Transformers: Generations: Power of the Primes Deluxe Terrorcon Sinnertwin
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tfgenpotpdelstw-4 Sinnertwin looks great in monster mode. The only thing I don’t love is the design of his heads. They lock in place in this position. Sure, you can pivot them up, but then they aren’t locked in. I would have preferred they go straight ahead and slightly out to the sides like the G1. It’s not bad, it just could have been a little better.
Robot Mode: In robot mode Sinnertwin looks great. He has great paint apps and I really like the head sculpt.
Overall: Sinnertwin is a must.
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