Generations Video Review
Thanks to Kevin Liu we now have a very good look at Leader class Rodimus Prime, capping off the first wave of Power of The Primes. Kevin's video is of course in Chinese, but presented clearly enough to tell what's going on anyway. Most interestingly, we get side by sides with Titans Return Hot Rod, which shows the Hot Rod form of this toy to actually be a fair bit bigger. As Titans Return Hot Rod was already a bit big for a Deluxe, you can imagine the new one is surely pushing the boundaries of being comparable with Deluxes! The video as well as plenty of screencaps can all be found below - keep reading to see it all!
Once again via Kevin Liu's Youtube Channel, we have a new look at a Power of The Primes toy we're still waiting on in the US. Voyager class Starscream is on show in the latest video, giving us details about the figure that we haven't been able to see before. And some we have, like the verging on diastrous overuse of stickers on the jet body, and the incredibly simplistic transformation. We have our best yet look at the combiner mode, as well as the transformation process leading to it. We have the video embedded below, and we've taken full resolution screencaps to better show some of the toy's details. Click through to see it all!
Kevin Liu on Youtube has gotten hold of Leader Class Optimus Prime from Power of The Primes, and posted a video going over all the features of the toy. It's in Chinese, but it's easy to get the basics from the clear visuals. In addition since this is our best in-hand look at the toy so far, we've also taken a series of still from the 1080p video to give you a chance to get a good look at various aspects of the toy. We're not quite sure when the Leader Class will hit retail in the US, but we'd almost bet on signs of it before the holidays have come and gone. Click through to check out the screencap gallery and see the video embedded below.
Fresh from our forums, chuckdawg1999 has brought us a two-in-one video covering the first two Dinobots in Power of The Primes. Deluxes Swoop and Slug (Slag) have beaten Grimlock out to retail by a little bit in the US, so we get to see how one of the first Classics
-family updates for the rest of the Dinobot team turn out before we find out about the latest take on the oft-revisited. You can find the review video embedded below!
On the RFC Reviews channel, diecast has shared a video for the Hascon "exclusive" that caught most people's attention, Titans Return Arcee. This is the latest heavy retool of Blurr featuring a bonus die-cast metal Ultra Magnus Titan Master in addition to its own Titan Master Leinad. All information so far is that this will be available again outside of the convention distribution, with the info card at the event promising major retailers. Meantime, you can watch the video embedded below to get a better look at the whole set!
Slugslinger has a special place in my heart. It was the only Decepticon Targetmaster I had when I was young, so I knew I had to make sure I got the Titans Return update. I'll say it right now, Slugslinger's weapon is the best of the entire line, being the closest to the original G1 Targetmaster look, you almost miss the Titan Master interactivity. Transformation is simple but satisfying which leaves me wondering why its mold mate Triggerhappy is so involved. Even if it wasn't the last deluxe figure in the line Slugslinger would be a must have.
The Titan Master figures vary between really cool, and meh. Here we have two figures that are kinda cool; Shuffler is a total package with three solid modes, while Repugnus' weapon mode is kinda iffy. All in all these two are solid additions to the Titan Masters. Read on for the full review.
On Youtube, chefatron has a video up for the two pack of Cloudraker and Wingspan. The set which will be coming to the US as a Walgreens exclusives contains the other half of the clone pairs that were started in the Chaos on Velocitron and Siege on Cybertron sets. In the video we get a good overview of the two figures, along with quick comparisons with other Legends figures for general sense of the size of the robot and alt modes. You can find the video embedded below!
With some lingering doubts about where or when the Transformers Titans Return Trypticon would land here in the States. It only seems appropriate to torture everyone with a bevy of video reviews so you'll know what you are missing in the latest Titan class figure release. The super-duper G1 redux, complete with a 160+ stickers to apply is really beefy. Read on to watch five different reviews of this super-sized Transformers after the jump.
Thanks to lichlute on Youtube, we've got a video review to share for the just-revealed exclusive two pack of Wingspan and Cloudraker. In the US the second pair of Clones will be a Walgreens exclusive, but in at least some parts of Asia the set seems to be generally available. This video of course focuses on the flight-type pair, but also gives plenty of shots with Fastlane and Pounce throughout. From the alt mode grouping toward the end, it becomes quickly evident Fastlane got the short end of the stick in the design of these toys. Check out the video embedded below!
We've got two videos to share tonight for Titans return Misfire, the first retool of the popular Triggerhappy mold originally seen with wave 3. First from xcorpeo is a quick review which gives a good look at how the retooling has changed the transformation versus Triggerhappy, plus giving a basic rundown of the figure. The second video is more of a photo slideshow, but it manages to get in and show off a lot more of the small details of the toy. You can find them both embedded below!
On the Youtube channel of lichlute, we have another video - again in Chinese - showing Titans Return Windblade. This is the third figure in the parts-reuse family previously comprised of Scourge and Highbrow, again sharing several core parts, but otherwise wrapping an all new figure around them. This gives us our first good look at the back half of Windblade's vehicle mode, which had generally not been photographed in any detail before. Now we can see that may have been on purpose. To see for yourself, click through to watch the video!
The Youtube channel Non Majors has posted a video for Titans Return Overlord - in Chinese - giving us a first look at the highly anticipated figure in action. In the video we get to see Overlord in robot mode, along with the transformation to its vehicle modes and configuring the base mode. Overlord is of course a retool of Sky Shadow from Wave 4, with the upper body/jet component being largely or entirely new sculpting, though of course it still works much the same way. You can find the video embedded below!
The lone new mold in Titans Return Wave 5 at the Legends price point, Seaspray is a long-awaited Classic style updating of the G1 character, which is sure to drive collector demand. Much more cartoon and original toy -oriented than the Voyager several years ago, but as a toy on its own merits, will it sink, or swim? Click here to watch the review!
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On Youtube, Chefatron has shared videos for the just-released (in Asia) Titans Return Octone (Octane) and Blitzwing. The videos go in to some good depth about what's different on these figures versus the Optimus and Megatron uses of the base molds so you can get a solid idea of what these new releases have to offer, plus a look at each figure on their own. And if you want a nice bit of shock, watch for the Titans Return Blitzwing and 2013 Generations Blitzwing. Cripes.
Both videos are embedded below, so come take a look.
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