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Transformers Cyberverse Has The Best New Toys

For the past few years, Hasbro’s been juggling two main lines of Transformers toys: the complex, expensive, collector-aimed War for Cybertron line and the simpler, cheaper Cyberverse line, with its kid-friendly designs and lighthearted animated YouTube series. Hasbro revealed the latest toys for each line at the New…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Transformers Cyberverse Has The Best New Toys

For the past few years, Hasbro’s been juggling two main lines of Transformers toys: the complex, expensive, collector-aimed War for Cybertron line and the simpler, cheaper Cyberverse line, with its kid-friendly designs and lighthearted animated YouTube series. Hasbro revealed the latest toys for each line at the New…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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All of the Coolest Stuff at Toy Fair 2020

If there’s one thing this year’s Toy Fair made obviously clear, it’s that kids these days have it good when it comes to toys. Advances in tech, plus a neverending stream of slick superhero films, and resurgent ‘80s and ‘90s nostalgia means all the toys you grew up with are now cooler than ever. Read […]

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All of the Coolest Stuff at Toy Fair 2020

If there’s one thing this year’s Toy Fair made obviously clear, it’s that kids these days have it good when it comes to toys. Advances in tech, plus a neverending stream of slick superhero films, and resurgent ‘80s and ‘90s nostalgia means all the toys you grew up with are now cooler than ever. Read […]

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All of the Coolest Stuff at Toy Fair 2020

If there’s one thing this year’s Toy Fair made obviously clear, it’s that kids these days have it good when it comes to toys. Advances in tech, plus a neverending stream of slick superhero films, and resurgent ‘80s and ‘90s nostalgia means all the toys you grew up with are now cooler than ever. Read […]

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The Transformers Trading Card Game’s Fortress Maximus Is Three Bots In One

The Transformers Trading Card Game’s “Titan Masters Attack” expansion, launching on April 17, introduces robots with heads that transform into other robots. Fortress Maximus, one of the largest, most powerful Autobots, features a head that transforms into a robot whose head also transforms into a robot. Let me explain.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Those Cheap-Ass Tiger LCD Handheld Games Are Back

Back in the ‘90s, we were a lot less picky about portable gaming. Those of us who couldn’t afford a Game Boy were perfectly content to move dark gray pixels back and forth across the colorful static backgrounds of Tiger Electronics’ LCD games. This fall Hasbro rekindles that magic with new LCD games featuring Sonic… […]

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Micro Machines Are the Latest ’80s Toy Line Back From the Dead

If you were a kid in the early ‘90s, watching Home Alone probably brings up fond memories of a toy line you haven’t seen in 30 years. Although a huge hit when first released, Micro Machines eventually disappeared from store shelves, but in 2020 the tiny toy cars are being resurrected with a new line […]

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Micro Machines Are the Latest ’80s Toy Line Back From the Dead

If you were a kid in the early ‘90s, watching Home Alone probably brings up fond memories of a toy line you haven’t seen in 30 years. Although a huge hit when first released, Micro Machines eventually disappeared from store shelves, but in 2020 the tiny toy cars are being resurrected with a new line […]

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The Latest Magic: The Gathering Game Is A Decent Card-Based Tower Defense

If you want a pure Magic: The Gathering video game experience, stick with Arena. Netmarble’s Magic: Manastrike, out now for iOS and Android, has two players dropping card-based creatures and spells into a two-lane battlefield in order to destroy their opponent’s towers. I don’t love it, but I don’t hate it. Read more… Continue Reading […]

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The Latest Magic: The Gathering Game Is A Decent Card-Based Tower Defense

If you want a pure Magic: The Gathering video game experience, stick with Arena. Netmarble’s Magic: Manastrike, out now for iOS and Android, has two players dropping card-based creatures and spells into a two-lane battlefield in order to destroy their opponent’s towers. I don’t love it, but I don’t hate it. Read more… Continue Reading […]

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G.I. Joe: War On Cobra Is Another Cookie-Cutter Mobile Strategy Game

In G.I. Joe: War on Cobra, the new free-to-play mobile game from Hasbro and developer Emerald City Games, players take sides in the classic animated conflict. They build bases and harvest resources. They collect characters, vehicles, and weapons to defend their base and attack others. It’s the same free-to-play mobile…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Magic Meets My Little Pony In Ponies: The Galloping

Friendship is Magic. Magic is Gathering. Why not both? Going on sale today at noon Eastern from Hasbro, Ponies: The Gathering is a collection of special limited edition cards and Ultra Pro playmats celebrating the series finale of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and Magic: The Gathering’s November 2 Extra Life…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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The Sonic The Hedgehog Monopoly Game Is About Going Fast And Battling Bosses

Debuting in 2017 with a Mario-themed set, Monopoly Gamer combines Hasbro’s classic real estate board game with iconic video game characters and unique game mechanics. Now it’s Sonic’s turn to race around the board, collecting rings, fighting for chaos emeralds, and investing in property, just like he does in his video…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Hasbro acquires Death Row Records as part of $4 billion Entertainment One deal

Hasbro—the toy and board game company behind iconic brands like My Little Pony, Furby, Monopoly, G.I. Joe—now owns Death Row Records after acquiring Canadian Studio Entertainment One. The $4 billion all-cash deal was unveiled Thursday, August 22. On top of Death Row Records, Entertainment One also owns the Peppa Pig, PJ Masks, Nickelodeon’s Ricky Zoom, […]

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Hasbro acquires Death Row Records as part of $4 billion Entertainment One deal

Hasbro—the toy and board game company behind iconic brands like My Little Pony, Furby, Monopoly, G.I. Joe—now owns Death Row Records after acquiring Canadian Studio Entertainment One. The $4 billion all-cash deal was unveiled Thursday, August 22. On top of Death Row Records, Entertainment One also owns the Peppa Pig, PJ Masks, Nickelodeon’s Ricky Zoom, […]

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Hasbro acquires Death Row Records as part of $4 billion Entertainment One deal

Hasbro—the toy and board game company behind iconic brands like My Little Pony, Furby, Monopoly, G.I. Joe—now owns Death Row Records after acquiring Canadian Studio Entertainment One. The $4 billion all-cash deal was unveiled Thursday, August 22. On top of Death Row Records, Entertainment One also owns the Peppa Pig, PJ Masks, Nickelodeon’s Ricky Zoom, […]

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Hasbro acquires Death Row Records as part of $4 billion Entertainment One deal

Hasbro—the toy and board game company behind iconic brands like My Little Pony, Furby, Monopoly, G.I. Joe—now owns Death Row Records after acquiring Canadian Studio Entertainment One. The $4 billion all-cash deal was unveiled Thursday, August 22. On top of Death Row Records, Entertainment One also owns the Peppa Pig, PJ Masks, Nickelodeon’s Ricky Zoom, […]

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It’s Not Looking Good For Hasbro’s $4.6 Million Transformer Crowdfunding Campaign

In mid-July, Hasbro launched a crowdfunding campaign seeking $575 from 8,000 backers each to produce a two-foot-tall action figure of Transformers: The Movie villain Unicron. With the August 31 deadline rapidly approaching and less than a third of the campaign goal reached, things are looking grim for the planet eater.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Marvel’s Grandmaster Figure Perfectly Captures Jeff Goldblum’s Goofy Charm

Forget Ian Malcom from Jurassic Park or Independence Day’s David Levison with his sweet-ass grappling hook and energy shield. Now there’s a superior Jeff Goldblum action figure in the form of Marvel’s gleefully grinning Grandmaster from Thor: Ragnarok. Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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