With wave 1 having only hit a few weeks ago now, amazingly we're already seeing a first video review for wave 2 Titans Return product! Chefatron has posted a Youtube video featuring Soundwave from the second Leader Class assortment. The Blaster retool gets a nice show here, highlighting some of the changed parts, and displaying it in all three of its modes. It even features some of the data tablet toys of Soundwave's minions (sold separately) to top the whole thing off! The video is embedded below - click through and watch!
The big bot is the central figure in the Weaponizer sub line featuring lights and sounds, that are somewhat hard to control and can go off at random. Transformation is simple, but not simple enough to justify the small sheet of instructions, that are only one sided. Overall the figure looks cool, and thanks to some well placed swivels, can get into some good sword wielding positions. Most collectors will turn their noses up at this figure, but Prime cuts an imposing pose and is a lot of fun. Keep reading for the embedded video!
Windsweeper is an update to the old G1 Triggercon. Unfortunately it uses one of the most overused molds of Combiner Wars; thus out of box, Windsweeper is a floppy mess. Thankfully the figure is meant to be a leg, and holds together in that form. If you're completing Thunder Mayhem Windsweeper is a necessary evil; if you're a die-hard Triggercon collector, you can pass on this figure.
Our forums member koolkollectibleskhai has shared a new video with us, talking about Masterpiece Loud Pedal, this year's Tokyo Toy Show exclusive. In the video we get to have a very detailed look at the car's deco, a close view of the unique head sculpt, and then a nice overview of the paint work on the robot mode. Plus we get a quick run through of the accessories and a comparison to Masterpiece Tracks to finish things off! The video is embedded below, so keep reading and have a look.
The last figure from the first wave of Titans Return Legends Class figures has gone up in the latest video on the Starblight.de Youtube channel. Stripes is the figure from this batch that's gotten the least love, and while the video is not completely positive toward it in every mode, this does give the impression that Stripes may be at least a little better than photos would lead you to believe in its bestial robot mode. The video is embedded below, so click through to start watching!
Thanks to Bridgemagnet who's come by today with a review video for the surprise release of Masterpiece Bumblebee from Hasbro. Given a whopping high price tag at Canadian Toys R Us, the video goes in to detail about how Hasbro's treated their latest Masterpiece offering.
And to top it off, Bridgemagnet has produced numerous photos of the set so you can get an even better look at all of the details. You can click through to watch the video, embedded below, and check out the great photo gallery!
Once more from Youtube channel Starblight.de we have a new review of Legends Class Rewind from Titans Return. The video gives a general overview of the figure through its three modes, and does call attention to an important point or two in the design that should be kept in mind, such as the weapon storage. We also get a good look at the new pack in tech spec cards, and generally a nice look at the figure. We have the video embedded below, so keep reading and have a look!
The Starblight.de channel on Youtube has released another video today from the Titan Master assortment just recently released in Germany. This video, in English, goes over Nightbeat, showing the Titan Master figure itself, including a side by side comparison with Crashbash. There's also a look at the pack-in vehicle and how the Titan Master integration works with it, and the weapon mode for larger figures to use. The video is embedded below, so go ahead and check that out!
Today on the Starblight.de Youtube channel comes an English language review for Titans Return Crashbash! Crashbash is based on the design of the classic Headmaster character Squeezeplay, and is notable for featuring a different level of integration with its transforming dragon mini-vehicle. The video shows off close detail on the Titan Master, including some looks at how it interacts with different toys, plus shows off all the transformations including the weapon mode. We've embedded the video for you, so keep reading to take a look!
It seems we are truly on the verge of the major release of Titans Return, finally
, as the first video coverage of Deluxe wave 1 has hit. Thanks to cykko2 on Youku we have a quick series of videos looking at all four initial Deluxes. In Chinese. But even if you can't understand the dialogue, it's our first good chance to see how the transformations work in action, and there's still more detail evident just from the visuals. We've mirrored these videos to Youtube for convenience as Youku isn't the most user-friendly, and you can find them all embedded below.
Today on our forums, chuckdawg1999 stopped by once again and has shared with us a new video looking at the new four pack release of the Weaponizer type Robots in Disguise Mini-Cons. The video shows the Mini-Cons in both their robotic and weapon forms as well as demonstrating their transformation action features, and then talks about the kind of compatibility you might expect to find across the different segments of the RID line as a whole. The video is embedded below, so click through and check it out!
YouTuber Optibotimus has posted a video review of Titans Return Fortress Maximus! Having received one of the Australian Forts Max at great expense, his 43-minute video details the massive Transformer and all his light and sound gimmicks. Keep reading to check it out!
Thanks again to our pal Timo who stopped by to share even more with us about the Titans Return Powermaster Optimus Prime leader class Transformers figure.
Following the images, With the figure in-hand, we have a video review. While this review is also in-language* (see below), it gives us an extended preview of the figure in his robot, alternate, and base modes.
Watch the video below for an in-depth preview of this ultimate redux of the G1 Powermaster Optimus Prime to see how Hasbro have brought this figure back in a whole new way.
Timo Damian Reidt who has sent us in-hand images of the Transformers Generations Titans Return Loudmouth has posted a video review of the figure.
Get a look at the Titan Master class Loudmouth out of the package in both his modes. The video review is in-language* (see below), but you'll still get a good look at this little guy in the video below.
Forums member chuckdawg1999 has brought us a two in one review. Throwing all sense to the wind he imported Titans Return Wheelie and Rewind from the brief early Australian release and has prepared a video about the two figures for us. Have a look at the transformation, some of the design details and more. You can check all that out in the video, embedded below!
The Youtube channel for Kal El Reviews has followed up from the original posting of the review for Titan Class Fortress Maximus with two more videos with a little more focused coverage. First is a comparison video running through the similarities and changes between 2013's Titan Class Metroplex and the new Fort Max. After that is a video running through the step by step transformation from robot mode, to ship, to battle station, and back to robot again. We've embedded both videos below for your convenience, so keep reading and check it out!
After giving us in hand photography earlier today, Kal El has posted the first review of Titans Return Fortress Maximus on his Youtube channel.
While it doesn't cover the transformation processes, the 25 minute video does give a general look at all three modes, the articulation, a before and after with the sticker sheet, a demonstration of the electronics, and a quick run through of the Cerebros and Emissary components. It's a lot of information, and more may still be coming!
The video is embedded below, so click through and take a look!
Along with Wheelie, Goktimus Prime has uploaded a video showing Titans Return Rewind. The Legends figure draws lots of inspiration from the IDW comics as shown in the robot mode. The video also shows the data tablet and tank modes, as well as giving a look at the screen sticker with cassette "wallpaper" based on the deco of the original G1 Rewind toy. You can click through to take a look at the video, embedded below!