchise has been around longer then this. In July 1999, the proto-type/early beyblades were released under the name of "Jisedai Bēgoma Battle Beyblade" of which you can see there is a video game of.
I know that video games get ignored an there seems to be a general ignorance on whats been and gone in the ealry 00s in the modern day beyblade fandom, but it would be nice if you can at least acknowledge the right date of the beyblade franchise starting up? I mean, there is a series of early beyblades whose release dates will conflict with this if you ever get round to adding them like "Spark Knight" (don't know its Japanese name). Spark Knight was based on the Jisedai Bēgoma Battle Beyblade system, not the Bakuten system (which is why when my brother's friend pitched it against one of the bakuten beyblades it snapped in half I guess...). One-Winged Hawk (talk) 11:54, October 13, 2012 (UTC)
- Also, take note for anyone correctring me on spark knight; we got it in 2001, it was out in Japan in 1999, as I said I don't know the name. Its the same as Master Dragoon was out in 2000, I think we got that one in 2001 too, basically, everything is at least a year later with us. If you think I'm worng, you can unlike the same bit-chip on spark knights beyblade in that 1999 video game I've previously linked to.... In fact I recall his secondary bit-chips also were also from that game too.
- Beyblade like Master Dragoon, Wing Defender, are all based on 2000 beyblades. One-Winged Hawk (talk) 12:06, October 13, 2012 (UTC)
- You cannot correct things on this page, because the lock prevents it. So there is clause for concern. If anything, the page should at least allow editors to edit to correct things.