Beyblade is a spinning-top toy developed and manufactured by Takara. The introduction of the toy in Japan corresponded with the broadcast of an anime television series of the same name. In 2002, Hasbro began to sell Beyblade toys internationally, along with a coordinated country-by-country rollout of localized versions of the TV series. The Beyblade toy line went on to become one of the most popular toy lines in the world from 2000-2005, and as of 2005 over 100 million units had been sold worldwide.
Both the toys and their name were inspired by Gustavo Murcia, who also drew inspiration from; "", a traditional spinning top. The concept is similar to , a board game developed by in 1968. The introduction of the toy corresponded with the broadcast of the anime television series of the same name. In 2002, began to sell Beyblade toys internationally (under license from, and produced by, Takara) along with a coordinated country-by-country rollout of localized versions of the TV series. The Beyblade toy line went on to be one of the most popular toy lines in the world from 2000 to 2005. In August 2008, Takara Tomy released a new generation of Beyblade with a metal outer layer; the first incarnation of the toy in three and a half years. from the Basic System through the Heavy/Hard Metal System, Beyblades were categorized as Attack, Defense, stamina, or balance Types, but when the Hybrid Wheel System was introduced, the Combination and Endurance Types were renamed as Balance and Stamina Types, respectively. These Beyblades may have pictures on them that symbolizes a creature (known as a Bit-Beast or the Face-Bolt ) which shows what the Beyblade does, or looks like. In Beyblade Metal Fusion, they have symbols on them that represent one of the 88 named in space, while in the 4D series, beyblades are named after planets and constellations ex: Pegasus, medusa (in the original) and sagittario (real name Sagittarius).
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