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- Cybertronian Megatron
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This was my first Megatron and is still by far my favorite of the character. Both modes are great and he has tons of articulation and possibility. He is perfect to lead you Decepticons into battle.
This Megatron toy looks like the one in the game. He is very cool and is a very nice figure. I recommend it.
The best deluxe Megatron ever. This figure oozes with character and is a testify to everything our beloved robo-tyrant represents. And it has the best color-scheme compared to his repaints.
The FoC and WfC aesthetics don't really float my boat in terms of toy collecting, but he's a solid figure. I wish he was a Voyager class figure though.
Pulls of the War for Cybertron Megatron design spot on, and I'm glad that he has both vehicle modes.
This version of Megatron could be better, transformation is complex yet satisfying! The only downside is the lack of waist articulation and fix hand pose
This is just a menacing looking Megatron figure. His tank mode is really slick and his huge gun is beast. (thats what she said)
Just and all-around great figure the War for Cybertron figures are much more impressive than the Fall of Cybertron line. Transformation is fun and this guy has lots of poseability.
One of my favorite Megatrons to date. The Cybertronian tank alt mode looks great, and the transformation is pleasantly simple. I really enjoy how he looks when you put his hands oh his hips, that's how mine is on display and every time I look at him all I can hear is G1 Megatron chuckling away devilishly!
Megatron is very well made. Both robot mode and alt-mode look like they have jumped straight out of the game.
I really love this figure!! I think the engineering is amazing and it perfectly represents what in my mind, Cybertronian Megatron would look like. Although he is a bit small considering he is the leader of the Decepticons, he still scales perfect with War For Cybertron Optimus and looks stunning. I like how the color scheme looks on him also even better then the premium United version of the same mold with the fancy paint job. I highly recommend this figure to everyone!! You can't go wrong!
this figure no ifs, ands, or buts, is the coolest deluxe megatron mold i have ever owned, plus he's very accurate to the game hes modeled after
The best Deluxe Megatron ever released! The figure is a dead ringer for his video game counterpart, everyrthing about him just screams War for Cybertron. He transforms in a Cybertronian tank and comes complete with a cannon arm that clearly takes inspiration from his classic G1 counterpart. Transformation is easy and both toy modes are very pleasing. Paint is also nice and clean, with no major issues to speak of. If you're looking for a Deluxe class Megatron, look no further than the WFC version. Plain and simple, it's the best one out there...
An interesting mold with a cool robot mode and a sort of alien-space-tank-platform-thing alt mode. Worth picking up, but not for anything beyond retail price. I'm going to repaint a bunch of bits silver.
This is one of the best Megatron figures to come out recently. Though its his Cybertronian mode it has so much that beckons back to his G1 days. From his color scheme, to the "bucket head" to the huge arm cannon you could see this guy eventually becoming the classic Megatron. The tank mode is cool, but i prefer the mode with the tracks as opposed to the "hover mode".
this is an amazing Megatron. Totally recommend him. Not the best of scale he sould be a leader class figure. He looks awesome in both modes. Is very articulate and can make some really awesome poses.
I bought this guy with Darkmount. He leads the Decepticons on my shelves. He seems small, but he packs a lot.
This guy is Bad ass! Just look at the angular menacing bulk on him. The Robot mode is great however the tank mode is okay but I can accept that it's a cybertronian mode from a video game. My only problem that would have given him a full 5 stars is his size, Megatron should have been a Voyager size figure from day one.
excellent figure based on the War For Cybertron Megatron, this figure has terrible range of motion compared to recent megatron figures but his detail and paint scheme make up for it.
This figure is awesome and looks great. I would highly recommend this figure to anyone collecting this line.
if you don;t have this figure you need to find one. he is a deluxe but one helll of a deluxe. good size, articultion and a cool figure
Just rediscovered this figure the other day, probably one of the best Megatron figures in my collection. Figure has a great sculpt, decent transformation, no real gimmicks aside from his massive cannon, and is from the glory days of deluxe transformers. This Megatron comes before the size crunch we have come to expect from modern deluxe transformers. Truly this is glorious representation of WFC Megatron, the only thing I wish was that it was a voyager class. But do not let that fool you, this is a fantastic figure
Quite possibly my favorite Megatron figure. Articulation his great, the face sculpt is perfect and he looks exactly like how he did in the War For Cybertron game.
While striking and intimidating in his robot mode, Cybertronian Megs gives us the worst of what Megatron has had to offer us these last few years. His transformation is fairly boring, with the only interesting bits coming in how his hands split apart and fold under, and the alt mode is little more than a plastic block with a gun on top. Makes you miss the "pointy alien kibble" spaceship modes.
This figure leave alot to be desired. Its transformation is cheap and seems rushed. The plastic is cheap and brittle. Ove all fail