On the RFC Reviews Youtube channel, diecast has posted a new video for the Leader Class Transformers The Last Knight Megatron. Probably the most exciting entry in the price point, which gained a lot of attention and anticipation since its reveal at Toy Fair this year. The figure looks great, but the instructions apparently are not, judging by the video. Check out that and more in the review which you'll find embedded below!
While in the US we were giving most of our attention to San Diego Comic Con over the course of last week, Japan was getting its unique edition of Leader Class Optimus Prime in TakaraTomy's The Last Knight series. We have a nice video from wotafa on Youtube that, while in Japanese, very clearly demonstrates the toy, including the shield that is the focal point of its changes from the prior releases. One point proved in this review is that the shield can remain unpartsformed as a backpack if so desired, and in doing is a bit more tidy than the original version of the toy still. For this and more, check out the video below!
The Titan Master figures vary between really cool, and meh. Here we have two figures that are kinda cool; Shuffler is a total package with three solid modes, while Repugnus' weapon mode is kinda iffy. All in all these two are solid additions to the Titan Masters. Read on for the full review.
On Youtube, chefatron has a video up for the two pack of Cloudraker and Wingspan. The set which will be coming to the US as a Walgreens exclusives contains the other half of the clone pairs that were started in the Chaos on Velocitron and Siege on Cybertron sets. In the video we get a good overview of the two figures, along with quick comparisons with other Legends figures for general sense of the size of the robot and alt modes. You can find the video embedded below!
Thanks to diecast on the RFC Reviews channel, we've got a quick look video review for the Valvotron figure being offered by Valvoline as part of the promotional run for Transformers The Last Knight
. Valvotron was available by submitting a receipt for an oil change or the purchase of a quantity of Valvoline motor oil from participating retailers, and the figures are now being fulfilled. You can check out the embedded video below to get a look at the figure up close!
This non Transforming Model Car is Walmart Exclusive Metals Die Cast Transformers The Last Knight Lamborghini Centenario Hot Rod.
INCLUDES HUMAN ALLIANCE FIGURE DEMONSTRATION AND MORE.
Read on to watch the video after the jump.
Coming to you fresh from our forums, chuckdawg1999 has presented us with a new video review of Voyager Nitro, from The Last Knight Premier Edition wave 3. Featuring some cross-compatibility with Titans Return - or just Cogman, up to you - Nitro's been pretty anticipated since it leaked a while back. But it does feature a somewhat involved transformation, making a demo walkthrough good to have. Most of the length of this video is spent on that, making each step of the process clear between showing off the features of the toy in each mode. You can find the review embedded below!
With some lingering doubts about where or when the Transformers Titans Return Trypticon would land here in the States. It only seems appropriate to torture everyone with a bevy of video reviews so you'll know what you are missing in the latest Titan class figure release. The super-duper G1 redux, complete with a 160+ stickers to apply is really beefy. Read on to watch five different reviews of this super-sized Transformers after the jump.
Thanks to lichlute on Youtube, we've got a video review to share for the just-revealed exclusive two pack of Wingspan and Cloudraker. In the US the second pair of Clones will be a Walgreens exclusive, but in at least some parts of Asia the set seems to be generally available. This video of course focuses on the flight-type pair, but also gives plenty of shots with Fastlane and Pounce throughout. From the alt mode grouping toward the end, it becomes quickly evident Fastlane got the short end of the stick in the design of these toys. Check out the video embedded below!
Chuck from our forums has shared a new review video with us. Today he's looking at Scorn from The Last Knight wave 3. Despite (spoilers) not appearing in the movie at all, Scorn got a new Voyager Class mold for this line, significantly larger than his previous toy and with a greater degree of articulation and detailing to go along with it. We've got the video embedded below, click through to check it out right now!
We've got two videos to share tonight for Titans return Misfire, the first retool of the popular Triggerhappy mold originally seen with wave 3. First from xcorpeo is a quick review which gives a good look at how the retooling has changed the transformation versus Triggerhappy, plus giving a basic rundown of the figure. The second video is more of a photo slideshow, but it manages to get in and show off a lot more of the small details of the toy. You can find them both embedded below!
On the Youtube channel of lichlute, we have another video - again in Chinese - showing Titans Return Windblade. This is the third figure in the parts-reuse family previously comprised of Scourge and Highbrow, again sharing several core parts, but otherwise wrapping an all new figure around them. This gives us our first good look at the back half of Windblade's vehicle mode, which had generally not been photographed in any detail before. Now we can see that may have been on purpose. To see for yourself, click through to watch the video!
The Youtube channel Non Majors has posted a video for Titans Return Overlord - in Chinese - giving us a first look at the highly anticipated figure in action. In the video we get to see Overlord in robot mode, along with the transformation to its vehicle modes and configuring the base mode. Overlord is of course a retool of Sky Shadow from Wave 4, with the upper body/jet component being largely or entirely new sculpting, though of course it still works much the same way. You can find the video embedded below!
Thanks forTformers forum user blurrprime we have a video review of the Transformers The Last Knight Autobot SQWEEKS Premium Edition class figure. How does this little blue bot measure up to the rest of the surprisingly decent Premium Edition figures? Watch the video review after the jump to find out.
Nowadays were pretty used to companies (particularly 3rd party ones) producing solid, Legends-classed Transformers figures on a regular basis. However, prior to two or so years ago, that wasnt the case and it was rare to see a really exceptional piece released at that size class. In 2014, a big one was the trio of Sentinel (Sen-ti-nel) Optimus Primes (also released in Ultra Magnus and Black Convoy color schemes) that actually transformed into functioning pens.
While I was looking forward to the deluxe version of Hot Rod the figure is a bit too fiddly for my liking. The Legion version though is a great little figure and worth a pickup.
The Titan Changer line is the transforming branch of Titan figures, not to be confused with the Titan Class large scale figures. Articulation is very limited and of course, the transformation is simple. These are geared toward a younger audience but it is nice to see how all the Megatron figures differ.
We have our first video look at Premier Edition Hot Rod from The Last Knight. This figure is the main feature of the Autobots Unite exclusive subline being carried at Walmarts in the US. The video is in Chinese, and is about half an hour long, but does offer a fairly good look at various aspects of the toy. Starting around 11 minutes in you can see articulation shown off, and from the approximately 14 minute point on to 22, you can see the transformation from robot to car. We have the video embedded below for your convenience, check it out now!