In Superlink it is Galvatron not Megatron, in japan Armada Galvatron was called Super Megatron, the toy was a repaint, a powerlinx version of Megatron not a enhanced body. So for Superlink, Micron Super Megatron is revived as Galvatron.
Robot form: Look at him, its G1 Galvatron and he is awesome, the colours are fine though a facial expression would have been better. In this mode he has articulation at elbows, shoulders, knees and waist for arms and legs and his head can turn. He has green cannons off both shoulders and this harks back images of Beast Wars Terrorsaur or transmetal Megatron using shoulder cannons, I imagine they are versions of Armada Megatrons Tank nozzle. This figure works better with Terrorcon weapons forplay value. Other then that he's for hand combat, something Galvatron did alot of in Marvel UK G1.
Vehicle form: This is a gunship and its armed to the teeth its wings can spread out and images of Star wars episode 2 Republic gunships springs to mind here. It has play value but it would have been better with projectiles.
Tank: This is maybe too big, It attaches to Galvatron robot mode arm or his gunship mode 4 powerlinx holes. It has one projectile and in a way reminds me of G1 Optimuses roller. there is a sword that can attach to it but that sword would have been better with a handle. Also the turret should have had articulation.
All in all: Very good, Galvatron is back, he has somke flaws but has alot of merits though I wouldnt give him 5.
|Date||March 6th 2004|
|Score||(8 out of 10)|
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