Transformers Generations Fall of Cybertron G2 Bruticus Product Page Is Back, We Have Awesome Images

UPDATE: Pre-ordering is back up with a release date of November 15, 2012.

Fans that were upset last week when Amazon served up and quickly pulled a pre-order page of the Transformers Generations Fall of Cybertron G2 Bruticus set should rejoice: it is now back up!

Images of each individual figure in the Generation 2 colors are also now available with the reinstatement of the page.

The five-figure set was listed at $59.99 last week but is currently listed as unavailable.

This price tag is significantly cheaper than the $99.99 price tag on the San Diego Comic Con 2012 exclusive as well as buying the mass release versions individually at retail ($14.99 x 5 = $74.95, without applicable taxes).

Until a price point is attached, enjoy the images in the gallery.

A previous report indicates that this set will be available in October 2012.

We will hopefully know much more about this figure and availability on Thursday afternoon during Hasbro's Brand panel where we will be live.

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bwbm 2012-07-12 @ 1:43 pm

Amazon page is now back up with pre-orders at $59.99 and November 15, 2012 release date

Lord_Onslaught 2012-07-12 @ 3:23 am

I'm still going after the SDCC one. But keep in mind that FOC Bruticus has to follow in the footsteps of the original G1 Bruticus and try to be the most recolored combiner, of which that distinction is being held by G1 Bruticus

robo_rob 2012-07-11 @ 7:47 pm

Looking at pictures. Yeah, I want the Amazon version. But if I can't, then I'll be happy with the retail version.

AutobotMaximal 2012-07-11 @ 7:45 pm

I want the G2 version more than any other version (with G2 symbols). I don't care if it ain't game accurate. G2 is awesome.

robo_rob 2012-07-11 @ 7:01 pm

I guess in the end, it just depends if the retail version has G2 symbols or not. That'll be my deciding factor.

formerly nortagem 2012-07-11 @ 3:52 pm

I honestly want the G2 versions over the SDCC deco. Thats still at retail right? I'd rather buy them at a store than online.

there will be 3 versions of these figures by the end of the year. The SDCC version is a darker than the ones being released in retail. The retail versions are brighter and almost G2ish. Then there's the Amazon g2 version. 3 different sets. within 3 months. talk about robbing the bank here.

And knowing Hasbro, they'll probably re-release a similar paint scheme to the SDCC version at retail after it's all said and done! It's all overkill for a mediocre-looking gestalt, IMO.

puma 2012-07-11 @ 3:24 pm

I honestly want the G2 versions over the SDCC deco. Thats still at retail right? I'd rather buy them at a store than online.

there will be 3 versions of these figures by the end of the year. The SDCC version is a darker than the ones being released in retail. The retail versions are brighter and almost G2ish. Then there's the Amazon g2 version. 3 different sets. within 3 months. talk about robbing the bank here.

Lord Atmo 2012-07-11 @ 3:23 pm

yeah despite some having weird colors, i may just get this guy cuz he's cheaper

bwbm 2012-07-11 @ 3:22 pm

I honestly want the G2 versions over the SDCC deco. Thats still at retail right? I'd rather buy them at a store than online.

It appears that the Amazon price will be much more favorable. And there was a rumor a while back that Amazon would get an exclusive Bruticus deco, and this might be it.

Lord Atmo 2012-07-11 @ 3:21 pm

Onslaught just plain looks weird with the cheetah markings

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