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Submitted by AssassinTRIP 638d ago | review

Skylanders: Giants McDonald’s Happy Meal Toys Review | Geekenstein

"With the exception of Tree-Rex and Kaos, nothing made me want to buy a Happy Meal to get any of these toys. Hell, I scored the entire set on eBay for a fraction of the price of nine Happy Meals, and even then I felt bad about buying them. There's no real reason to own them other than to say that I do. If anything, they will constantly sit on my shelf and remind of what a missed opportunity it was to not include any form of video game interaction. They could have been mini in-game companion characters, maybe unlocked temporary buffs, or just had character codes for iOS games taped to the bottom of them. Anything is better than nothing, and nothing is all I feel I'm getting with these Skylanders." - Dustin Triplett of Geekenstein.com (Culture, Skylanders Giants) 2.5/5

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