beast wars returns...

Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by Lumpy, Feb 9, 2008.

  1. Lumpy

    Lumpy Taylor Swift Actionmaster Super Mod

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    why are all the figures so bloody expensive? i was looking at BBTS and the scout class figures are 40 bucks...whats up with that? was this line that limited in japan?
     
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    Those are the Japanese versions of Beast Machines toys, right? I believe they were Toys R Us exclusive in Japan, so they were probably made in lower quantities than most Japanese TF toys.

    Also they are semi-popular among western collectors, since they are "show accurate" repaints, so there's not as much incentive to clearance them out (I think)
     
  3. Lumpy

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    yeah, thats why i was interested in them, but i cant justify spending that much on them...except obsidian...i just love that freaking mold...ive just gotta save up for it...
     
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    Eh Beast machines would have ben better if they kept their beastwars designs but added different alternate molds on cybertron.
     
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    They were Toys R us Japan Exclusives. I think there were only 5000 units for each one.
     

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