Help me out crew. I need to come up with a money presentation to sell my wife on going along with my idea to get this amazing Transformers Unicron figure. I figure telling her it’s a one in a lifetime kinda figure steeped full of childhood nostalgia will do it, don’t you?
If not, maybe this video seeing the actual Unicron conversion from Hasbro will do the trick?
The villainous Planet Eater has intricate conversion steps as impressive as his size.
Reminiscent of the iconic Unicron conversion scene from the 1986 film, comes a Transformers War for Cybertron Unicron conversion video worthy of the legacy. For the first time, fans can see the massive Chaos Bringer go from his immense planet mode to detailed robot mode.
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Watch as legendary Takara Tomy product designer, Kunihiro, performs complex conversion steps with style in this unique take on a Transformers conversion video. Kunihiro also take the viewers to show assembly of the planet mode after the figure has been taken out of the package.
The Transformers War for Cybertron Unicron figure is part of Hasbro’s crowdfunding platform, HasLab. Remember, if the project doesn’t reach 8,000 backers by Aug.31, the product will not move into production. Also, orders for Unicron will no longer be accepted after Aug. 31. If you want to add this once-in-a-lifetime figure to your Transformers collection, you must back this project before the deadline. You can back this project at HasbroPulse.com.