Alternators Mirage Video Reviews

Discussion in 'Transformers Video Reviews' started by Peaugh, May 15, 2009.

  1. Peaugh

    Peaugh Hi.

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    plowking I'm with ErechOveraker. Veteran

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    So now that you got him, is Tracks still the favorite?....or did Mirage take over at top spot?

    Nice review. :) 
     
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    His wheels do steer. One of the wheels must not have been pegged into the steering link properly.
     
  4. Peaugh

    Peaugh Hi.

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    Yeah, I noticed that earlier. Whoops.
     
  5. Peaugh

    Peaugh Hi.

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    Not sure. I'd also forgotten my love for Shockblast/wave. Hmm.
     
  6. Z.U.D.O.N

    Z.U.D.O.N Camshaft's Master

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    Quite a good toy :) . I like the fact that he has 2 guns instead of one. :D 

    Does the car hood just sit at the back of his robot mode? And can the car doors be arranged in a nicer manner instead of just "flopping" down?
     
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    You missed a bit Peaugh - 2 panels on the underside of the car/chest that fold open, with notches to somewhat lock the front bonnet chest piece.

    The roof of the car on his back doesn't really clip into anything, at best it squishes up against the dashboard.

    The car doors can point down, stay in a normal position (pointing back) or open up to the sides.
     

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