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- Cybertronian Bumblebee
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I love WFC. I love Bumblebee. Putting this two together makes an amazing figure. WFC Bumblebee is one of my favorite in my WFC/FOC display. The gun is cool, but his arm mounted blades is where the wow factor comes in!
This is a great representation of what we saw in the game. I love his flip out blades and gun. I don't really like that he has a big "backpack".
Looks great but I don't open my transformers :) I only like the original ones or the ones from the movies; so this fits right in there.
One of the best Bumblebee figures ever. Too bad the Hasbro version has inferior paintjob compared to Takara one. I mean, it's normal but the difference is huge this time.
Pulls of the War for Cybertron design of Bumblebee quite well, but is let down due to having a complicated transformation, as well as some quality control issues.
Bumble bee is a in between in my opinion. He is neither excellent or bad. The good part of him is his build and his face sculpt. It is a waste that his hands is poorly articulated and his body is too hollow!
Super accurate to his in-game model. I wish his gun was a little cooler, and didn't resemble a hairdryer.
Bumblebee is very well made. Both the robot mode and alt-mode look like if they jumped out of the videogame.
Only minus side is that Bumblebee is actually a bit too big compared to the other toys.
I like this figure and rendition of Bumblebee however I kinda wish he was just a little smaller so he would scale better with the other Generations War For Cybertron figures. He is still a great figure!
another version of most peoples favourite charater bumbleebee. Nice g1 style coloring and his face kinda looks similar to the g1(kinda). The only thing i don't like is he is like cliffjumper.
A very nice figure with quality plastic. I love the design of his vehicle mode, his head sculpt really helps in bridging it with G1 and the blades in his arms are a nice touch.
My real issue is with his bulky upper body and scrawny legs and his transformation. Transforming him is a pain in the ass, especially into vehicle mode. It's very difficult to get any of the panels to hold together and have fun keeping his gun in place.
Overall, he's nice to look at and play with but properly transforming him will test your patients
The robot mode looks awkward with its pot belly, skinny thighs, elf feet and giant forearms, and the vehicle mode panels don't stay together. I wish they'd made this figure smaller and WFC Prime larger.
Had to get the War for Cybertron version of bumblebee. Love the game, its so awesome. Honestly though, i'm not that crazy about the mold.
this is an amazing Bumblebee from the Transformers War for Cybertron Video Game. Totally recommend him. He looks awesome in both modes. Is very articulate and can make some really awesome poses. However is very diffecult to transform into vehicle mode.
By far the most complex transformation sequence out of all the WFC figures. Has great detail and colors but weak ball joints cause him to be top heavy and unstable
This figure is awesome and looks great. I would highly recommend this figure to anyone collecting this line.
A G1ish Bumblebee, finally. Having stared in War for Cybertron, he was a for sure purchase. The Cybertronian elements for the design top him off in stand out department.
Ugh. While Cybertronian Bumblebee gives you a fun, fresh and visually interesting alt mode, the figure plummets downhill from there. The transformation is a mess of awkward folding and "parts crashing into parts", culminating in a robot mode that, while a decent homage to his G1 self, just looks and feel out of balance and frumpy. Matched with weird angled hands, legs that love to pop off and an awkward size that leaves him much taller than a scout/spy should be, the figure is an easy pass and one that I actually wish would be redesigned in the newer Generations FOC line.
Cool version of Bumblebee with a great looking alt mode but there is something wonky looking about his Popeye like forearms. The transformation is pretty in depth without being insane although I'm not a fan of the stress marks from pegging the front wheel wells into the hood!