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Age of Extinction Reviews




ExVee looks at a Bulkhead by any other name with Generations Series Hound from Age of Extinction. The guns may be the biggest selling point, but the figure's only serious problem is needing more deco. Watch the review!




When 2007 the first Transformers movie came out, it was an exciting time for a die-hard myself. I created a Podcast, collected and toys and was thoroughly immersed again in everything Transformers. Even though the movie wasn't perfect it was an amazing experience to be alive and see a live-action Transformers movie on screen. It was a good time to be a Transformer fan and the combination of multi-marketing blitz and fan hyper-activity made 2007 a good year. Read on for the full review - SPOILERS AHEAD.




Our very own JayC has posted an early review of the Transformers Age of Extinction movie from a per-screening held last night. We don't want to drop any spoilers here, but as you can expect it was what we can expect from a Micheal Bay film. That is good news for some, bad news for others. If you are interested in reading the full details on the forth release in the Transformers movie franchise, read the review now at enewsi.com




When does a figure almost completely take a back seat to the accessories it comes with? It happens, and Hound may be one of those cases. In this review, see why an arsenal of weapons might be the real selling point, and why over half of the photos focus on just the accessories! Plus ExVee talks about the very obvious true identity of this toy. Silly marketing departments. Continue to the review!




The forums have been rolling out the Tranformers figure reviews. So many, I can hardly keep up. So I am going to start posting these round-ups with all the latest reviews to help everyone get the scoop on new and older toys. Everyone is welcomed to share their video and pictorial reviews. All you need to do is post them in the forums reviews section. Read on to see all the new reviews that have been posted this month.




Another movie, another classic character name reuse that has no connection with its origins. Or at least, not in the typical sense. I have my own speculation on the origins of this Galvatron which I'll keep to myself, but might actually make the name applicable beyond trying to catch people with another semi-recognizable name. I'll talk more on the process of naming movie characters when I get to Hound. Read the full review!




The last in a three-part series on the Age of Extinction Hexbug Line, the Warriors Battle Stadium playset comes with Optimus Prime and Lockdown, along with a slew of extra weapons for your Hexbug Warriors. If you're all-in on this line and want a nice big battlefield for a whole bunch of Hexbugs, this is the way to go. Read the full review to find out more!




Part two of a three part series of reviews of the Age of Extinction Hexbugs! The Hexbug Warriors Battle Arena playset is the best value in the line provides everything you need to get started with the Warriors. If you or your kids were into Battlebots or Robot Wars, this may be the toy you're looking for. Read the full review and find out!




Part one of a three-part series on the Age of Extinction Hexbug line! RAC looks at the Hexbug Nanos for Optimus Prime, Lockdown, Crosshairs, and Bumblebee. If you want actual robots of your Transformers, the Nanos are one choice. Are they worth it for the price? And what does "transforming" mean with little vibrating bug toys anyway? Read the full review and find out!




Leader Grimlock has decent articulation as a robot, does a great job of hiding unneeded alt-mode parts in both modes, and hides its weapons better in Dino Mode than the Voyager did. However, there's an elephant in the room. A big, shiny, vacuum-metalized elephant. Continue to full review




I remember many movies ago when the idea of Dinobots was not exactly met with favor by Michael Bay. But hey, you get to your fourth and maybe you wanna change things up a little. Dinobots are not the only thing that's changed, but it's the bigger thing everybody points at for this movie and probably rightly so. I mean, you have a semi truck riding a dinosaur. How can you not love the imagery right there? Read the full review!




And now, the first of the movie Dinobots is up for review. Slug is still a Triceratops, but of course everything else is new. How has he fared with the transition to the movie style? How are the soft plastic swords? What's up with the pointy shoes? All these questions and more in the full review!




Optimus Prime is back, and he's shiny! The Autobots' leader has been streamlined for his fourth movie outing- how does that translate to toy format, and how does the figure compare to the Platinum Edition preview figure that ExVee reviewed earlier this year? Continue to the full review and find out!




Drift has been brought over to the movie world, and retains his status as wannabe-samurai-Decepticon-turned-Autobot. RAC reviews his Generations figure to see how else the translation has treated him! Continue to full review




Age of Extinction's First Edition Optimus Prime gives us our first look at a fully original-engineering Transformer with the goal of being child friendly, durable, and good for play with a transformation that can be completed in just 15 steps. As the example for what's to come for main line toys in the foreseeable future, this Optimus has a lot of questions to answer. Read the full review



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