Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by Stevejr, Feb 15, 2009.
Here is you chance to show your love or hate!
I wouldn't mind buying it if it were $60 or less instead of $100. I think this poll needs an option for a middle ground, not just the two extremes.
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Colossal "nay" from me. not only does it not even transform, but considering the comments about how Animated looked too "kiddy" the emergence of a £100 TonkaPowerRanger POS is laughably ironic.
I voted hell yeah but i will wait till xmas to buy this on sale just like a did with ultimate BB
Oh wow. NAY!!! Transformers that don't transform? Now I've seen everything.
like I posted in another thread for £15+ a member its really over priced and really disappointing that they didn't even try to get close to the concept art in the upper body area
I'll only be happy with the 100 dollar devastator if in the film itself, the individual "limps" have no robot mode. Then it'll obviously make sense to have the vehicle mode only transform into their respective devastator body parts. But, with the images of 2 different scrappers, one with a robot mode...one without...i'm not hopeful
Best Action Master EVAR!
It's a £100 FAB.....So it's a Nay
I'll say "no", but I'll qualify it with a "probably".
I don't think it 'needs to be bombed', but it could use improvement.
I think it should have been "Are you disappointed with Devastator not being able to transform" Yes or No...
Lol sorry it just seems you either love it or hate it so i tried to add some humor to lighten things up a bit.
Damn shame. Looks like i'll be saving some cash this time around. Oh well...
True, valiant effort...you do have the question up there "Do you like the figure?" so it works...!
It's like Hasbro were given the task of holding a big Devastator ball and told under no circumstances must they drop it. And then they dropped it.
But seriously, this was Hasbro's opportunity to give us the best TF combiner ever. There have been so many interesting and clever engineering advancements in recent years with the TF toys, in all lines. This should've been the one that knocked it out of the park.
Instead they squeezed it out of their...well, you get the idea.
I would rather spend £200 on making a custom than blowing £100 on this.
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