From our forums, we've got another video by chuckdawg1999, this time taking a look at the newly released MP-40 Targetmaster Hot Rod. The video serves as a good comparison between this Hot Rod and the original release, really highlighting the significance of the new deco. Plus of course we have a look at the Targetmaster figure itself, originally seen on the US release of Masterpiece Rodimus Prime. You can find the video embedded below; click through to watch now!
The younger generation needs Transformers as well. If you want your children to have Transformers that are slightly more involved than Rescue Bots, then this is the way to go.
Once again we've got a new video from the RFC reviews channel, where diecast shows the Shadow Fisher upgrade kits for Masterpiece Ironhide and Ratchet to replace and reposition the door panels off of the hips for a cleaner look. Installation is demonstrated on Ironhide and at the end both figures are shown with the modifications completed as well as showing that Ironhide is still fully capable of transforming with the replacement parts installed. You can find the video embedded below!
Nowadays we’re pretty used to companies (particularly 3rd party ones) producing solid, Legends-classed Transformers figures on a regular basis. However, prior to two or so years ago, that wasn’t the case and it was rare to see a really exceptional piece released at that size class. In 2014, a big one was the trio of Sentinel (Sen-ti-nel) Optimus Primes (also released in Ultra Magnus and Black Convoy color schemes) that actually transformed into functioning pens.
There's a lot of versions of this mold in the pipeline, with a proper Laser Optimus Prime and Triple Changer Oct
ne being the two most notable. But, is it worth having this specific version? Well... Click here to read and watch the review!
From chuckdawg1999: "Better late than never! Soundwave has been a bit hard to find in the US, but I was able to finally get the figure. Like most repaints/retools there are some things better on Soundwave and some things that are worse. Overall what I liked about Blaster, I like about Soundwave and I'm happy to have what I feel is a proper update to the G1 toy."
Keep reading to see the review!
Diecast of Radio Free Cybertron has posted his review of Toyworld Assault, their take on Masterpiece Thrust! He's taken a comprehensive look at this impressively large alternative to Masterpiece Thrust, which towers over even MP Starscream. And it even comes with a very large and impressive stand! Keep reading to have a look.
Following up on ExVee's Gnaw Gallery, RAC reviews the figure! He's a cute little guy, and the troop-builder you'd want a Sharkticon to be. He also has a fun Titan Master interaction! Shark Mode is a little bit better than Robot Mode, which bears the brunt of the Legends budget's compromises, but nothing about the figure is outright bad. Click here to read and watch the review!
YouTuber Optibotimus has posted a video review of Titans Return Fortress Maximus! Having received one of the Australian Forts Max at great expense, his 43-minute video details the massive Transformer and all his light and sound gimmicks. Keep reading to check it out!
RAC finishes off Combiner Wars Wave 4 with Battle Core Optimus Prime and his combined form, Optimus Maximus! Improved hip joints and a nice new head sculpt refresh Optimus Prime, but the combined form is still saddled with all the problems of Ultra Prime/Menasor. Click through to watch the review!
RAC starts out Combiner Wars Wave 4 with Deluxe Sunstreaker! It's not a bad toy, but the plastic is terrible and there's already a perfectly good modern toy of G1 Sunstreaker. Even so, it has some good points - and Optimus Maximus has to have somebody
to use for arms and legs. Keep reading to see the review!
RAC reviews Transformers: Devastation! It's a solid and fun game that focuses on replay value, perhaps at the expense of the single playthrough. And the presentation is very G1 - but is it too G1, or not G1 enough?
Click through to watch the video review and decide for yourself!
Our good friend and forums member koolkollectibleskhai has stopped by once again to share with us his review of TF-02 Rodimus Prime from the ES-Gokin series. The licensed figure depicts the Autobot leader in super deformed style with plenty of articulation and a range of accessories, which we get to have a good look at through the course of the video. We've got the video embedded below, so click through and check it out!
Thanks to AutobaseAichi, we found out that YouTube reviewer Tomb of Macula has posted a video review of the Platinum Edition Dinobots set! The set features Age of Extinction Generations Dinobots in G1 colors, with new headsculpts to represent the original five: Grimlock, Snarl, Slag/Slug, Sludge/Slog, and Swoop/Strafe! Read on for stills of the new headsculpts and the video review!
Our forums member koolkollectibleskhai has stopped by to pass on another new review video, this time looking at the Platinum reissue set of Blaster and Perceptor. Featuring a full run through of both large toys as well as the cassettes, and a detailed comparison between the reissue Blaster and a G1 original, there's plenty to see in this video. If you're interesting in finding out just what this has to offer, click through and check out the embedded video!
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