Transformers: Generations: Netflix War for Cybertron Trilogy Deluxe Sparkless Bot
The Netflix Siege series represented everything that is wrong with Hasbro these days. Unimaginative repaints, abysmal quality control, and deplorable distribution. Regrettably the third, and I hope final, wave of Netflix Kingdom series has taken unimaginative to a new height. That doesn’t mean there aren’t a few good toys, but it’s mostly pointless.
Previous Mold Use: Siege Deluxe Class Prowl, Siege Deluxe Class Barricade, Selects Siege Deluxe Class Smokescreen, Siege Walmart Exclusive 35th Anniversary Deluxe Class Bluestreak
Sparkless Bot has a really great rusted paint job. However, we have no idea what he represents, or why an apparently dead bot is worth making a toy out of, since he has no tech specs.
Overall: Easy skip, for completists only.
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Sparse paint apps, a reused mould and the least imaginative name in history (Honestly, ‘sparkless bot’?)… and I thought we could sink now lower. I will definitely skip this and buy myself a couple of pints at the Dublin Castle.