Transformers Generations Titan Class Metroplex with Autobot Scamper Figure

  • 3-in-1 Metroplex figure converts from robot mode to vehicle mode to city mode
  • Figure is the biggest Autobot ever, over 2 feet tall
  • Lights and sounds
  • Firing missile launcher
  • Scamper figure converts from robot mode to vehicle mode

He is the ultimate Autobot weapon. His strength, endurance and courage are limitless. His fireblast is one of the most powerful forces in the universe. And now, the ultimate Autobot weapon has become the ultimate Transformers figure. Standing over 2 feet tall, this Generations Titan Class Metroplex figure is the largest converting Autobot figure.

Biggest Autobot Transformers Figure
The most vast and mighty Autobot ever created, Metroplex is a member of a race long thought of as nothing more than legend. He is impossibly ancient, brought online in a time before the long memory of his Autobot comrades even began.

Lights, Sounds and 3 Modes
The biggest converting Autobot figure features 3 modes for maximum Transformers action. Start in Robot Mode. Convert to a rolling battle platform, then convert again to an Autobot city. On the planet Cybertron, the Autobot Scamper patrols the borders of Metroplex. This Titan Class Metroplex figure comes with a Legends Class Scamper figure.

Celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Transformers
Transformers figures first hit U.S. shelves in 1984. The 2014 Thrilling 30 celebration honors that legacy. As part of that celebration, the Generations line will feature the legendary characters and fan favorites who have fought the epic battle between the Autobots and Decepticons. You can re-create those battles with this large Metroplex figure.

Metroplex Transformer
Metroplex is a living artifact of an era when Cybertron was united, and needed defenders only against hostile outsiders. It is his memory of that peaceful past that drives him to fight for the Autobots. It his is hope for the return of peace that motivates him to crush every Decepticon he can see beneath his mighty feet.

Metroplex Transformer
Figures from Legends Class 2-packs are also compatible with Metroplex in City Mode or Vehicle Mode. (Each 2-pack sold separately.)

Metroplex Transformer
Fire the launching missile, activate lights and sounds, and imagine you’re blasting Decepticons, just like Metroplex does in the Transformers: Fall of Cybertron video game from Activision (video game rated T for Teen).

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Features/Specifications
  • Biggest Converting Autobot Figure
  • Stands over 2 feet tall
  • 3 Modes
  • Converts from robot to rolling battle platform to Autobot city
  • Lights, Sounds and Firing Missile
  • Blast enemies with the mighty Metroplex
  • Legends Class Scamper Figure Included
  • Imagine you’re patrolling the borders of the Autobot City with the included Scamper figure, or other Legends Class two-pack figures (two-packs each sold separately)
  • Ages 5 and up
  • 2 x 1.5V alkaline batteries required; not included
  • Warning: Choking Hazard – Small parts. Not for children under 3 years
  • Generations Titan Class Metroplex figure, Legends Class Scamper figure and instructions

List Price: $ 124.99

Price: $ 354.99

3 Responses to Transformers Generations Titan Class Metroplex with Autobot Scamper Figure

  1. indecks says:
    17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Transformer. Thankfully not for kids., August 12, 2013
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    indecks

    = Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:3.0 out of 5 stars 
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    Metroplex, the one Transformer that I always wanted as a kid, but was never able to afford. My mom refused to spend $50 on a ‘robot toy that turned into a city’ (visions of that scene from BIG: Who wants to play with a BUILDING?”)

    This ‘Plex is much more than the original, though. Bigger, more complex, more detailed, heavier, and more badass-er. He’s clearly based on the design from the Transformers: Fall/War of Cybertron videogames which is not a bad thing. It even sports a button (in front of the head) that speaks a few lines from the game. 2X AA batteries aren’t included in the packaging, but that’s not really a big deal. The box is rather large, but he’s not packaged with any padding like most TFormers are. It doesn’t contain any blister packaging, or foam like back in the 80s. He’s tied to a cardboard backing with those annoying little paper twist-ties that have plagued Transformers buyers for the last few years. He’s also packaged with his right arm disconnected, and tied to the inside box so he can fit in a smaller box.

    As far as transforming is concerned, he’s not really all that difficult. He’s a triple-changer, turning from bot to city play set to vehicle mode, but there isn’t really much more involved than moving an arm, or twisting his legs backwards to get into different modes. But honestly, that’s not the appeal of Metroplex. His appeal is the sheer size, heft, and his ability to stand on his own. He’s really more of a display piece. I don’t think a kid would get much enjoyment out of him because he’s so large. But for guys like myself that grew up on Transformers and loved Metroplex in the show, it’s a worthy buy. As of today 8/12/13, he’s priced at $124 on Amazon. I was lucky and got the pre-order before his release date so I only paid $115

    If you plan on taking this guy out of the box (which you SHOULD – toys are meant to be played with AND displayed) and applying the decals – be prepared for quite a job. It took me a couple of hours to carefully place all the decals, and figure out exactly where some of them belonged. The decal instruction sheet isn’t that helpful with the City/Vehicle mode decal applications.

    He also includes two guns that attach to his shoulders, as well as a massive cannon that he can hold in his hands. Also included is a single tiny missile for his main (red) gun. It’s easy to misplace, and I think I already did.

    All in all this is a worthy buy. But don’t buy this for your 8 year old kid that won’t appreciate who and what Metroplex is.

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  2. TheSpacePope says:
    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    suck it childhood disappointment, December 10, 2013
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    TheSpacePope (Richmond,VA) –

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    when i was a kid i begged my parents for the original metroplex toy, and was told it was too expensive.
    now that im an adult, and still collect transformers, screw you mom, its awesome!

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  3. Mysterio says:
    9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Biggest Tranformer Ever is More Than Worth the Price, September 13, 2013
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    = Durability:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:4.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Transformers Generations Titan Class Metroplex with Autobot Scamper Figure (Toy)
    Metroplex was one of the Biggest G1 transformers. In the G1 cartoon he was maybe the second biggest while the actual toy was slightly smaller than Omega Supreme. While the G1 figure’s base mode was undersized, his function as a base was not underrated. Metroplex worked perfectly as “Scramble City” as he had features to connect and dock with the different combiner teams.

    This Hasbro Titan Class Metroplex easily solves the size problem. At over 24″ tall, it is the biggest transformer ever – even a few inches taller than the former size-king Fortress Maximus.

    Let me say this as a footnote, Generations Metroplex is marketed as the Fall of Cybertron Metroplex, which he is not. It is direct generations update to G1 Metroplex and all of his transformations mirror the original G1 toy. It is true that his voice and some of his phrases are lifted from FoC, which is good. Just don’t expect the more rounded look or transformation of the videogame version.

    I’ll break Metroplex down by commenting on his three different modes.

    Robot Mode
    This is the Metroplex you always wanted.
    - He is huge(over 24″),well proportioned with a more athletic build than his G1 counterpart.
    - Is incredibly posable when compared to even the best transformers figures.
    - Metroplex as a robot has a number of interesting gimmicks. His shoulder and right forearm both open to a gun placements that his companion Scamper (or other Generations Legends figures) can sit in and man. He can also (via button press) light up his face and chest, make transformation noises and say a few phrases lifted from the FoC videogame.
    - His posable fingers can grasp so he can actually hold his guns in a realistic manner.
    - Includes three different versatile guns.
    - You can toggle between his head to include sunglasses or open faced.
    Rating – A+

    Vehicle Mode
    The Vehicle mode is impressive and pulls off a land version of an aircraft carrier. A better vehicle than the G1’s vehicle mode.
    - It’s HUGE
    - Has an space with a foldout crane for a repair area for other transformers.
    - Metroplex’s Head turns into a turret which can be manned by scamper and other generations legends figures.
    - It rolls well
    Rating – A

    Base Mode
    Metroplex’s base mode is almost a direct recreation of the g1 base mode.
    - It’s basically a much LARGER version of the G1 base mode – slightly disappointing.
    - Ramp from his chest garage is too short and only reaches down into part of his base mode.
    - A positive about this base mode is that its HUGE, so it works better with transformer figures.
    - Different bays are very detailed, especially with sticker applications.
    - Fortress Maximus maybe be slightly smaller, but he still has a better base mode.
    Rating – B-

    Scamper
    Is a great improvement over the orignal who he is roughly the same size as. He is sized perfectly and has the same articulation as the Transformers Generations Legends figures – a new line with only two autobot (Prime and Bumblebee) figures at this time. Unfortunatley, neither Six-Gun or Slammer made the update.

    Overall
    Metroplex is an impressive figure and is certainly worth his current price point. His 24″ height is basically the sweetspot for a transformer as you don’t really want or have space for something bigger. His size works well with FoC figures, G1 figures but was designed to fit perfectly with the new Transformers Generations Legends Figures. The amount of detail is impressive, but be prepared to place close to one hundred stickers.

    Collectors and Kids will LOVE this version of Metroplex! Keep in mind that it is HEAVY, so probably not recommended for kids under seven.

    Hasbro’s Generations Titan Class Metroplex comes HIGHLY Recommended!
    Rating – A

    ***The Takara Version is Superior is a few ways. The takara version has chrome on it’s face, legs and fold out shoulder cannon. It also includes an additional big red gun. The Takara version will also set you back an additional $100, so it is up to you decide if it’s worth it.

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