Another Clone Wars-deco vehicle, another review where I try and sound like I know what I’m talking about. Still haven’t watched the cartoon, and to be quite honest, I will probably never watch it. But an MTT is an MTT, and I am somewhat familiar with the vehicle from the ol’ PT days.
You can tell it’s a CW version because of the blue. You can also tell it’s an MTT by most of the stand-out characteristics.
The hatch in the front which does lift up as if to deploy a ton of Battle Droids.
The binoculars-turned-laser guns on the nose. I am really not a fan of the binoculars used for anything else other than binoculars. It’s a neat part usage at a small scale, but the clutch power is practically non-existent and you can’t really mount them at any angle other than a right angle to the plate it’s attached to because the lip of the larger end prevents a solid connection. Had they used 1×1 round plates here instead of square plates it would have been a lot better.
There are some boat tiles underneath the MTT to simulate the hover effect.
And finally, there’s the overall MTT-like shape makes it look like an MTT. Yeah I’m reaching here but it does look like, smell like, and sound like
a duck an MTT. Other than the binoculars that I am beginning to really loathe more and more, it’s pretty spot on for such a small model.
Does It Suck or Does It Rock?
This set rocks! ‘Nuff said.
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