fenrir72 wrote:Based on TF lore, there's like Trypticon who could get the"titan" treatment. Doubt Fortmax will be re made (or maybe?) And a fools dream (perhaps) for a Scorponok (wish it wasn't so).
So all this is speculation on my part unless hard facts/data proves otherwise. So how did TF Generations Metroplex sell? Disappointing or encouraging? Tried google but got nowhere. So among seibertron's staff who most possibly have some hard facts (sales figures)whats's the verdict?
Well, back in 2003 Unicron ensured the survival of the Supreme Class, though it wasn't for the lack of trying (with Cheetor and Air Attack Primal). If anything, we could see a new Titan Class-size toy regardless of sales by means of "Try Again"
And,i remember the reason Brave Max could not be released was the drop test so is Metroplex less deadly to kids this time?
That was brought up a few months actually, the OP went all out with official forms describing different tests. From what I can remember, his size and weight actually made Metroplex eligible for a different type of Toy Safety Test, possibly omitting the dreaded Drop Test. Another theory I've heard is that he's not classified as a standalone figure per se, but more like an interactive play set which follows a different set of rules. Either way, he's been released, why jinx it?
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