With a fresh SDCC exclusive Devastator in hand, I decided to record a quick unboxing video as a preview while production of full reviews gets underway. In this video, I take an overview of the packaging itself before pulling Devastator out and giving my first impressions on the biggest combiner toy ever. The reviews will follow soon, so in the meantime click through and check out our preview video!
On the forums, koolkollectibleskhai has shared his review video of TakaraTomy's first Unite Warriors combiner set, giving us a look at the Japanese redeco of Superion. Later in the video we get to see some comparisons with Hasbro's version of the figures to get a pretty complete overview of what the new set has to offer. Click through to check out the video embedded below.
So Hot Spot, Rook, and Streetwise were all pretty great, Blades is decent, and First Aid is okayish. But, how do the Protectobots do working together? RAC has the answers in his review of Defensor, the eagerly awaited third full combiner to join the Combiner Wars! Continue To The Review!
RACE AGAINST THE LIGHT! On VELOCITRON, racing isn't a sport-it's a matter of life and death! WINDBLADE and BLURR put the pedal to the metal to save CYBERTRON-and their own lives.
In his latest tweet, TakaraTomy's Hisashi Yuki attached a photo of a G1 Bruticus with Groove as an arm as Blast Off looks on. Since a Unite Warriors version of the Decepticon combiner is basically assured, it's hard not to take this as a hint towards at least the intent to add a proper Blast Off to it, in place of Hasbro's brown Slingshot. It's surely too soon to expect anything more than this to be revealed on the subject, so for now it's just something to ponder over. Click through to have a look at the photo.