RAcast wrote:Ultra Markus wrote:Dyn@mo wrote:Is it me, or are Bot Shots just a great way for Hasbro to keep the cash flowing in whilst putting the bare-minimum effort into quality and engineering/development?
I've seen Bot Shots in stores and for what they are they're certainly not cheap. So with that in mind are they really aimed at kids, or are they just a sneaky way to keep the 30yr olds collecting.
And be honest now - none of you are actually using them as game pieces are you? Nobody actually uses the silly slamming-together functionality for entertainment.
i'm 37 and i think these things are ****** hasblo cant fool me into buying into this foolishness
Good for you, but kids LOVE these things, as evidenced by their crazy sales. And those sales bring money to the brand so they can fund the larger figures. It's worth considering that Hasbro making money with a stroke of genius like Botshots is a big deal!
i know KIDS love these things that's what makes these so popular because the KIDS like them but Dyn@mo was implying that all 30yrs old collectors like them and i am saying thats not true. there great for kids but a little silly for my taste
Also, these are clearly all new (and often improved) molds! ELBOWS, MAN! ELBOWS! I'm not a Bot Shot guy, but I might pick up Shocky just to have some adorable evil.Skywarp64 wrote:Is that a gun I see in Bumblebee's hand?
And is that articulation I see on Shockwave?
Also, why is there a Shockwave cosplaying as Optimus Prime?