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The figure is awesome. Alt mode is great. Bot mode is great. Playability is limitless. If i had the disposable income that some do i would make a whole fleet of these guys.
This figure is just awesome. It looks like the G1 one. I like the transformation and both of his modes are very nice.
Another necessity for a TFTM or season 3 classics display. Cool thing is you can buy more than one and have a nice armada.
One of my favorite molds of the Generations line. Scourge is based on a fixed-wing aircraft that (I think) never made it past prototype stage. He's a great reimagining of the old Sweep design. The guns store inside his wings, which is also a nice touch.
A mighty fine toy! Ths is a very nice, updated take on Scourge that has some great posability. The engineering is crazy! Everything folds and collapses neatly away for the alt mode so there's no kibble!
They painted his eyes blue though so you may want to do some light customizing.
Excellent Classics/Generations re-imagining of G1 Scourge. Really dig the weapons hiding in the wings feature.
Another great generations figure. The alt mode is quite different from G1, but I like it more. The detail in the head mold is awesome!
Only bought this one for the robot mode and even have doubts about that.
Why the alt-mode is a bomber like jet.???
This is a great figure and great classics representation of Scourge. Scourge scales very well with both classics versions of Cyclonus and Galvatron. The only thing I dislike is his color scheme. I am a cartoon accurate kind of guy and he just looked more light purple then blue but this Generations version of him is more of a deep blue and white. I still love the figure and highly recommend it. Troop build and get yourself at least 3 to represent the sweeps!
A nice version of scourge that I think does homage to the original g1. Similar coloring, and the face.
I did a video review of this figure where I show the transformation and talk about the figure. http://youtu.be/Y2eRa8G5xRo
this is a cool rendition of teh old g1 version of this toy. he shows great charecter but for mine teh back pack is loose and gets in teh way a bit and he is hard to stand
A great update to a classic character! He transforms into a Cybertronian bomber that clearly takes some inspiration from his G1 alt mode. Same can be said for the resulting robot mode! The paint is nice and clean and transformation is simple and engaging. He comes complete with a gun and is just an all around great update to a classic character fans have been wanting at mass market retail for some time. He'll make a fine addition to your Decepticon ranks...
The only ntipick I have about this figure is that the shoulders seem to stick out too far and look too large and bulky. Other than that, it's a great figure, a lot of fun to transform. The alt mode looks way cooler than the old G! toy design (which I always thought looked like a flying barge).
Great remake of an old favorite from G2. They needed more sweeps though but at least we got Hot Rod and Cyclonis as well.
I have absolutely nothing negative to say about this guy over here. The Transformation is well designed, the color scheme works well just like his original counterpart and his combining weapons that store inside his wings are just awesome!
This figure is awesome and looks great. I would highly recommend this figure to anyone collecting this line.
I like the Generations collection, the transformations are fun and the figures were thoughtfully designed
Wonderful toy to round out the 3 main villains of the g1 season 3 transformers. Army builders leave some for the rest of us please!
The figure so nice I bought it twice! Errrr 6 times....
This is another Army builder. Back in G1, Galvatron had an army of Sweeps to battle the Autobots. Many collectors have multiple copies of Scourge to reflect this.
His guns go into his wings while in vehicle or robot mode. I highly recommend not just one, but three copies of this figure. That feels like the bare minimum to me.