Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by SilverOptimus, Nov 22, 2018.
News Post: Mysterious New Transformers Evergreen 3D Figures On Quidd App
OH MY GOD PLEASE TELL ME WE’RE GETTING FIGURES OF THESE
Huh, maybe somebody decided having the Cyberverse line be the only toys of these designs is an embarrassment. Hope there are more and actual toys happen
Not seeing how these are in any way toyetic, but go off I guess.
They clearly aren\'t actual toys.
One could wish ...
Those are 3d models for animation or videogames
These seem to have some toy hints, look at Bee\'s feet Grimlocks Dino neck. These would be MPish
I'd love a good toy of that Grimlock!
PLEEEEEEASE LET THOSE BE REAL FIGURES, that would be the best not MP Grimlock figure if that's the case, I'll buy it in an heartbeat.
And then do that beautiful Starscream plleeeeeeese!!!
Seem way to complex to be toys. Agreed that they look like video game or animation models
But toys... I need toys.
The Grimlock and Prime look awesome hopefully they are real figures
C'monnnnnn 3rd parties.
That Grimlock is pure Awesome! Man, I really hope these are figures too!
Or, you know, "C'monnnnnn Hasbro" since the designs are theirs and all that, plus newly revealed/seen.
I would love a figure of that Grimlock. It'd easily make up for the horrible PotP Voyager.
But I highly doubt these will be anything more than game designs being how stylized they are. The Siege line is all about G1 accuracy to some extent, and Grimlock deviates from that pretty heavily.
Agreed as long as they handle it like they have with the Siege line.
I'd hate to see yet another great looking Grimlock design kiddified (is that even a word? ) like the recent Cyberverse stuff that's on the pegs now.
Why is Overlord wearing a Bumblebee costume?
Yeah, the Cyberverse designs had so much potential.
Sad how they turned out.
With Siege being the start of a trilogy, and the figures receiving a pretty healthy boost to quality and fan acceptance, maybe these cool designs will see the light of day outside of a simplified kids' line.
It's because Evergreen designs were done with toys in mind. Toy and transformation first and character later. You can clearly see the transformation even without having a physical toy at hand.
Having said that, the complexity here is from non-transforming details and not the transformation itself. We can clearly see that the transformations here are the same as our $7 Authentics figures.
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