YoungPrime wrote:I don't think any "CHUGS" figure is worse than Universe Galvatron.
Hell I think that hollow bellied FOC Grimlock is more of a disappointment than this Blitzwing figure is.
I'm not too stressed about this review. You can buy 5 of these guys and the odds of them being all the same as far as tight joints and such are really 50/50. Some times toys have some prominent defects/flaws but alot of times it's a figure to figure basis. It's just the nature of mass production. %99.99999 accurate is not %100 accurate. They are only machines.
And not to discredit the reviewer but I think he's just a little intimidated by the plastic. Which is why I quoted YoungPrime above. I was super let down with U Galv. Wonky, floppy arm was horrible.
Well, I was good and drunk about a month ago and was playing with him as I was doing a little shelf re-organizing and I found a spot that arm tabs onto. You just need to put some ass behind it.
Normally i'm also intimidated by the plastic but I was drunk and didn't care. Galvatron is great now. Next time you're playing with him, be a little more assertive in your actions and you should get him to shape up for you.
I'm thinking that this video is an example of that. I'm certainly in no hurry to trash $20+ so I can see how it happens. I've found that my TFs are pretty durable even though some would appear otherwise. I've had a few TF's that I thought just "laid or rested". Eventually I find the spots that line/tighten things up. Now, I'll admit there are some that I've accepted as layers but they seem few and far between. I got my 2 3-piecers on pre-order and can not wait.