All good here. I really like the Cybertron packing. It's very nice, and he looks very cool displayed in his robot mode. The paint scheme is there for all to see, and he looks stunning. I love the silver and black alot more than his original colours. There's also a picture on the back of Megatron (original colours) combined with 'Nemesis Breaker', a darker, Leobreaker repaint (claw mode).
Plenty of extras which is always good. An Earth planet map featuring an Evac bio, and a few changes to the 'catalogue' on the other side. Plus his spinning gun, spikey claw thingee, Cyber Key and missiles.
Very cool bot, even if he is a bit heavey on the 'kibble'. Ultra poseable, only his head is slightly lacking in the articulation department, everything else is as good as it gets. Ankles, shoulders, waist, knees, elbows, wrists, thighs, it's all there. His head only turns a little though, there's not much movement there at all.
That big thing on his arm. Looks pretty cool, a bit lacking in paint though.
Those big long black bits circled in red. They're essential for his transformation, and hold his 'back bits' on (yeah, that's the ones I was meaning before). But while they seem solid enough, I'm sure they could be easily broken off, especially by a kid, and the toy would be totally ruined.
Wow, I don't remember Megs or Galv ever being a car before, but how cool does he look? I just love this, it's awesome. Looks sooooo cool, and Batman would be proud to own one. The only let down is the lack of paint apps on those front bits. A bit dull there.
It's cool that he's a triple-changer, and I do like this mode alot, but I was a bit dissapointed at how little there was to transforming him from the car to this. Basically the two front pointy bits of the car fold back on those long black things (circled in red earlier) and lock into the side to be kinda wings. That's it. Takes two moves, one on each side. Oh well, if it works, it works. As promised, the rockets are down in this pic, sans Cyber Key. You probably can't tell the difference.
|Date||December 28th 2005|
|Score||(9 out of 10)|
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