Botswanky wrote:Don't worry fellas, you guys aren't the target demographic anyway. It's for people with broader tastes, than just transforming action figures.
Mykltron wrote:If it looks as bad as this:
then I'll be rendered speechless by the price tag. Did they design it on a napkin at lunch time? With a whopping SIX POINTS OF ARTICULATION it truly is a waste of money.
Dead Metal wrote:I don't mind not articulated Transformers, because those usually at least look damn good and have a wide range of articulation.
Looking at the Storm Trooper though and its price tag however, tells me that this will be an immensely over priced piece of crap.
That Storm Trooper has less articulation and detail than a standard Star Wars action figure, to top it off the proportions are horrible, they're neither realistic nor SD they just look bad.
What makes this even worse is that it's 2 feet high. Seriously, you try to sell such a huge expensive product and you can't even outclass a standard retail toy?
for that kind of money you can buy two Amazon Dual Model kit Optimus Primes, or an army of Revoltech Optimus Primes. All of which look way better than this piece of trash.
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