this is from the press release relating to the ToyFair stuff they'll be showing. I just had to laugh at the mention of innovative features. So far all I've seen is tired old much used gimmicks and nothing new. Jango's using an old G.I. Joe feature in his electronic backpack. The break apart speeders thing has been used by Hasbro before. Artoo has had the bleepy push the button to activate feature before. And the electronic beasts don't have anything that hasn't been used in either the Jurassic park stuff or the Godzilla stuff. Innovative, Doesn't sound that way does it? Man, you gotta love the press officers who write this stuff. They have better imaginations than the kids the company make the toys for.Hasbro continues to lead the toy industry with the hottest licensed entertainment properties, including:
STAR WARS: The legendary saga continues when Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones hits the screen on May 16, 2002. Just as it has since Star Wars debuted 25 years ago, Hasbro's Star Wars line is designed to ignite the imaginations of kids and fans everywhere, putting "The Force" right in their hands. On April 23rd, retailers nationwide will introduce Hasbro's exclusive Attack of the Clones product line. Action figures and vehicles equipped with innovative features, and games from hand-held to trading card games are only the beginning of a universe that lets every fan young and old re-live the experience again and again.