First of all they come in robot modes so thats why i'm reviewing them first.
Megatron is pretty much perfect as he is much easiar to pose than the larger forty pound version. My only complaint is that he has baby blue on him. also hisright hand crown-piece is prone to falling off. the tank is in much more proportion than on the larger version too. The sword is light green and flows with the colours well. He has 19 points of articulation. 8/10
The official mini prime transformationis the bad point of this set, however, if you slide the lower legs down and roatait the bum flap up and join it up with the folded back helmet, it looks much better. He is surprisingly articulate for a deuluxe autobot. His powerlix modes avoid with your life. He's about 40% translucent plastic as well. 7.5/10Vehicle modes
Megatron suffers the most here. Number 1 if you fly him around you can clearly see the robot parts. And number 2 his tank drone looks a little forced. Number 3 ther is even more baby blue visible here. but still this is one heavily armed jet mode. 7/10
The arms fit in surprisingly well here they realy look like they are essential for the support of the cab on prime. tghe helmet covers the roated head an fits nicly between the arms. The hitch on the end of the truck bed looks like it could hold the Â£40 prime's trailer.In all a nice vehicle mode. 8/10
In all i don't feel cheated for paying Â£25 for a set where i get a deuluxe for Â£0-5 depending on Megatron's size rank while i'm on an Â£22 a month buget. get it from argos now!
|Date||February 15th 2005|
|Score||(8 out of 10)|