Transformers Generations! The focus was on Titans Return while Combiner Wars seemed to be pretty much just a final-er Victorion. Thanks to leaks online, several of the toys were already known - and many other toys we know about weren't shown at all. Other combiner boxed sets were absent, as were a few remolds.
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The big news was the debut of Chromedome proper, as previously we'd only really seen leaked shots of his head Stylor. This new one seems to share engineering ideas with Combiner Wars Dead End while being a mostly if not entirely new mold. I am completely delighted with the ability for him and his buddies to be driven by their heads, as you can see below. Hasbro also shared that Mindwipe's Vorath can pilot the bat mode by hanging upside-down. We also saw that Skullcruncher has a little compartment in his back for a driver, rather than in the head like the G1 version. Wheelie was also shown to the public for the first time, as were seemingly finished packaged samples of most of the first wave toys.
The same can be said about Laserbeak (Buzzsaw redeco), and also Rumble (Eject with a new head). Fortress Maximus is also quite cool and huge - the rumor-that's-not-a-rumor is a better convention exclusive version is coming, but the regular one looks great. Spike has been renamed Emissary, and can combine with the base modes of other Leader-class toys like Powermaster Optimus Prime and Blaster. That ain't bad.
New Platinum Scourge, Cyclonus, and Sweep are partially transparent and exclusive to Kmart. The Sweep has a unique Devcon head.