Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by TriBlurr, Feb 16, 2019.
Already found Wheeljack at Walmart. Hope to see Gnaw soon, he\'ll prob be at Target.
Grimlock looked interesting, until I saw the muscle-builder arms...
I mean, I grew up in the Beast Wars/Unicron Trilogy days. That's just the term I heard...
Every Legal Adult that wants to make a point on the internet about toys always magically knows a child or saw a child that proves their point about something. Weird huh.
Every one of these aside from Grimlock is criminally terrible. Yes, it rises to the level of a crime. Especially that Wheeljack. I had such high hopes for this line as a way to bring my kid further into the franchise, but ... No, just no.
Oh my gosh scraplets??
Spark Armor Elite Megatron:
That one actually looks kinda cool.
Out of the whole line, I'm only interested in the Scraplet, Gnaw, Ultimate Grimlock, and possibly Ultra Alpha Trion.
Of course, that does depend on the articulation of these guys. I've never been a big fan of bricks, even back in the days of G1.
Assorted Hasbro® Transformers Cyberverse Ultimate Class
Megatron looks decent. Might pick him up.
This looks like an good mold.
Altmode arms are a bit weak but I think you could fold them diagonally to fill the space.
the grimlock looks good
I've got a 9 year old kid that loves Transformers. He saw the Cyberverse toys and wanted the Warrior Optimus and Megatron. I got them on clearance at Walmart for $5 each. He transformed them once and asked if I could take them back. He thought they looked like they would be fun, but the absolute crap plastic and lack of articulation meant he couldn't really play with them like he wanted.
I've bought better quality knockoff Transformers at discount stores for less than half the price of what Hasbro charges for Cyberverse. As for Megatron, the helicopter actually looks like a better toy than the main figure.
I don't have a problem with selling sub-par toys, if they are priced accordingly. Cyberverse Warrior toys would be priced fairly at $8 as a decent intro to Transformer toys. At $16 there is no way to justify the cost and you can only feel ripped off.
Every generation have their toys. Just glad I didn’t grow up in this generation
Damn, that Megs might be the first Cyberverse figure I buy, if not for the weapons my Swindle will happily relieve him of.
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