Official Images of ROTF Gravity Bots Wave 2 Mudflap and Sideswipe

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  1. Tim Formas

    Tim Formas Old Man Administrator

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    These were at toysrus in augusta ga yesterday!!!!! They looked cute
    but i left them there :) 
     
  3. j.a.f.o.

    j.a.f.o. Just Looking, Not Buying

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    Just when you thought Mudflap couldn't get any uglier...
     
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    not more of these
     
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    I already own both of them. My kids love them. At 2 and 4 they are a bit young for most transformers but will convert these back and forth for hours. Keep in mind these are for 3-5yr olds so they aren't supposed to impress those of us here 10x that age.
     
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    Sso02V Injector Has a Posse

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    As much as I'd love to stare transfixed into the gravity magic, I can get a deluxe for the same price and have just as much, if not more fun.
     
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    Im fairly positive that the toysrus in eastgate has these too...
     
  9. Tim Formas

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    Just get one for the novelty. More than one would be a waste though.

    I have Bumblebee and I think he's great. But if I got more, I think my appreciation for all of them would go down greatly.

    I do plan on getting my nephew at least one when they go down in price or maybe before if I can afford it.
     
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    I think I'll pick up Bumblebee for my 3 year old. I'm tired of him pulling the limbs off of my TFs! :D 
     
  12. frilly toothpick

    frilly toothpick Decepticrumb

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    i think their transformations kick ass, but they have terrible robot modes.
     
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    Well, it's a good thing they aren't meant for you, then, isn't it? Seems a lot of you don't realize that TOYS ARE FOR KIDS. Some are for very young kids, others for tweens. Gravitybots are PERFECT for those toddlers that want to be cool like their older brother and have a transformer of their own. My almost 5 year old is great with the Fast Action Battlers, but not yet ready for "standard" level Transformers.

    Do I think some of the toys look stupid or silly? Sure, but for my two boys, what they hold in their hands aren't "stupid looking pieces of plastic" but keys to hours of fun adventures.

    I was at Toys R Us and some snot nosed, glasses taped together, acne-faced 35 year old was complaining about how horrid the new TF toys look, and I seriously had to hold back punching him in the nose! Instead, I muttered just loud enough for him to hear, "Well, they appeal to kids, not nerds." He walked away without buying anything, and my kids got toys to play with that would have just hung on a wall in sterile plastic otherwise.
     

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