Post by morenomark on Nov 13, 2013 12:18:06 GMT -5
Cue the inevitable guy who feels the need to point out to "us" that these are for kids (or "them", I guess).
Won't sell. Will warm pegs. No kid wants a wrestling figure with a mechanism that limits it's movement by having it geared to do a single "wrestling move". Why is this so difficult for companies to figure out?
Last Edit: Nov 13, 2013 12:18:25 GMT -5 by morenomark
Post by No Memory Matt on Nov 13, 2013 12:20:41 GMT -5
Why are they wasting new and great headscans on god damn Flexforcev2.0?
Another thing. One of mattels biggest excuses for not relaunching the Elite Scale Ring is because "the main place to find it ended up being at Big Lots". Well guess what Mattel. I've seen a HELL of a lot more Flex force at Big Lots, Marshall's, and other close out stores than I have seen the ESR. In fact. The only place I've ever seen the ESR is on eBay for 500 bucks a pop...... But yeah I feel ya. If you had to relaunch any type of line. I'm sure the biggest money makes woulda been rebranded flex force. Good call guys.
Post by Lorenzo Alcazar on Nov 13, 2013 12:32:28 GMT -5
Hahahaha these are going to get cancelled like woah.
What drugs are the people at Mattel on? FlexForce sucked, so they cancelled it and replaced it with PowerSlammers, which sucked even harder. So now they basically brought back FlexForce under the name "Strikers".
NOBODY WANTS THIS CRAP. Mattel, all you have to do is make 3 things:
Elite figures Basic figures Better rings
Nothing else is really necissary. We don't need exploding salad bar accessories, figures that fly apart like crash dummies, figures that make noise, figures that have flashing lights, or figures that breakdance when you wind them up.
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