[Humor] What if another company you dislike took over the Beyblade license?

Nvidia

Every year or two they make a slight upgrade to the original Beyblade and promise better performance; but it's marginal or like their advertising for Ray Tracing, a gimmick which shouldn't supersede raw performance increases. Then they make various "in between" or variations of that same Beyblade line; weird variations that seem unnecessary, confusing to the point in which consumers question why they even added those versions to their lineup.

Oh wait-I just explained Hasbro and their line of SlingShock Beyblades.
Tesla: beyblade is run by Elon musk, who invents self launching beys with minds of their own, sends one to mars, then slowly becomes outclassed as other spinning top companies decide to make their own takes on the sentient self spinning spinning top, or SSSST for short.
(Feb. 06, 2019  4:12 AM)DeceasedCrab Wrote: Let's say that Hasbro lost the license to produce Beyblades outside of Japan, and TT sold the license to someone else. Entirely hypothetical, unfortunately that's not likely at all. What's the worst that could happen?

Well, I'll tell you:

Adobe: Instead of being sold in single or dual packs, Beyblades are now sold in entire sets (like all of Cho-Z or God at once). But aside from having to purchase it, you have to pay a monthly license to play with them, or they won't work. They're decent quality and mostly true to the TT originals.

Tesla: Comes out with new innovative designs, but they're so innovative that not only are they completely illegal for tournament play, but they have a rare tendency to burst into jagged shards that harm you.

LEGO: The good news is that you now have way more branded layers and themes! The bad news is that they lock together with LEGO studs, and the Beystadium is full of studs.

Keurig: Single use layers. Or maybe single use tips. Or both.

Rapidity: Mass lead poisoning.

Games Workshop: Turn based Beyblade. Rulebooks hundreds of pages long. And lore, so much lore.

What other alternate and/or Beyblade manufacturers could you think of, and how badly would they mess it up?

McDonalds: Beyblades are covered in layers of grease and the whole stadium is covered in randomly places seasame seads.

TacoBell: All judges are required to carry around hot sauce to punish the looser of a match. Also when someone wins a battle they ring a huge bell in victory.

Adidas: Every Beyblade looks basically the same: but it’s driver is always being improved and being made faster and grippier.

Atari: ...... XD
(May. 07, 2019  12:40 PM)BounduAtakku Wrote:
(May. 06, 2019  2:26 PM)Infinite.DX Wrote: (Focusing on the anime/manga more)
4Kids: Turns Beyblade Burst into Beyblade Xploders. Fills in the gaps of the 12 disk. Censors everything that can potentially make kids scared (COUGH PHI’S EYES TURNING BLACK COUGH). Makes beyblades only one color.
DC: Makes beyblade really dark (Looking at you Killer Deathscyther/Kill Joker)
Nickelodeon: Tries too hard to make Beyblade Burst “hip and cool”.

Beyblades dab when they win.

They've already done it with Clio XD
sega - makes two really good beyblades... Then forgets how to make them.
buy fake ones that would probably be better
Copic: Beyblades all costs about 20 times more than they currently are (artists understand me! Just search up copic Markers and look at the price XD)

Cheetos: All Beyblades are coated in smudgy paint and cheeto is the ultimate Beyblade!

YouTube: Beyblades all have really cheesy names and if you ever mention a Beyblade without giving all the credit to the proper creator of the Beyblade you will get sued. XD
#SaveMumboJumbo
Comcast - Beyblades, launchers, etc. are ridiculously expensive, and if you're not satisfied and wish to return it, you have to go through a gruelling process that makes it seem easier to get a ticket out of hell.

EA (again) - charges $4.99 for every second a beyblade spins, charges $14.99 for every half a rotation the launcher makes, charges 0.99 for every nanosecond you take to launch, and charges $218981 when it finally stops spinning.
Sega: Every beyblade uses Volcanic' driver and doesn't burst.
i dont hate this company but here i go

disney junior: every episode is child friendly and you always get life lessons after every episode and mickey and the gang has their own beys and pete will always cry after losing a match
and goofy always get mislaunches

but on the plus side. THERE ARE BEYBLADES IN DISNEYLAND
Hasbro: take all the metal away.
Oh, right, that was already done...
Sony: Censor all the names and avatars to the point that you don’t recognize them, as well as not letting you play with your friends that have TT Beys.
If Nintendo took over, that would be awesome because of amiibo functionality and other stuff, but this wouldn’t be the right thread for that.
(Jun. 02, 2019  2:05 PM)CitrusNinja3 Wrote: If Nintendo took over, that would be awesome because of amiibo functionality and other stuff, but this wouldn’t be the right thread for that.

Older layers actually used to have little chips in them that you could scan wirelessly like this, but TT never really did anything with it and eventually stopped including them at the end of the God line. Amiibo support actually wouldn't be too unrealistic if Nintendo dipped their toes in.
(Jun. 02, 2019  6:31 PM)MagikHorse Wrote:
(Jun. 02, 2019  2:05 PM)CitrusNinja3 Wrote: If Nintendo took over, that would be awesome because of amiibo functionality and other stuff, but this wouldn’t be the right thread for that.

Older layers actually used to have little chips in them that you could scan wirelessly like this, but TT never really did anything with it and eventually stopped including them at the end of the God line. Amiibo support actually wouldn't be too unrealistic if Nintendo dipped their toes in.

The thing is that the NFC Chips couldn’t even be read by a Nintendo Switch, while an amiibo menu actually acknowledges Skylanders as “not amiibo”
(Jun. 02, 2019  6:43 PM)CitrusNinja3 Wrote: The thing is that the NFC Chips couldn’t even be read by a Nintendo Switch, while an amiibo menu actually acknowledges Skylanders as “not amiibo”

That's likely a formatting thing. If so all it would take to solve is a system update to let the system read that format.
If Pokémon owned Beyblade, they would discontinue making it and all the former bit beasts and other Beyblade creature's turned into Pokémon Gen 9.

(Jun. 02, 2019  2:05 PM)CitrusNinja3 Wrote: Hasbro: take all the metal away.
Oh, right, that was already done...
Sony: Censor all the names and avatars to the point that you don’t recognize them, as well as not letting you play with your friends that have TT Beys.
If Nintendo took over, that would be awesome because of amiibo functionality and other stuff, but this wouldn’t be the right thread for that.

I never thought of amiibo beyblade's.
Nestle- Put extra Lead in Metal. I mean they did it with Maggi Instant noodles, and rapidity does it too...

you can see where it is going....
(Feb. 06, 2019  4:12 AM)DeceasedCrab Wrote: Let's say that Hasbro lost the license to produce Beyblades outside of Japan, and TT sold the license to someone else. Entirely hypothetical, unfortunately that's not likely at all. What's the worst that could happen?

Well, I'll tell you:

Adobe: Instead of being sold in single or dual packs, Beyblades are now sold in entire sets (like all of Cho-Z or God at once). But aside from having to purchase it, you have to pay a monthly license to play with them, or they won't work. They're decent quality and mostly true to the TT originals.

Tesla: Comes out with new innovative designs, but they're so innovative that not only are they completely illegal for tournament play, but they have a rare tendency to burst into jagged shards that harm you.

LEGO: The good news is that you now have way more branded layers and themes! The bad news is that they lock together with LEGO studs, and the Beystadium is full of studs.

Keurig: Single use layers. Or maybe single use tips. Or both.

Rapidity: Mass lead poisoning.

Games Workshop: Turn based Beyblade. Rulebooks hundreds of pages long. And lore, so much lore.

What other alternate and/or Beyblade manufacturers could you think of, and how badly would they mess it up?
Golden Corral: All Beyblades have already been touched and used by 20 other people before they get to you.

Arby’s: no vegetarians legally are allowed to play with Beyblades

Subway: Beyblades are incredibly customizable but never come out exactly how you want them to.
Sony Pictures: Probably make a failing CGI movie called The Beyblade Movie. Probably will fail like The Emoji Movie but 1% less cringey


Actually theyll fail making a Beyblade movie whatsoever
(Jul. 28, 2019  7:06 PM)XSabxManiacX Wrote: Sony Pictures: Probably make a failing CGI movie called The Beyblade Movie. Probably will fail like The Emoji Movie but 1% less cringey

Actually theyll fail making a Beyblade movie whatsoever

To be fair, a Beyblade movie is doomed to fail regardless of who will make it.

Hell, the Beyblade: Fierce Battle movie was bad whilst the MFB Movie was just average.