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News: Gyrozetter Update and Toys

Posted on : 21-06-2012 | By : | In : News, Toys/Kits

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The brilliantly mad Chousoku Henkei Gyrozetter is now gearing up for a national Japanese release. The official site lists areas where the game will be installed and they’re also not missing a trick in terms of pimping the forthcoming merchandise either. Talking of which, at the recent International Tokyo Toy Show there were some very nice Gyrozetter toys shown. These appear to be entirely made of plastic but the sculpt and finish put pretty much every US made Transformer toy to shame. As always, you’ll be able to buy the toys here.

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Not really. These toys look alright, but Hasbro has been going all out on most of their recent TF figures, and Takara Tomy is no slouch either.

Sorry, all the Hasbro TF toys I’ve had the “pleasure” of handling have all been festering pieces of steaming excrement.

Well you must have been playing with the movie crap. The First Edition TF Prime toys are really solid.

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