Six Second Toy Talk: Transformers Generations Nightbeat Review
Hasbro hasn't been shy winking at their fans lately, as you can see in Six Second Toy Talk. This Transformers Generations Nightbeat Review shows the third take on the Bumblebee body - and the first not as Bee - is pretty amazing.
I love the coloring, and the robot mode really works for the character. I hope you got yours!
"The Games on Demand version supports English, French, Spanish, Portuguese. The latest Naruto game with 100+ playable & support ninjas, the most content in the series & evolved battle system with team based play mechanics. Select from three types of teams & depending on the ninja chosen, you can perform Combo Ultimate Jutsu or be in a state of True Awakening! A new mode called Ninja World Tournament lets you battle 3 other ninja & the last one standing wins! Enjoy 50+ minutes of new animation & learn more info about the Creation of the Akatsuki, The Two Uchiha & more!"
Six Second Toy Talk: Hasbro Transformers Generations Crosscut
Today in Six Second Toy Talk, let's look at Hasbro Transformers Generations Crosscut. It's like Skids, but silver and with a new head. It's an obscure G1 repaint of a reissue sold in Japan, so don't worry if you've never heard of him or seen him outside IDW's comic book series.
New to the Playstation 3 this week: Alawar Minis Bundle, Fairy Fencer F, Fibbage: The Hilarious Bluffing Party Game, Jetpack Joyride Ultra Bundle, and Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution.
New PS2 classic games this week: Meet The Robinsons for $9.99.
Six Second Toy Talk: Comic-Con Exclusive Freddy Funko Hikari Vinyl Figure
We did FOTD the other week, but I like the Comic-Con Exclusive Freddy Funko Hikari Vinyl Figure so much I had to show it in Six Second Toy Talk! Click play and you'll be done watching it before you can finish this sentence.
A friend of the site alerted us to a cache of 2015 LEGO Leak on Imgur which for various reasons we will not be posting or hosting here.
Spoilers for Star Wars await you, as well as returning Classic Pirates and Bionicle. Chima, Friends, Elves, and many more - including unfinished DC comic sets - are on deck for the new year. In case the images get yoinked, Brickpedia has a decent list of what's to come sans images.
Six Second Toy Talk: Transformers Generations Gears
Today, look at Transformers Generations Gears. It's potentially something you should be finding nowish if you didn't order one online.
Also, customizer Cheetimus made a video that shows you just how easy it is to de-chrome your Generations Leader Jetfire. As a bonus, the plastic underneath is red. It'll cost you about $15 in chemicals, it seems. History indicates the figure's chrome may crack or flake with time, so it may not be a terrible idea to de-chrome it now or keep this link handy for down the road when it starts to molt.
Via the Battle Beasts News blog: Meet Rampager Rex - Shapeways Battle Beast-Compatible Figure . Just under 2-inches tall, 2 joints, and 5mm-compatible limbs. It's perfect! Well, the idea is - it's in beta and still undergoing refinements. It's pretty spectacular looking. Note the tiny t-rex arms in the suit. Lovely.
It's $10.88 in sandstone right now, and I'd be lying if I said I wasn't tempted.
Six Second Toy Talk: Transformers Generations Jhiaxus Review
Starscream's alternate mold buddy is in today's Six Second Toy Talk. This Transformers Generations Jhiaxus Review shows Hasbro's first attempt to make a proper Jhiaxus head - the previous one being a redeco of Beast Machines Jetstorm. It's not bad!
If you like Starscream, this is pretty good. I expect many fan repaints of it.
Six Second Toy Talk: Transformers Generations Sky-Byte Review
Hasbro hasn't been shy winking at their fans lately, as you can see in Six Second Toy Talk. This Transformers Generations Sky-Byte Review shows the very first all-new mold given to the character - previously he's been made on Cybershark and Sharkticon bodies.
He's very new, very big, and very likely to be in Figure of the Day in the next month or so.
NES and Persona editions are GameStop exclusives and a princely $199.99. A Super Smash Bros. version is also coming, as are many Nintendo fans as they read this news. The NES themed box is the prettiest yet, with the cardboard box resembling the 1985 console down to the AV jacks on the side.
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