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  1. Deadlock is the name Drift used when he was a Decepticon, represented here in the Cyberverse line using a design that looks a little like Drift's Generations toy. Unfortunately, the weapon gimmick doesn't work as well as it should, like almost every other Warrior Class figure, and the plastic feels cheap in certain spots. Those issues aside I quite like the figure and think it's actually one of the better Warrior Class figures in the line.
  2. The Siege Micromaster Off-Road Patrol are ok robots, great vehicles, and a weapon mode that should be burned with fire. The combined blaster had the potential of being great but the tightness of a peg and hole connection, as well as no real way to lock the legs in, leaves it wanting. If you have or are interested in getting the Target exclusive 10 pack then I don't think you need to pick this set up.
  3. Ro-Bo Shark do do do do do. Ro-Bo Shark do do do do do! Cyberverse has given a couple of great figures to round out our One-Step ranks, Shockwave and Sky Byte! Shockwave features a pressure launched blast gimmick, with nice fireblast detailing; while Sky Byte has a fun spinning tail. What impressed me the most was the new transformation gimmicks, it's nice to see Hasbro pushing forward in that direction. Both figures would make great desk toys and are highly recommended.
  4. Wait I just realized, this is a cat with a boat, cats hate water. Good one Hasbro! Cheetor is a beloved character from Beast Wars so I'm sure there are quite a few people happy to see it included in the Cyberverse line. The figure is pretty good since the gimmick is contained in the Battleship. Combined Cheetor is still fairly articulated and fun to play with. Definitely worth the pick-up.
  5. The Doctor is in the HOUSE! Siege Ratchet is fantastic G1 inspired update to the classic character. Retooled from Ironhide Ratchet features a few new accessories including a wrench! Set to be a Walgreens exclusive this is definitely worth the pick-up.
  6. I feel confident to say that Scraplet will be the most demanded Cyberverse figure thus far, due to its popularity in the Prime TV series. Optimus is Optimus with an ax and will probably be found warming pegs right next to the Ion Burst version.
  7. Thundercracker is a repaint with a new head of Starscream, that was repainted and released earlier this month as Red Wing. Other than the new head Thundercracker sports the same battle damage pattern as the other two released seekers but a classic blue paint scheme indicative of the G1 character. Since Thundercracker is a mainline release it's a tad easier to recommend it over Red Wing, who just became a Target Redcard exclusive.
  8. I'm not going to go over all the complaints about the Cyberverse line, you're here so you're at least interested in this figure. After decades of being almost forgotten it's nice to see Alpha Trion getting some love if my counting is correct this is the third figure, the character has gotten. Drawing heavily on its G1 design the figure cuts a rather regal and knowing pose, Trion has seen and done things. Transformation is simple and as always the action feature works just ok. I can really only recommend it if you're a fan of Optimus Primes' wise mentor.
  9. See there's stuff I'd kinda like, like the TCC set and Hulk, but nothing I'd drive myself crazy to get.
  10. I kinda wish I got the Voyager Prime figure sooner because it's much better than the Leader Class version. Transformation is involved but fun and I really like the included weapons. If you don't have one yet definitely pick one up.
  11. It's here. Since it was first revealed, Jetfire has been a strong contender for Toy of the Year. While there are some minor issues with panels holding together, this is the Jetfire figure I've waited 35 years for.
  12. Red Wing has a storied history for modern Transformers fans and those who fondly remember the TFCC. The figure itself is a repaint of the upcoming Thundercracker figure, who is a repaint with a new head of Starscream. The big plus in Red Wing's favor is the chest piece doesn't pop off during transformation, something I hope is a foreshadowing of improvements made to Thundercracker and Skywarp.
  13. Greenlight and Dazzlestrike are the latest Amazon exclusive figure set that Hasbro has been putting out recently. Greenlight is a repaint of the Moonracer mold with a new head and oddly new forearms. Daz(z)lestrike is a repaint of Battlemaster Lionizer with a new flame slash effect. If you're looking to complete a combiner then that's the only reason I can recommend this set.
  14. The Battlemasters are one of the hidden gems of the Siege line. Caliburst continues the update to the traditional Targetmaster look with a nicely articulated figure and blast effect. Smashdown is an all-new mold that transforms into a rather cool war hammer with an equally cool and useful impact effect. Both are highly recommended to fill out your Siege ranks.
  15. Red Alert is a surprisingly good repaint of Sideswipe with a new head. The new accessories are fun, but make me wish Sideswipes shoulder cannon was included for the "Perfect" look. Red Alert is a perfect addition to any collection.
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