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Prime Beast Hunters
First Look at Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Predaking Robot and Dragon Modes!

By Jack on Saturday, December 01, 2012



Thanks to our sponsor Big Bad Toy Store who have given us our first look at the Voyager Predaking Robot Mode that was strangely missing from the NYCC Hasbro panel. The pre-oder page posted offers new looks in two images showing the full on robot mode and a new shot of the Three Headed Dragon mode too! Transformers Prime Predaking voyager class will be released in January 2013 and is listed now for a price of $27.99 USD each or $44.99 USD case of 2 at bigbadtoystore.com. Check out the images below.

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How do you like the Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Predaking Robot Mode?
5 - Great
4
3 - Okay
2
1 - Terrible
0 - Do Not Care

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Lord Atmo
2012-12-03
6:02 pm

Agreed. This will be Scourge in my collection as well. The toy looks nifty and stuff...so does the character. But he IMO he just doesn't work as a "big bad" nor as Predaking 
Lord_Onslaught
2012-12-03
5:00 pm

I'm just going to call him Cybertron Scourge and stick him on my CHUG shelf. Especially since he is not Predaking and I have no interest in the Beast Hunters figures. Which from what I can tell has had a mostly negative reaction anyway 
Tripredacus
2012-12-03
4:26 pm

This Predaking might be even weaker than the Titanium one. 
Markusius
2012-12-03
3:39 pm

Guess I'll wait and see. This is NOT the same mold we saw at NYCC. Besides the paint apps the mold is entirely different. Aside from the figure, yes, not being a combiner version of Predaking sucks and it would be better if the name was Hun-Grr instead of Predaking. This figure is kinda... read more 
puma
2012-12-03
1:15 pm

i don't know how i feel about this line anymore. might be skipping Beast Hunters all together. 
Jason X
2012-12-03
11:34 am

I like the other version better but this isn't bad. 
Lord_Onslaught
2012-12-02
4:16 am

Not surprised that he is a let down, I'm wondering how Takara is going to paint him, though the beast mode they showed at NYCC was a lot better looking than this 
Bubbah
2012-12-02
12:34 am

I actually kinda like it. I'm looking forward to the "leader/supreme/whatever" class size we saw a while back, but this isn't that bad. I'm glad to see a beast that just doesn't stand up or isn't a shellformer. And yeah, he's not G1 Predaking, but honestly I'm g... read more 
Hellscream85
2012-12-01
3:58 pm

This is where you're wrong, we were teased with the possibility of combiners in Prime with FOC, next Hasbro announces Beasthunters, followed be an announcement of Predaking, then we get the full reveal on this Cybertron Scourge homage, and you're getting annoyed that people are upset? In th... read more 
Transmitte
2012-12-01
3:45 pm

 
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