Wednesday, 23 October 2013

Power Rangers Megaforce Deluxe Gosei Morpher Review, Bandai Toys, Christmas Gift

I am super happy as Christmas is getting closer, soon the adverts will be pumping ideas into my sons and the demands will be began. Santa will have to make some tough choices.
In the meantime I like to research the toys they want,  it makes sense then Santa can make wise choices from that point.

I hope I help you make some choices easier.  Bandai offer a huge range for boys and girls toys.  They kindly sent me the Deluxe Gosei Morpher to review... Go Go Megaforce

Power Rangers Megaforce Deluxe Gosei Morpher

My sons recongised the Morpher as seen in the Power Rangers series (Really good they did, as I didn't).  This sassy device comes with 10 Power Cards. the Morpher unlocks the collectable cards that come with the  Megaforce toy range.  The Morpher opens, you insert your card, the Morpher then gives you phasers.
Just in case you are unware what the Morpher is or what the relation to the series; quick lesson.
Our lovely Power Range look just like you and me because they our, they are a group of human teenagers. When the teenagers morph into Power Rangers, they gain superhuman strength, agility, and mastery over martial arts.  Now they can go into battle, kick some serious evil alien villain butts, whom our mostly very weird and freaky looking.


The Mega Rangers call "It's Morphin' Time! Go Go Megaforce!"
Like the Morph process begins
The Power Card is inserted, the Gosei Morpher snaps shut and the morphing sequence starts. During the morphing sequence they shout out their Ranger designations

Megaforce  Red  / Megaforce Blue / Megaforce Black / Megaforce  Pink / Megaforce Yellow

It’s a cool device that comes with 10 picture cards, each card has unique phases, with a total of 180 phases  

Do you know Power Rangers has been popular since the early 90's?

I also found out the Gosei Morpher and the cards are really collectable items.  Interesting little fact: Some of the cards have original quotes back to the original series. 

My boys seem to like the toy, my youngest almost 4 years old, does not use to pretend to morph but, insists on taking it everywhere with him, its a shield mostly, he loves that is talks.  He has already asked for the Power Rangers customs.


Plus points
Its small, light in weight and easy to carry
Good clear sound quality
Character recognition to the Power Ranger cartoon series 
No batteries needed
Huge range of other characters that can be purchased and played with the Power Rangers Mega Forces
Mutliplayer action

Negative points
Shame the cards are made from cardboard, they may not last in my home 

Interesting device, its for 4+  - Great for encouraging role play and sharing. I would recommend buy the Power Ranger suit and the let the kids run riot.  My kids love toys that have a purpose, the a lights and sounds are very attractive attribute.

We have given the Deluxe Gosei Morpher a family thumbs-up.

Recommended retail price £29.99. Searching online I have seen it from £25.99 fair price as had seen it a lot higher too.

The entire Power Rangers Megaforce toys can be found on the Bandai Toy UK website and its possible to purchase direct.

Disclaimer: This is an unsponsored post, I was given the product to review.  

Don't be shy; what's on your Christmas shopping list for the little ones this year!