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Transformers Go! To Replace Transformers Prime in Japan - Generations, Super GT, and Be Cool Previewed

By Jack on Friday, February 15, 2013

Thanks to twitter user trafes20120505 who has posted scan from a Takara Tomy product promotion, we have news the Transformers Prime cartoon will be renamed to Transformers Go! in Japan. The promo images show a selection of toys from Generations, Super GT, and Be Cool (Bot Shots) that are most of the new figures we know alreayd with the exception of Transformers Bot Shots Launchers that will be repainted for the Japanese market. Check out the scans below for more details on the Transformers Go! series.

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