The Transformers: Age of Extinction One-Step line seems to be going nowhere - but some late comers to the plastic party may still interest some collectors out there. And fellow Seibertronian chuckdawg1999 provides us a new video with a look at another figure from the line, High Octane Bumblebee, below!
Utilizing the "Butterfly" style of transformation Bumblebee, as it appeared early on in Age of Extinction, is represented here. Basically the toy is a re-shell of Drift with new arms and a new head. A fun figure that could make an excellent desk toy. Highly recommended.
Seibertron.com member, Podcaster, and Professional voice talent jON3.0 is back with his Prime reviews in a brand new Channel Ravage Insult! Watch Optimus Prime review himself, I mean the new Rescue Bots Epic Optimus Prime in his usual awesome Optimus Prime voice! Check out the video we've embedded below and remember keep your optics tuned to Seibertron.com for the latest in news and updates, plus the best galleries around!
Youtuber RocketPunchArmy brings us a review that is not your typical Takara or Hasbro figure. The subject of this review is Fewture EX Gokin Alpha Trion. The figure has diecast content and includes extra hands and a stand. The figure can be displayed as Alpha Trion or his younger version A3. The video has been embedded below.
Courtesy once again of fellow Transformers fan from Australia, Tober, we get an in-hand look of Generation Arcee's wave-mate: Generations Deluxe Chromia! Tober has also provided his thoughts on the Camien bodyguard, which can be found here, and some of the images have been mirrored below - check them out.
Not too long ago we reported a sighting of the Hasbro One-Step Stinger at US retail, but Seibertron.com user chuckdawg1999 got his hands on the Takara Tomy Lost Age version, and share his video review of it - check it out below!
While many collectors turn their nose up at the various simplified figures released for Age Of Extinction, Takara/Tomy have really put in a lot of effort making these same figures interesting for everyone. With premium paint jobs and comically strange commercials to match the Lost Age line really stands out. Stinger makes for a fun desk toy while making one hope for a Deluxe version of the character
Remember those Optimus Prime/Convoy styled transforming pens, produced under license from Takara Tomy by Sentinel? Thanks to a tip from fellow Seibertronian Autobot Genocide, we get a look at a video review of the main Optimus Prime version from YouTuber peaugh, embedded below
Thanks to a tip from Seibertron.com user robotmel, we get a look at, via Australian fansite Ozformers and user Tober, the shortly to arrive Generations Deluxe Arcee! A whole new mold, reminiscent of the original G1 character, looked at with some reviewer skills - we've mirrored some images below, and you can find more, with the review, here.
How many of you are still enjoying the ConstructBots line? Fellow Seibertronian chuckdawg1999 has another review to keep you going, looking at Hound with his dino partner/armour Wideload - though he doesn't seem as positive this time round. Check it out below!
Sharing the same basic build as Lockdown, Hound in vehicle mode has more of a car look than I like and feel a military vehicle should have. I do like the build although I think younger hands will have a hard time snapping the pieces on and off the frame without stressing the plastic or pinching their fingers. Wide Load is missing something from making it an interesting partner and the armor mode is rather uninspired. I can recommend the kit only for a Constructbot die hard.
Thanks to Seibertron.com member chachipower for pointing us in the direction of a video review of particular interest. This time we bring to you a video review of generations Chromia by you tube reviewer rocketpuncharmy! Generations Chromia is a redeco and a retool of Transformers prime RID Arcee. We've embedded the video for your viewing pleasures.
Goto Page: 1, 2, 3 ... 97, 98, 99>> 988 total news articles in this section, 10 per page.