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!
A small amount of Titans Return merchandise has hit retail in Australia, and we haven't had long to wait for fans to start showing them off. From Goktimus Prime we have a Youtube video featuring Legends Class Wheelie.
The video shows off the clever transformation engineering, a quick rundown of the robot mode's build, and a short segment on what will or won't fit in the vehicle mode's occupant compartment. The video review is embedded below, so check it out!
We've been able to get hold of a Combiner Wars Victorion boxset just a bit early, so we're bringing you our first look at the set in this unboxing video. We'll take a good look at the packaging, along with the paperwork inserts such as the excellent miniposter, before moving on to a quick, preliminary overview of the six toys. But we've got a lot more Victorion planned for you in the very near future. Keep checking back as we bring you galleries, more videos and full reviews of this great box set! Click through to check out the unboxing, embedded below!
YouTuber lichlute does it again with a video review of the Combiner Wars Protectobot Groove Transformers deluxe figure.
The Internets were raging when images of this guy slipped out last week. Now we have a look at the figure out of the package with shots of his robot, motorcycle alternate modes and all the details in-between.
Watch the in-language video for the full preview.
Louis Bernal has uploaded a pair of videos to Youtube giving us a first look at the final production Victorion box set. Due for release on May 15th from participating retailers (the first video incorrectly refers to the set as a Comic Con exclusive), we're getting a very early look at a sample that leaked via Ebay. One video is a basic unboxing that also shows the new designed hands and feet up close. The second video is an instructional for assembling Victorion's Lightning Bug sword. We have both videos here for you to check out, so click through and take a look.
The always-entertaining YouheiDX has posted his stop motion video review of Unite Warriors Convoy Grand Prime! The Japanese counterpart to Optimus Maximus and/or Ultra Prime is joined briefly by his inspiration, the severely underrated Energon/Super Link Leader-class Optimus Prime/Grand Convoy. Youhei also hints that a Sky Lynx video may be in the near future... Keep reading to have a look at Convoy Grand Prime!
We will take a look at the Transformers Planet of Junk Clash Platinum Edition collectors set.
As always the painting on the front is great looking. This set says it is commemorating the 30th anniversary of Transformers the Movie. It is supposed to represent the Planet of Junk scenes from the movie, but the scene depicted in the painting never occurred in the movie. Read on to see the review below.
Thanks to jas d on Youtube we have our first look at Combiner Wars Sky Lynx in video. Sky Lynx is at this point likely to be the final new mold designed for Combiner Wars, and so has a lot riding on it. Unlike Brawl who carried similar hopes, this video suggests Sky Lynx is managing to pull it off for the most part with no significant flaws called out. We've embedded the video for your convenience, but caution is advised if you're susceptible to motion sickness from fast movement in videos - there are some amazing things happening here with post-production image stabilization!
From the Starblight Youtube channel we have a first look on video at Combiner Wars Wheeljack. While photos have already told a great deal of the story in terms of absent deco elements in robot mode, the video gives a good overview of the entire situation with the toy. Plus, we get to find out that it's packed with Windblade
Vol.2 #2, part 3 of the Combiner Wars event. We have the video embedded below for your convenience, so keep reading and check it out.
Over on our forums, koolkollectibleskhai has shared a video with us taking a quick look at Generations Leader Skywarp. The video mainly focuses on the differences to the preview instances of the Leader Class Seekers, seeing what's better or not versus those earlier toys. We have the video embedded below, so keep reading and take a look!
Forum user chuckdawg1999 has posted his video review of Generations Pipes! A repaint of a remold, Pipes is based on Huffer, who in turn was based on the Legends class Optimus Prime mold. Keep reading to learn more!
YouTuber felzbug has posted a review for Unite Warriors Defensor! This 30-minute review covers the entire set, including the Takara-exclusive Deluxe-sized Groove! Keep reading to check it out.
TFormers forum member chuckdawg1999 has posted a review of Legends class Chop Shop! A reuse of the Skrapnel mold with a new head, Chop Shop makes the leap from Insecticon to Deluxe
Insection - but Chuck's not sold on the new paint job. Keep reading to watch the review!
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