I can validate the existance of Hasbro Diablo Nemesis. It is still called "Diablo Nemesis", even in the US. The parts work the same, the weight matches, and this puppy is the real 4D deal. The Close-up picture is mine. I lack a Takatomy one for comparison, but I imagine it's the same. Kohdok (talk) 06:05, December 10, 2012 (UTC)
It's not the same. Hasbro is known to use lower grade metals on the fusion wheels. Having the same weight is a standard. All beys from Hasbro are SUPPOSE to match Takara Tomy's. I have tested both versions a total of 50 times in various stadiums and I conclude that Tomy's is superior to Hasbro's, as usual. ~~RobotsRule~~
- Are you sure about that? I have never heard about Hasbro's metal products being "lower grade", though I do not own any TAKARA-TOMY Beys, so I cannot be sure. Surely you could provide some test results to prove your claim? --- EdBoy3 - Talk to me! 12:48, December 10, 2012 (UTC)
- Hasbro uses the exact same metal as TT, normal Hasbro Fusion Wheels weigh the same, sometimes more than TT Metal Wheels, can't make a judgement about 4D Wheels, but I assume they'll be the same.
- 05:20, December 11, 2012 (UTC)
Diablo nemesis is dual spining
Ultimate Balanace Mode: Hey, i was wondering if X:D is only able to use S2D with Diablo Nemesis in Ultimate Balance Mode because I was thinking of purchasing Nemesis but for the X:D to use it for a Balance-Type and I just wanted to know if it could use this Performance Tip in all modes for any Beyblade, or exclusive to Diablo Nemesis.