With special thanks to several TFW2005 Boards Members, we have with us, a large collection of brand new stock images of Transformers: Cyberverse Warrior Class Shockwave as well as the first wave of Ultra, Ultimate and 1-Step figures of the same line.
While the rest of the toys are new, the 1-Steps are repaints of several figures from the Transformers: Robots In Disguise line.
Full list of images are as follows:
Warrior Class (from Weibo user TF-Factory and size comparison images from Twitter user @toygrind)
Ultra Class (from Swedish retailer BR)
- Bumblebee (codename: Costanza )
- Grimlock (codename: Puddy)
- Starscream (codename: Bania)
Ultimate Class (from Swedish retailer BR)
- Optimus Prime (codename: Peterman)
- Megatron (codename: Newman)
1-Step (from Swedish retailer BR)
You can check out our mirrored images, after the jump.
I mean no disrespect to anyone who likes these figures but I personally feel as though they aren't up to the standards of a toy. (Well, mainly Starscream and Bee. The rest of the line looks fine imo.) The subpar quality of some of the Warrior class figures is unfortunate especially considering what else can be purchased for a child at this price point.
man thanks for reply. i was just grumbling myself in fact… i just feel a little disappointed when i think about that generation toys were way better than these new series. maybe its time to move on
Was hoping for Shockwave to be closer to the WALGREENS version. Love the size, need a bit more movement, and I am not talented enough for the mod stuff.
I wanna see that Warrior Shockwave retooled into Scrapmetal/Ramble/Rumble because that altmode and cannon placement are dead on.
Warrior Shockwave is so great to fit CHUG.
Honestly the best looking one seems to be Megatron. But for my young kids, these would be perfect.
Was redoing my shelves to make room for some minor figure re-ordering and changing, and messing with Cybertron Scrapmetal and he's pretty much a Scout class version of Cyberverse Shockwave. That's a neat homage if it was intended to nod that figure.
Now I kind of hope they do Cyberverse Rumble and Frenzy as retools of the Cody 'Ramble'/Scrapmetal to go with it.
They're basically saying "I, an adult who has not been a child for at least a decade, am qualified to speak and be angry on behalf of today's children."
I watched his review as well, now I can't unsee the alt mode as Shockwave doing the backwards walk thing from the Exorcist lol
Yeah, that thing is terrible.
Pretty bummed out by how weak these toys look. I really dig the designs for Cyberverse.
such a shame indeed.
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Here's a review for Starscream. Its classics two pack prime v2! from the waist down no articulation I'm all for gimmicks and kid friendly lines but this figure seems like garbage even for kids.
Shrug, the kids I see on here are usually just enjoying the figures they have.
They’re on their phones in forums bitching about the adults not understanding the kids not understanding their elders.
At least said kids are doing something more interesting on their phones than bitching about toys and the youth they don't understand.
Oh I wasn't knocking at you, just noticing in general that everytime this happens people that hate it say "I know a kid that HATES it" or "As a kid I would've HATED IT!!" and the ones that are fine with it say "I know a kid that likes it" or "As a kid I…"
Feels like it happens everytime
That's why I have beast hunters shockwave and before that energon shockblast. I haven't been hurting for a chug shockwave for quite some time
If you'd pressed me before they were old enough to use any of them I'd have said I don't know, but ROTF figures were more complex then I'd like. Now I have direct experience.