RoboCop Police Cruiser with RoboCop 3.0

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RoboCop Police Cruiser with RoboCop 3.0

RoboCop Police Cruiser with RoboCop 3.0

  • from Jada Toys
  • We recommend this product for
    ages 4 and up
  • No batteries required

Fun

Repeat Play

Assembly & Instructions

What It Is

The RoboCop: Police Cruiser w/ RoboCop 3.0 Figure from Jada Toys is a pull-back activated vehicle that comes with a 4-inch scale figure of the RoboCop character from the 2014 remake of RoboCop. In addition to the pull-back-and-release motor, the cruiser also has a button activated projectile and comes with a cardboard figure target. The tires on the cruiser are wide enough for it to stand on its own. The RoboCop figure is RoboCop 3.0, which is the all black version of the character as opposed to the silver, RoboCop 1.0 character. This figure comes with one weapon.

Why It’s Fun

The motorized cruiser, projectile, target and figure are a lot of toy in one package. The cruiser works pretty well and runs for about 10 to 15-feet before falling over. Kids will have fun reenacting scenes from the movie or creating their own action-packed scenarios.

Who It’s For

This figure is for RoboCop fans, ages 4 and up. The movie, a remake about a cyborg cop, is rated PG-13 so younger kids, who will want to play with this toy, probably won't see the movie but will still enjoy the toy.

Unlike the action figures that we have seen, this toy probably won't appeal to older collectors as much.

What To Be Aware Of

The figure can be removed from the cruiser, however, it is sculpted for the cruiser and has limited articulation.

The weapon is designed to be held in the figure's right hand but it does not stay in the hand very well.

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