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Video Review - Takara Tomy Masterpiece 15 Rumble and Ravage Jaguar Transformers Figures
Jack - Monday, February 18, 2013


Thanks to YouTube member thielmj1 who has posted a video review of the Takara Masterpiece 15 Rumble and Ravage Jaguar acton figures. According to thielmj1 this is: "Such an amazing set, Ravage is a little touchy but well worth the retail price and will be even more so with the US release" Watch the video review now of the Takara Tomy Masterpiece 15 Rumble and Ravage Jaguar toys now.



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Agent 539
2013-02-21
4:34 am

I was more concerned about the price of Ravage after looking at him in the video. I'm having a hard time justifying the price breakdown of $35 once I saw him in the video. They could possibly make Ratbat an exclusive or even part of a mail order promo along with some energon cubes to make ... read more 
AnimatedPlastic
2013-02-20
6:51 pm

Who would they pair him with since we are already getting Frenzy with Buzzsaw and Ravage with Rumble? Would they release another package with Frenzy like they did back in the G1 days? I don't know all the cassettes they produced....but I can't think of any that were paired with Ratbat excep... read more 
Nguyen_Dragon
2013-02-20
6:26 pm

I was actually hoping the Hasbro version would include Ratbat... 
AnimatedPlastic
2013-02-20
6:00 pm

I am glad he notes the possible fragility of the figure in the review. It kind of scares me to think that a $35 figure could easily be broken even by experienced TF collectors. I learned my lesson after GDO Cliffjumper. That was the first TF I ever broke transforming it the first time out of th... read more 
formerly nortagem
2013-02-19
2:50 am

Speaking of 'touchy', every time I hear the US release mentioned, my wallet breathes a sigh of relief! Can't wait for MP Soundwave and his minion to hit stateside! 
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