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Tomopop Review: ThreeZero's Atlas Titan!

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Standby for titanfall!

Titanfall was meant to be the first really big release for the new generation of consoles. Made by a team which consisted of a lot of people who made the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare games, there was high expectations on this game to give us something which really said that the next generation of console games were here! Well, they failed. But they did give us a brilliant multiplayer-focused game which is fantastic fun to play, it just doesn't scream "next gen".

Though, with such a great sci-fi setting and mecha in the game, it shouldn't be a surprise that companies would want to release figures from the game, and one of the most recent ones was ThreeZero! Like their stablemate, ThreeA, these guys are known for their very high quality releases and their high price tags. We were fortunate enough to get a review sample from them so we got a good look at their newest release. How was it?

Figure Name: Atlas Titan and Pilot
Figure Maker: ThreeZero
Retail Price: 3350 HKD
Available at: Big Bad Toy Store

First off, I have to say that this thing is immense and it would have taken a huge amount of photos and walls of text for me to get through everything this monster has to offer, so I did a video review instead.

Be warned that the whole thing runs at around 18 minutes long, so if you might want to grab a drink before settling down. Alternatively, you can jump to a specific section using the links below the video!

To check out later parts of the review, click on the links below

Atlas Titan in detail

Close up of the Titan

The X-10 Chaingun

The Pilot

Summary

The ThreeZero Atlas titan is definitely a very pricey item, but if you're a fan of the game or even more gritty, realistic mecha designs, you'll do well to try and grab one of these beauties! ThreeZero did a brilliant job of translating the Atlas Titan into a figure and I'd love to see them take on the Ogre class of Titan, since that's my main ride when I play the game!
Once you're done with the video review, feel free to check out the gallery for more images of the Titan!

[Thanks to ThreeZero for the review sample]


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Threezero: Atlas Titan reviewed by Chris Seto

 

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