Transformers 4 Lost Age - Blu-Ray & DVD Promotional Campaign Debuts A New Lucky Draw Evasion Mode Optimus Prime

In what has to be the precise opposite of the design's intent, TakaraTomy is giving away a pair of Lucky Draw Evasion Mode Optimus Primes as part of the promo campaign for the Blu-Ray/DVD release of Transformers Age of Extinction in Japan (where it's known as Lost Age). Also up for grabs are other unique prizes -keep reading for the full rundown! The are two campaigns running concurrently. Campaign 1 only requires proof of purchase from a Lost Age Blu-Ray or DVD. Two lucky winners will walk away with two-of-a-kind gold-plated old-and-busted Optimus Primes, while 10 more will win posters signed by Nicola Peltz and Jack Reynor, and 38 others will get Advanced Series AD01, the Japanese release of Leader-Class Generations Optimus Prime.

Campaign 2 requires a purchase of a Lost Age toy (possibly in addition to the movie, the translation is a bit fuzzy) and 500 winners will receive a "voice card" - a special Optimus Prime card that plays a voice clip from G1 Optimus Prime actor Tessho Genda when opened.
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