Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by Fasttrack, Sep 3, 2016.
Maybe its like pcc only in thia case its the guy who forms the body who cant transform ?
so many Alchemor Decepticons need toys, but i'll settle for the most important ones. like warrior class versions of clampdown, overload, crazybolt, and underbite (hell with creative enough retooling Crazybolt and Underbite could share a mold).
So is this a hint at future figures or just a gimmick inside the game?
Trademark was for Toys. Since the game update includes Unlock Codes for the Combiner Force toys, we can safely say... there will be.
Well they have no excuse not to make Chopshop now.
Yeah, even if that's not how this is seeming to work.
Not sure how to feel about Powerlinking 2.0. Kind of cool though.
also Skyhammer and Great-Byte look awesome.
Well, this is interesting...
But they look like abominations.
You could also call it multi force 3.0 since powerlinking was a homage to the multiforce
Personally I never had any issue with Powerlinking itself, but the way most of the Energon toys executed the idea wasn't very impressive looking.
What the hell is Grimbee, a joke from the show?
Am I the only one seeing a Starsaber vibe in Skyhammer?
It was the name Sideswipe used when he posed as a Decepticon to distract Steeljaw so that Strongarm, who he captured, could escape.
I bet "Activators" are going to be Minicons that form the core two bots combine around.
I'm gonna pay attention to those Combiners, and hope they are true "Multiforce Style Combiners" that can form ether Shirt and Pants, and can be Mixed.
If we get "Energon Dinobots Style Combiners", then Combiner Force would be a pass.
As for parts-forming, It doesn't really bother me as long as it doesn't get tedious.
I like RID. I like combiners. I like the Energon combiners, even. But I cannot get behind this. This is a mess. And they're rebranding everything all over again. Just... just stop, Hasbro.
I assume they're no longer named "Mini-Cons" because that price point shelfwarmed?
I don't think the Crash Combiners have anything to do with Hero Mashers. Looking at Beeside, those legs look like an entire car. I'm thinking they may be packs of two vehicles that you pull apart and put back together as a robot. Kind of like Mugenbine.
He reminds me more of Wingwaver.
i suspect the minicons pegwarmed because no-one liked the Deployers. the weaponisers seem to be selling better
The Weaponizers are out at retail in the US?
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