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Generations Fall of Cybertron Autobot Blaster Video Review

By eBEFOREi on Tuesday, January 15, 2013



Here is my review of Transformers Generations Fall of Cybertron Voyager Class Autobot Blaster, with his little lion buddy Steeljaw. A great use of the FoC Soundwave mold, even the unofficial Boombox is fantastic!

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eBEFOREi
2013-01-14
11:24 pm

Thanks man! I didn't even think to twist the leg wheels. I'll have to try it and see if it fills in the gap. Thanks again!  
Tramp
2013-01-14
10:46 pm

This is a great review, and I love the "Boombox" mode. The only thing I'd do differently with it though, is I'd rotate the wheels on the legs to their "robot mode" position, or at least half-way there, to center them more vertically, fill in the gaps, and make them look m... read more 
eBEFOREi
2013-01-12
9:10 pm

I know - not sure why Soundwave got so much pre-release hate. My only complaint with Soundwave was how much bigger he is than expected, but that's not a bad thing really... and yes, Blaster is outstanding! I hear he is short packed in this next wave too which is crazy.... 
Hellscream85
2013-01-12
8:21 pm

while I was thoroughly impressed with the FOC Soundwave mold (even though it seemed to gain nothing but hate until release), I'm amazed at Blaster, a definite upgrade on a good mold! 
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