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Transformers Generations Fall of Cybertron Stascream Review Images
Jack - Tuesday, November 20, 2012


Thanks to Kapow Toys who have posted a pictorial review of the Transformers Generations Fall of Cybertron Starscream deluxe class action figure that Kapow says: "Jet mode is quite a simple deal but does the job well, the gattling guns can be mounted underneath the wing giving him a mass of fire power, they even have rotating barrels." Check out the images of Transformers Generations Fall of Cybertron Starscream for the full review below.
Jet mode is quite a simple deal but does the job well, the gattling guns can be mounted underneath the wing giving him a mass of fire power, they even have rotating barrels. In robot mode you get some really nice articulated arms and legs but he is sadly missing a waist swivel. The guns can either be hand held or mounted on the rear of the forearm, they can also be combined to form a massive dual cannon which can be held simultaneously in both hands... Read more



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BlackMagnus
2012-11-22
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YES! YES! YES! *random Daniel Bryan reference* All the seekers please. 
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2012-11-22
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give me the repaints now! 
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