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New Transformers Go! Images Show Jinbu and Ganou Combiner Mode Toys Compared with Optimus Prime

By BaCon on Wednesday, June 19, 2013



Thanks to the official Planet Iacon page we have some new images of the Transformers GO! Samurai combiner team action figures. Get a look at the other two comibined modes with Jinbu and Ganou as the head pieces with a scale comparison next to the Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Optimus Prime voyager class figure so see how big these toys really are.
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Autobase Aichi has shared a set of images showing off Kabaya's upcoming Swordbot Samurai Team candy toys. Taking a break from obscure and desirable G1 figures, Kabaya is doing their own take on a team from Transformers Go!, the Japan exclusive line that mixed late Beast Hunters molds with new robots. Like these! Kenzan, Ganoh, and Jinbu can combine in any order, Getter Robo-style, to become a new super robot. Keep reading to see the images!
Thanks to Alfes2010's Twitter page who has shared a batch of screen captures from the final episode of the Transformers Go! cartoon that has been showing in Japan. The show that is distributed by DVD in TV Magazine and TV Boy. Show images from the finale featuring the Samurai and Shinobi teams who join forces with Kenzan, Gekisomaru and Optimus Exprime as the Daigekisou combiner to battle the evil Predacons.
Thanks to Tambeyoda Reviews we have a new video review of the Transformers Go! G26 Optimus Exprime triple changer figure. The fans were way excited about this Japan exclusive figure until they saw it. An Optimus Prime with three modes is hard to resist, but the lack of details and the very strange dragon mode felt like it was less than meets the eyes. Watch the two part video review that works through all the modes and gives us the scoop on the good and bad of this figure.
Takara Tomy have added a new video to their official Youtube channel. Watch the full preview of the triple changing figure that demonstrates the transformation between robot, bullet train and dragon modes. We also get to see demonstrations of his combiner modes with the other Transformers Go! action figures to make Daikenzan and Daigekisou. Watch the Transformers Go! G26 EX Optimus Prime New Video Promo From Takara Tomy below.
Thanks to Toy Box of YO who has posted out of box images of the Transformers Go! G26 EX Optimus Prime. Check out new shots of the figure combined with G01 Kenzan and G05 Gekisomaru as well as looks at the bullet train, dragon and robot modes. See all the Transformers Go! G26 EX Optimus Prime New Out of Box Combiner Images below.



















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