Transformers Generations GDO Voyager G2 Megatron Review
Thursday, October 4th, 2012 8:46AM CDTCategories: Reviews, Sponsor News, Toy News
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Posted by gothsaurus on October 4th, 2012 @ 10:59am CDT
Now, what will I do with him? Oh yeah! He can loiter over here with the G2 Botcon set and the new G2 Jazz.
OH! Here's his new bio below. Enjoy!
Trading in his Fusion cannon for an equally destructive and shock-inducing neon dayglo color scheme, G2 Tank Megatron's overt brashness is second only to his nuclear paint scheme. Can link up inter-dimensionally to a green highlighter marker hidden in a sub-space pocket to draw power.
"I'll rip out your optics!!!"
Posted by kirbenvost on October 4th, 2012 @ 11:20am CDT
Yeah, he really needs an arm cannon, and some general remolding on the body. Still a pretty decent figure though.
Posted by Banjo-Tron on October 5th, 2012 @ 3:17am CDT
Posted by gothsaurus on October 5th, 2012 @ 8:33am CDT
As is, Hot Spot, Wheelie, Springer stick out as the best of the lot. Cliffjumper surprised me as being pretty nice, too. Megatron isn't at the top, but still is eeking his way into the middle somewhere for me.
At least these Asia exclusives are still from the last round of full-sized, full-quality, fully-articulated molds. While the FOC molds have been interesting, and I love the game, the FOC line has indeed made me sad at the drop in size and quality... and simultaneous rise in price.