Well Transformer fans better get used to flicking their wrist a lot as Hasbro showed off their new one-step Transformers which do away with the "over complicated" and "boring" satisfaction of figuring out how to transform Optimus Prime from truck to robot or vice versa. They've truly marketed this line toward people who clearly have lost a lot of braincells seeing all three (and soon to be four) of Michael Bay's Transformer movies. That and to teach kids how to eventually use a switch-blade knife, which they will want to use to gouge out their eyeballs after viewing said Michael Bay movies.
Here's the very simple video showing off the new one-step transforming line:
Exciting isn't it?! The even more hilarous thing is the $7.99 price tag for one of these. These one-step Transformers are currently out in stores now to enjoy.
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