Giant Predaking Target exclusive on clearance

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Giant Predaking Target exclusive on clearance

Postby JediTricks » Tue Feb 11, 2014 12:07 pm

Beast Fire Predaking or whatever the hell its name is, it's on clearance in my area. One store had it from $50 down to $40, the next was $25, the next was $12, and even at $12 it didn't seem worth it.
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Re: Giant Predaking Target exclusive on clearance

Postby Tigermegatron » Tue Feb 11, 2014 12:17 pm

JediTricks wrote:Beast Fire Predaking or whatever the hell its name is, it's on clearance in my area. One store had it from $50 down to $40, the next was $25, the next was $12, and even at $12 it didn't seem worth it.


Personally,I think it's the best mold to come out of the TFP/BH toy line. Hasbro just did a poor job of marketing it.

Sure,I get it,most don't like the simple transformation,I totally get that. But the toy has high beautiful sculpt in both modes. The toy has over the poseability in both modes. The toy is huge & powerful looking in both modes. It has electronics & gimmicks that didn't make huge compromises to the sculpt or articulation. it was even colored nicely which in itself is a marvel as hasbro often colors there TF toys like garbage.
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