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Another Beyblade series? Wasn't the first one bad enough? I have to admit that, at first, I decided to give this series the benefit of the doubt. After all, there was a very little possibility that this new anime could have improved all the many flaws that the original "Beyblade" had, but after seeing a couple of episodes, I guess that this isn't going to happen.
In fact, this new anime was pretty much worse than the previous series, and it was worse than many other cartoons with a similar premise (And that's saying something) being incredibly dumb, clichéd, unoriginal, boring and tedious.
It had bad animation, an even worse plot, and even more shallow characters.
"Beyblade Metal Fusion" is unbelievably bad.
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