Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by Smokeyoreo18, Feb 9, 2021.
[Transforms Primal half way to robot form]
Kid: \"So is this good enough?\"
The circle of kids with green energy use in retro and retro homage TF commercials is now complete.
Oh that's interesting I wonder how he'll look then.
Have you considered contracting SpaceX for the second ever private space voyage, and hijacking their Starship and chasing the Voyager probe? I mean, just a warning, the thing is literally in Interstellar space so it'll take a while, but you'd get the authentic Golden Disc. Maybe it even has a secret message...
*BW Megatron has entered the chat*
It is? DAMN IT!! Of course they would include it with the Ark
Looks like I’m making my own because I don’t have any intention of getting it
I saw this commercial more than a week ago, it's rare that they have noticed it recently.
Noooooooo! I want a Mainframe too! Dammit.
You're not getting me this time HasTak, I don't have space or cash for an Ark. Say it isn't so?!?
Oh well, let's hope it's just a rumor (for some our sakes at least).
they missed a great oppertunity to do the from beast to bot the actions hot line from the original beast wars commercials
I already have generation blackarachnia and MP blackarachnia... but I still looking forward to kingdom blackarachnia... not to mention Airazor... she is finally getting an update...
Curious ad, Cheetor looks more like the MP figure than the Kingdom one. But Primal looks great. Honestly the CGI on Optimus too looks better than what the Netflix show produces, better textures and lighting. They should hire these guys to run that show instead of Rooster Teeth.
Nah, it's just chunkier than the actual toy, so I can see how it could be mistaken for being based on the MP. But the pane-line breaks on that model are definitely from the Kingdom version.
The Golden Disc has transformed into The Golden Pizza.
They need to sell that disc that kid has. I Hope we get a Kingdom trailer some time soon.
Hasbro is going to crowd fund the disc, but the final release will be missing most of it's paint apps.
This obviously doesn't apply to just this commercial, but the whole line - is there a specific reason they're not using the term "Beast Wars" at all in the marketing? Even the iconic BW logo is hidden on the packaging.
oh so is that where they got the Kingdom moniker from?
In this day and age I have no idea if kids en masse even buy TF's or if it's mostly 30-40 something men like myself. If they do then this commercial (who watches regular TV anymore and would be able to see this??) is absolutely amazing and should entice any kid to buy a Kingdom toy. I just wonder though, especially right now, how kids are supposed to get jazzed about buying these when there are hardly any anywhere to actually purchase.
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