ROTF Legends Devastator Combiner

Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by Optimus Prime, May 11, 2009.

  1. Dinobot Snarl

    Dinobot Snarl Well-Known Member

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    disappointed he doesn't look like a gorilla? REALLY?
     
  2. JuicyNo

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    I'll let the Supreme Devs maintain some dignity by being able to stand upright and be taller than Leader Optimus.
     
  3. jadtdt

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    How do we know the toys can't walk on fours? Does anyone own them? It looks, to me, as if $100-stator could do it. This picture proves both hands can touch the ground.
     

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  4. HIM666fan

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    But how do we know the movie Dev. walks on all fours yes the scense we have seen shows that but its when hes using the vortex!!

    I think Movie Dev Walks like a Gorilla and will mostly use his arms for support to stand not actually walking on 4's.

    deff wont bug me if the toy dosent walk on 4's when you can actually just display him like that! just my thought

    and man if this bad boys 100$ i dunno if ill buy him a little to much for a TOY!!!
     
  5. Autobot Burnout

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    The video game clips of him have him walking around on all fours, but a good question is if he even does walk around in the movie, since he could technicaly move around faster by discombining into the individual components then reforming from them at a different location.

    And about the $100 toy bit, that's around the average people will pay for some rare TF's like a Lucky Draw figure or even a Masterpeice.