Bumblebee looks great in vehicle mode, but as usual, they forgot to paint the back of the vehicle. His robot mode isn’t great.
This is the second Cyberverse One Step Changer Megatron. Read my review of the first one here. It is pictured below for comparison, though it is an entirely different mold. The only problem with the first version was that his gun was on his back and not his arm. This version has his cannon on his arm, but his tank mode is lousy. Robot mode is fine, but the toy is mostly gray instead of the original’s silver. It has a missile that can’t be removed, it only fires out it’s length and stops. He appears to be in need of some Viagra.
This is the second Cyberverse One Step Changer Optimus Prime. Read my review of the first one here. It is pictured below for comparison, though it is an entirely different mold. The first version’s vehicle mode was far superior to this one. I would say the robot modes are about the same. There are good and bad points to both. The first one had the wheels on the sides of his chest, while this one has no silver paint on his thighs and a red bar through the middle of his grill. Otherwise this isn’t a bad toy in robot mode.
I am amazed. Hasbro actually painted Prowl’s rear window! Of course, they didn’t paint his side windows, so it’s pathetic as usual. Mold looks great, if only it were correctly painted. In robot mode he looks pretty good.
Overall: Of the bunch, Prowl is probably the best. Megatron and Optimus Prime it’s about which flaws you prefer.
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