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Video Review: Henkei! D-03 Deluxe Astrotrain

Sean Long of Transformers Matrix has provided us with a video review of Transformation! Henkei! Transformers D-03 deluxe class Astrotrain.

Along with all of the usual stuff, the review also covers the differences between the classics deluxe Astrotrain and G1 Astrotrain.

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Blitz 2008-05-09 @ 6:33 am

got mine the other day very nice toy I have to agree

xSEANxLONGx 2008-05-09 @ 1:08 am
I'm sorry. But, I just don't see how it looks anything like the American G1 toy. maybe the Anime or the E-hobby one though.

Yea I mention it looks like G1 Astrotrain in the Cartoon and I agree

Not Letting The Acronym Go 2008-05-08 @ 7:25 pm

I'm sorry. But, I just don't see how it looks anything like the American G1 toy. maybe the Anime or the E-hobby one though.

Pascal 2008-05-08 @ 6:42 pm
My next question...is he actually called Astrotrain in Japan or does he go by a different name?

He's probably called something like Suzuki Kawazaki.

autocon2002 2008-05-08 @ 6:10 pm
Indeed, in Japan autobots are named cybertrons, and decepticons are destrons. The name of the character is actually written in the lower part of the package, in japanese.

Great review, you definately convinced me to get this one!! I wasn't not too sure about the alt. modes, but I think that the robot mode is great.

My next question...is he actually called Astrotrain in Japan or does he go by a different name?

*Edit*...just can't type some days :roll

It says, by the characters, "a-su-to-ro-to-re-i-n" which is the closest phonetic approximation of Astrotrain possible in Japanese.

deathknell 2008-05-08 @ 4:23 pm
Indeed, in Japan autobots are named cybertrons, and decepticons are destrons. The name of the character is actually written in the lower part of the package, in japanese.

Great review, you definately convinced me to get this one!! I wasn't not too sure about the alt. modes, but I think that the robot mode is great.

My next question...is he actually called Astrotrain in Japan or does he go by a different name?

*Edit*...just can't type some days :roll

Sanchimaru 2008-05-08 @ 2:04 pm

Indeed, in Japan autobots are named cybertrons, and decepticons are destrons. The name of the character is actually written in the lower part of the package, in japanese.

Great review, you definately convinced me to get this one!! I wasn't not too sure about the alt. modes, but I think that the robot mode is great.

deathknell 2008-05-08 @ 2:24 am

I believe "Destron" is what they call the Decepticons in Japan.

Good review. I deffinately need to get this one.

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