Mega Drive Megatron Transformer Figure Available For Pre-Order

Mega-Drive-Megatron-Pre-Orders-OpenGrowing up in the late 80s was fantastic. Gaming was growing in popularity, countless cartoons commanded our television sets, and the range of articulated action figures was incredible. With this in mind, what would happen if all of these loves were combined? The Mega Drive Megatron of course, a Transformer finally available to pre-order in Japan.

Many retro gamers will agree that our hard-earned gaming fund is rarely spent on anything other than the classics, but every now and then there's the odd exception to the rule. The Mega Drive Megatron is most definitely one of these one-off purchases we all need - mainly to guard our gaming rooms.

Featuring the design and looks of the Japanese Mega Drive, this Megatron transforms exactly like any other of its kind, somehow managing to divide the 16-bit console up into robot-form. This stunning addition to any retro gamer's collection is debuting at 10,800 yen (approximately £62) coming with a free t-shirt, and at that price we're expecting it to sell out fast.

Link: Pre-order Mega Drive Megatron (Japanese Store)

Last Updated ( 14 July 2014 )  


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