Video Review of Masterpiece MP-19+ Smokescreen
Thursday, January 9th, 2020 10:37pm CSTCategory: Toy News
Posted by: william-james88 Views: 23,044
I just uploaded a review of the Mp19+ Smokescreen and showcased some of its updates from the original release.
Under the supervision of Nissan, this Masterpiece Smokescreen features a realistic vehicle mode, colored to match his appearance in the animated series. The updated head sculpt recreates the shape featured in the series as well. Smokescreen comes with interchangeable facial expressions along with smoke effects, jamming launchers, and disruptor rifle.
Made of plastic
Based on the original Transformers animated series
Converts from robot to Nissan Fairlady sportscar
Includes weapons and accessories featured in the series
Smoke effect parts can attach in robot or vehicle modes
Instructions may or may not include English translation
2 Smoke effects
2 Jamming launchers
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Posted by TulioDude on January 10th, 2020 @ 9:41pm CST
Armada Smokescreen would make a cool toy too.
Day 11 of waiting for Transformers Armada Masterpiece news.
Posted by VioMeTriX on January 12th, 2020 @ 12:36am CST
Posted by Ironhidensh on January 12th, 2020 @ 8:40am CST
VioMeTriX wrote:Armada masterpiece won't happen, 90% of the designs were not real vehicles or animals...Takara is not going to make masterpiece figures out of such low budget toys with no real nostalgic value. 90% of armada were like cheap dollar store knock offs.
I think you are wrong here. The children who grew up with the Unicron Trilogy are not yet at the age were disposable income is a thing. There are close, though, and in the next ten years or so, I think you'll start seeing a rather large uptick in Armada nostalgia.