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A decent iteration of the movie leader, but a bit on the small side and beset by kibble. The back doesn't close together satisfactorily either. Otherwise though decent articulation, a great face sculpt and light piping and the best current version of Galvatron.
Ugly looking toy. Tons of kibble and that arm cannon likes to come off. Getting him into tank mode is a finicky mess.
This figure should have been a Voyager. There really isn't any getting around that. He looks great in tank mode, and robot mode is very evocative of the original character, but he suffers from many flaws. The legs pop off at the knees really easily (which they're thankfully designed to allow), poseability is very limited, and everything gets really floppy and loose easily. If he was any other character, he wouldn't stay in my collection.
Impressive in alt mode, and looks intimidating in robot mode. Galvatron's problems come from his complete lack of articulation. However, he has made it onto my generations display.
Not a great figure. First, he looks like his head is shrunken. The instructions do a horrible job of helping to depict the transformation properly. The turret was a real pain to get done right. The paint job is pretty boring. They should have stuck to doing this toy in the voyager class - the minimum size required for any Megatron/Galvatron figure. I am sad this is the only update of Galvatron so far. Waiting for a good one to come out!
My, oh my...where to start...would it be the soft plastic joints that allow the figure to fall to pieces during transformation? The tabs that don't hold the backpack at all? Or maybe the head slider that doesn't hold the head up well? All in all, this figure is a disappointment . Perhaps if the figure was made in the Voyager size class like it was originally intended, it would have turned out much better. As it stands now, the only reason to get this figure is that we're not likely to ever get anything better from Hasbro down the road.
This deluxe version of galvaron is so great. I'm so glad they finally done one, you always see megatron but not galvatron. What an awesome figure.
Though my stars dont show it this is one excellent toy but I do have major problems that hamper a 5 out of 5 like the arm that constantly pops off and the fact that it is a deluxe figure. Seeing as how prime and megatron were voyagers I dont see how he couldnt be sized up to strengthen the poor joints. Galvatron is a must have for all just watch for his arm in transformation
Oh, what this figure should have been. Rumor has it this figure was designed to be a Voyager Class figure and was down-sized. Many of the problems inherent in this toy probably would not have existed if it were indeed a larger figure. Paint apps are almost non-existant. Recommended only for hardcore Galvatron fans willing to overlook a figure prone to falling apart with the slightest breeze.
The Universe 2.0 collection is the start of the updated g1 characters and my favorite line, Updating the original characters with new alt modes.
A terrible figure, in just about every aspect. Tank mode is fairly plain and unimaginative, with a base grey paint job that doesn't help much. Transformation is a mess. It's overly complicated, prone to parts popping off and is a tangled web of plastic with parts crashing into each other and getting in the way of moving other parts around. The robot mode in the end is alright, though articulation and posing is hindered by everything from massive awkward kibble to poor jointing. Only recommended for hardcore Galvatron fans.
IT is very complicated, and very rare, i found mine at a rite-aid for primus's sake! But hey, Galvatrons are uncommon, and this is a good one.