Toy Fair 2012 - Transformers Cyberverse Optimus Maximus Official Images and Pricing

Transformers Cyberverse Optimus Maximus converts from giant robot mech suit to battle station and back again. Each mode features lights, sounds and firing projectiles, enhancing the play experience. Equipped to hold six CYBERVERSE LEGION (sold separately) and three CYBERVERSE COMMANDER figures (sold separately), this figure is a must have for Fall 2012

The TRANSFORMERS CYBERVERSE action figure expression, introduced for the first time in 2011, is created in a collectable small scale and features easier robot-to-vehicle conversion than its larger counterparts in the ROBOTS IN DISGUISE line. In 2012, the CYBERVERSE line will be available in the style of the hit animated series TRANSFORMERS PRIME from Hasbro Studios. The easier conversion and smaller scale allows kids to change the toys from robot to vehicle and play out the TRANSFORMERS fantasy!

Approximate retail price: $34.99
Ages: 5 & up
Available: Fall 2012

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Tfboy 2012-02-13 @ 2:52 pm

I like this. I just think it's pretty cool, with the whole TF Prime/movie/BW all put into one. I may just start collecting more of the Cyberverse figure just for him.

Jason X 2012-02-12 @ 3:11 pm

I like him. The base mode isn't as complex as I'd have liked, but I still like the style. Optimus Maximus has been said to be larger than the Leader class figures and the price is supposed to be $35. I'm sure there'll be sales since this is coming out later in the year so it should be easy to score this for less than $30. I think that's decent all around.

Emerje 2012-02-12 @ 9:19 am

I know this was described as a Cyberverse base, but I was hoping it would be a little more Transformer and little less playset. The old G1 city bots had great alt modes and articulation, but Optimus Maximus here is barely articulated, just elbows and hips. Not too crazy about the framework look either, I like my bots to be solid, who makes a base that's full of holes?

I'll get one if I can get it on clearance or with a good discount, but not full price.


Lord_Onslaught 2012-02-12 @ 4:37 am

Reminds me too much of Energon's Fatimus Prime. only with holes everywhere, so I this thing should be cheap as hell. And will definitely not come anywhere near my collection.

Optimus Maximus? More like Optimus Failure

Breaker 2012-02-12 @ 4:29 am

I think it looks pretty awesome. I cant wait to see some pics in the Action Pose Thread of how it looks with a bunch of different commanders and cyberverse stuff.

puma 2012-02-12 @ 2:20 am

THATS IT?! -sigh-

Shadowpanther 2012-02-12 @ 1:54 am

Wow this thing looks interesting & very creative in both modes. theirs no doubt kids will have tons of play value fun with this toy.

This is the first time,I've seen the alt mode. it reminds me a bit of 1986 metroplex's rolling air craft carrier alt mode.

the design of the robot mode screams Beastmachines/RID Primal Prime & a bit of 1986 Ultra magnus.

I like how the hollow feet are a slight homage to 1987 fortress maximus's hollow feet.

either way,it just seems like the designers did their home work,reserach previous TF toys designs. then tried their hardest to combine a bunch of TF designs into one sigular toy.

While,I love all the creativity & hard work that went into this toy. I think I'm way too old for something like this. So this is a easy pass/no buy for me.

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