Are you now into Cyberverse? Were you previously into Legends? (Poll)

Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by Blot, Jul 9, 2011.

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Which applies to you?

  1. Love Cyberverse, loved Legends

    35 vote(s)
    38.5%
  2. Love Cyberverse, was not into Legends (or was just a little)

    30 vote(s)
    33.0%
  3. Love Legends, not into Cyberverse (or a just little into it)

    9 vote(s)
    9.9%
  4. Not really into either.

    17 vote(s)
    18.7%
  1. Blot

    Blot Terrorcon

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    I'm just curious. I see a lot of Cyberverse love, but don't remember as much Legends love. I'm just curious if there is a link.

    I love both!
     
  2. AMG

    AMG Old School

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    My love goes way back to the original G1 mini-bots. Legends and now Cyberverse (for me) follow the same idea. Small bots who are fun to fiddle around with, I can't get enough of them. Long live the little guys.
     
  3. Tikin

    Tikin Well-Known Member

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    Fell in love with Legends after I got RoTF Legends Soundwave. Glad to see Hasbro give it the full-on sub-line treatment.
     
  4. Noideaforaname

    Noideaforaname Pico, let's go up to Zuma

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    I'm all about Cyberverse, I don't even bother looking at the other stuff (well, now that I got Shockwave).

    Legends were alright. Devastator was amazing, being a "true" combiner, as were Soundwave & Ravage, but I mostly bought them for scale purposes. Actually, the current Legion stuff isn't a giant leap from Legends (but boy do I love being able to give them weapons), the Commanders/Sets are the real stars.
     
  5. theestampede

    theestampede Wandering Artist

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    Missing a few of them but I've got most of the g1 style legends, which have been for the most part pretty excellent (a few stinkers, not a fan of the g1 prime, look at that guy from the side the lower torso is in front of the the upper body, plus the legs barely move). Really dig the new cyberverse stuff as well

    Would love to see a g1 cyberverse, commander sized g1 prime could be sweet, especially if he had a set with a trailer and a Ultra magnus repaint with a different trailer, commander sized ratchet and ironhide, legion sized cars, season 3 characters. All kinds off in scale and awesome possibilities.

    Can't wait for the tf prime cyberverse, it may hit all the points I want it too hit.
     
  6. 0MEGATR0N

    0MEGATR0N Robot/Gladiator

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    I like this scale the best actually.
     
  7. coinilius

    coinilius Well-Known Member

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    I like small - loved the RotF Scouts to death, and the Cyberverse commanders are shaping up to be pretty sweet as well... Legends figures themselves are a hit and miss affair, some good, some not so good, but the possibilities of using them with playsets and stuff is very fun.
     
  8. Powersa

    Powersa Car Robots

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    Legend size figures are okay to play with, but lack of details. I normally don't pay much attention to these unless they're on clearance, with the exception to a few, G1 guys, Movie Ravage, etc.
     
  9. big hank

    big hank Resident Slacker-Basher

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    I love smaller scales. Coincidently, here is what I've been fiddling with all day....

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  10. slugslinger2004

    slugslinger2004 TFW2005 Supporter

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    I love legends, but haven't bought any Cyberverse toys yet (or 3rd movie toys for that matter).
     
  11. Thalack

    Thalack Well-Known Member

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    Love cyberverse, I wasn't into legends. Ever since I got into cyberverse I've realised what I've missed and have gone back and bought a few legends figures to go with them.
     
  12. SAF7

    SAF7 LOVE this game!

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    I had a few Legends figures, but I never really bought them like I did other size classes. I'll just say that Cyberverse Commanders are one hell of a gateway drug :lol .
     
  13. Nope

    Nope Predacon

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    Loved both, but while Legends were fun toys to fiddle with, Cyberverse has a lot more playability and stuff with the Commanders and sets.
     
  14. Brainchild

    Brainchild Dark Flame Master

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    I bought about 15 Legends from ROTF and love them all. I have yet to delve into Cyberverse, but I don't think I'll do that until Prime.
     
  15. Paxtin

    Paxtin Why am I here?

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    You know whats funny, I'm fairly interested in Cyberverse, but have only so far bought one Cy-verse commander: Powerglide.

    Not all that interested in the film, so I haven't bought any onscreen characters. So maybe TFP's Cyberverse will be a bigger sell for me.
     
  16. Scantron

    Scantron Well-Known Member

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    Not really into either. I have some RotF Legends, but I bought those solely to display with RotF Supreme Devastator and I'm not particularly fond of the Legends aside from use in that display. For Cyberverse, I've bought Powerglide and plan to get Hatchet and Guzzle, but I have no interest in the Legion figures or the playsets. Unless they do a Driller playset at some point; that, I'd buy.
     
  17. tjgoaliedad30

    tjgoaliedad30 Member

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    Which warpath is that? Love it! And where can I get one?
     
  18. xanthax

    xanthax choppaface

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    I've always been into Legends and I certainly enjoy Cyberverse.
     
  19. [Wing_Saber-X]

    [Wing_Saber-X] Fortress Maximus!

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    Cyberverse is teh sh*t!

    @tjgoaliedad30: That's Legends/Classics Warpath. Pretty a PITA to find nowdays.
     
  20. Prime_Directive

    Prime_Directive less than meets the eye

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    I went with the second option, but I really did like Legends. I just never bought very many of them.

    Cyberverse, on the other hand, have a pretty high priority for me.
     

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