Same size Legends or Scaled Cyberverse

Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by OptimusPrimer25, Jun 4, 2012.

  1. OptimusPrimer25

    OptimusPrimer25 Well-Known Member

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    Which in ur opinion is better sam size legends class or the new scaled Cyberverse figures. Personally i kinda like the legends cause they fit a little better with the ark playset
     
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    Hard to decide.

    Some Commander figures are very good (and even better than deluxes) but having all the figures around the same size really makes a better experience with playsets or custom "bases". You can have battle stations, doors and chairs that all (or almost all) your figures can use.

    As a base/playset fan, I will prefer all the figures around the same size.
     
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    I prefer cyberverse commander and legends size though. Those bots who have jet, tank or truck mode should be in commander size. All car bots and bikes can be in legends size. That will be perfect. They will still work well with the playsets. Prime cyberverse scale is perfect so far in my opinion except for breakdown.
     
  4. Flexx Ark

    Flexx Ark Cyberverse Completionist

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    I agree with this.
     
  5. LigerPrime

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    Same here. The scale with Cyberverse was a good aspect of the line as it allowed for more detailed TFs especially for the larger ones like Optimus, Sentinel and Megatron.
     
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    I prefer the same sized toys, because I did not see Legends as a real size class, more as a collection of characters in miniature size so that's why they were the same size. Something of a collectible. The invention of Commanders in the now renamed Cyberverse destroyed that thought.

    But if G1 Legends toys in Cyberverse would continue that fashion of everyone being the same size, I would not mind it. Although I might have bought some more of the Prime toys if everyone was the same size. Now I'm probably only going to get the Cyberverse Vehicon.
     
  7. Robogeek28

    Robogeek28 Who're you calling a geek?

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    Cyberverse scale all the way.
     
  8. Noideaforaname

    Noideaforaname Pico, let's go up to Zuma

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    I like having some sense of scale, even if it's the most basic "car-dudes are smaller than most everyone else." I mean, trucks, jets, and construction/mining vehicles aren't anywhere near similar in size, but since the robot modes are generally depicted to be of similar height it doesn't bug me that much. But car-bots (and tiny guys like Ravage) are supposed to be smaller in both modes; having them the same size as everybody else is just too weird.
     
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    I like the same size only as a collectibility aspect. And because Ravage is fucking awesome. Otherwise, the weaponized, accurate, and scaled Cybervers are my drug.

    If Cyberverse didn't exist, Prime Commander Megatron wouldn't exist, and that would be a crime.
     
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    Cyberverse, having slightly larger boss characters is nice.
     
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    Cyberverse line has contained some of my favorite figures so far. I'm very happy with the scale and a lot of the molds.
     
  12. OptimusPrimer25

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    see thats how i look at it and i just make sentinel and shockwave customs form previous figures like sentinel (optimus) shockwave (spinner/blades) and megatron.3 (boncrusher)
     
  13. Kaiwera05

    Kaiwera05 Soundwave Enthusiast

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    Cyberverse. I'm not usually one for scale, but goddamit, Jim, the damned Cyberverse figures have got me addicted to it!
     
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    cyberverse is becoming a better line than the main line today.
    legends besides the rts and hftd legends were cheap mcdonald like toys.
     

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