AOE's toy line Is probably going to end this year.

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AOE's toy line Is probably going to end this year.

Postby Tigermegatron » Tue Aug 05, 2014 2:17 am

Similar to how the DOTM toy line ended super quick.

I honestly don't think Hasbro will be creating any new molds AOE toys in 2015. If Hasbro releases any AOE TF toys in 2015, I'm safely guessing they will be recolors & remolds.

Hoping 2015 is heavily dominated with the Combiners wars toys. Love to see Hasbro create 6+ combiners teams in 2015.
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Re: AOE's toy line Is probably going to end this year.

Postby Almighty Unicron » Tue Aug 05, 2014 3:57 am

What a shock.
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Re: AOE's toy line Is probably going to end this year.

Postby Sparky Prime » Tue Aug 05, 2014 12:05 pm

Yeah, can't say that I'd be surprised. Although it seems like AOE was meant to be kept short, unlike DOTM which got cut off prematurely. From what we've seen from Hasbro, I think there's maybe only one more wave of new figures yet to be released as it is.
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Re: AOE's toy line Is probably going to end this year.

Postby JediTricks » Fri Aug 08, 2014 11:58 am

Hasbro brought no new molds to SDCC, that says it all IMO. Good riddance.
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Re: AOE's toy line Is probably going to end this year.

Postby Onslaught Six » Sat Aug 09, 2014 9:03 am

Yeah, I'm actually not all that disappointed. I would have loved to see the traditional post-Movie line that we always seem to get, with some neat repaints as original characters, and some new moulds made up of onscreen cameo guys (would have been a great time to get Scrapper in there), but I'm not shocked at all. Honestly, it's probably better for Hasbro in the long run, and retailers have more or less proven that they don't care what's on the shelves as long as it's got Transformers on the packaging.
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Re: AOE's toy line Is probably going to end this year.

Postby Almighty Unicron » Sat Aug 09, 2014 10:41 am

Shame. I really hoped the line would've had more decepticons, though. And a prime in his upgraded body at the voyager scale to go with Galvatron.
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Re: AOE's toy line Is probably going to end this year.

Postby Tigermegatron » Sat Aug 09, 2014 5:37 pm

I'm not sad to see this toy line to end fast.

I Thought TF4 Leader Grimlock was the best toy they created in this toy line. The AOE Generations Dinobots were mediocre at best but I still plan to buy them all. Disliked everything else the AOE TF4 toy line had and won't be buying any of this.
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