Transformers: Legacy Evolution Deluxe Class Hot Shot
Vehicle Mode: Hot Shot looks great in vehicle mode. He has great paint apps. He has a Mini-Con port, but Hasbro, as is typical, did not bother to include his Mini-Con partner, Jolt.
Robot Mode: Hot Shot’s head sculpt looks great. They included his visor. His wheel can become a cannon above his head as with the original toy.
Overall: Armada Hot Shot seems very much based on the original, rather than a G1/Armada hybrid. That’s not a bad thing, but I really like the way they have G1-ified toys from other series. I highly recommend Hot Shot.
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