(Oct. 06, 2016 2:18 PM)cosmicstriker Wrote: Speaking of which, what exactly is wrong with the blue Beystadium anyway? It's basically the same thing without the giant shield which bothers me. What are the dimension differences?
It's not at all the same thing. It's way smaller, the slope is much shallower, there is no space between the inner ridge and the pockets, the pockets can easily be bounced out of ...
Takara-Tomy's Burst BeyStadium is easily in the upper echelons of their stadium designs; it's better than BB-10 (hated that shallow ridge since the day it came out), and I would say the only stadium with a bitter floor shape is Tornado Attack (the undisputed king).
Don't forget that the Japanese stadiums came with those ugly cardboard barriers you were supposed to use. Of course, nobody actually used them, but Burst's gameplay mechanics make some kind of barrier necessary. The barrier TT designed is really nice and the way the stadium is assembled is very elegant. I also think it's visually the nicest looking stadium in Beyblade history. It's a bit more difficult to do launching techniques but you adapt to it.