Generations Optimus Prime w/Roller
Price: $10 USD/$12 CDN
It's a small Optimus Prime done up in the newer style (with a more
defined cab section then the original versions). This is a decent
toy at a good price. The real treat here, though, is the addition of
Roller as a Minicon-like partner with limited robot mode (his
arms move, but that's about it), vehicle mode and who can also
combine into Prime's gun. This is worth getting if you want a
reasonably priced Prime toy and/or a Roller of your very own.
This is one of the better toys in the new Terrorcons assortment. The
re-use of Windrazor as a name is arguably an improvement
over the original's Cutthroat. The robot mode is excellent
considering the size as is the beast mode which successfully
accomplishes what it sets out to do (sadly, not all of them can say
the same thing). The crossbow-like weapon is a good addition too.
It's a fairly good toy with a good robot mode and a good beast form
as well. I can't really say I'm blown away by this guy. He's good
and he is what he is, but somehow he's not quite as exciting as
Windrazor (or Twinstrike) were. Still, he's worth buying on his own
or if you need him to complete Abominus.
Nice robot mode but terrible looking beast form (I was going off the
pictures on the package so I guess it's possible I mis-transformed
him). I really think they could've done better with the beast
form... he looks almost, I dunno, incomplete somehow in beast
form. Like there should be something more in the middle.
Verdict:Average. I'd pass
on this one, to be honest, but most people will buy it anyway since
they need him for Abominus.
Abominus looks cool all-together although mine had a little
trouble staying together (Blight keeps coming loose). A good
job, considering these are all Legends toys but I
really hope the upsized version in 2014 is a bit more