Video Review:Transformers Generations 30th Scoop with Holepunch & Caliburst

Transformers News: Video Review:Transformers Generations 30th Scoop with Holepunch & Caliburst

Thursday, December 19th, 2013 10:28AM CST

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Seibertron.com member Transformermegazord has shared a review of the eagerly awaited Transformers Generations Deluxe Scoop with Targetmasters Holepunch and Caliburst. Enjoy his review embedded below.

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Re: Video Review:Transformers Generations 30th Scoop with Holepunch & Caliburst (1536520)
Posted by Cyber Bishop on December 19th, 2013 @ 7:09pm CST
Man.. Now I really anticipate this guy!!
Re: Video Review:Transformers Generations 30th Scoop with Holepunch & Caliburst (1536524)
Posted by Mindmaster on December 19th, 2013 @ 7:24pm CST
I swear, if Hasbro/Takara misses the opportunity to retool Scoop into Scrapper, I will be highly disappointed of them. [-(
Re: Video Review:Transformers Generations 30th Scoop with Holepunch & Caliburst (1536543)
Posted by MGrotusque on December 19th, 2013 @ 9:05pm CST
I like that reviewer. I haven't seen any of his reviews before. I also like scoop. Not a huge fan of the target master concept and at how banal it is in execution but i like that at least in combined mode Scoop can use both hands to hold the BFG.
Re: Video Review:Transformers Generations 30th Scoop with Holepunch & Caliburst (1536837)
Posted by Stormrider on December 21st, 2013 @ 3:58pm CST
I was dying to get this figure but will likely wait and see if Takara will release it. Lots of folks including this reviewer have remarked that the paint apps are bland and lacks details. Also the parts on the figure don't seem to pin well together.
Re: Video Review:Transformers Generations 30th Scoop with Holepunch & Caliburst (1542932)
Posted by Banjo-Tron on January 18th, 2014 @ 8:10am CST
I got this figure today and agree about the relative blandness, however the original toy was the same. Perhaps Reprolabels will step up. This is one good looking robot mode if you ask me, but I feel the nebulans could compact down better for gun mode. They are very long and the handles dont reaally lock into place. I can imagine them drooping with prolonged use. Also totally agree at the front of the vehicle doesnt sit together too well. I found that the shoulders were misaligned which made the vehicle worse. I held one side and pivoted the other with a bit of force and now they are aligned.
Re: Video Review:Transformers Generations 30th Scoop with Holepunch & Caliburst (1545659)
Posted by Banjo-Tron on January 28th, 2014 @ 3:06am CST
My text review is below if anyone is interested...

http://teletraan2.blogspot.co.uk/search/label/Scoop

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