So, after reading the news, what do you think of the new package?
Wasn't the entire point of Force Files to justify a generic cardback and, thus, lower production costs?
And why can't they keep with a decent pack-in for a decent amount of time?
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At least there weren't any spelling mistakes on this card, as far as I could read it.
I have no clue why Hasbro has gone to such great lengths to continually alter the packaging. It seems like the minute they settle on something, they go and change it. I wasn't a HUGE fan of the FORCE FILES, but it was better than NO pack-in. Oh, well. What can you do? Boycott the line so that they cancel it altogether? I suppose not.
I wish Hasbro would just make up their minds on what they are going to do. I don't care, as long as the price does not go up.
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no loss on the force files...
...the image on the front of the new card could be a little bigger; there's a bit of dead space between the top of that image and the Vader/Obi Wan one!
It'll make it easier on me.
I have e-mailed Hasbro asking about a price change. I'll post what they say as soon as they reply.
Thumbs down on no pack-in if the price stays the same. I like the new packaging in that it's specific for each figure. I still wish we could get something akin to the vintage cards with a huge picture of the character on the front and a checklist on the back.
Why, oh, why can't we get a decent pack-in like a figure stand?
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