Sorry, I may be in the minority here but I’m not impressed. Not at what it is but the constant “new figure upgrades” we don’t need. Didn’t we just get the generation 5’s in the last year or so? Why would I even look at Genesis 2 and the Generation 6 figures when I didnt even get the Gen 5 ones or use Genesis once?
Sorry, but I think I’ll stick to the Gen 3 and 4 figures. I cant afford to keep “upgrading” to a new figure, especially when the Gen 5’s and Genesis have barely been touched by anyone making things for them.
Out of curiosity, how long did the Gen 3’s last before getting replaced?
Not sure where you’re going with that, but there’s a wealth of content available for Genesis currently. That said, I’m not sold on V6 either. There are some significant advancements in the figure, of that there is no doubt at all, but I’m not ready to go back to splitting the genders and having to make twice the number of purchases once again.
As much as I love the many improvements they’ve made to the figure, I’m still baffled by their need to separate the two sexes in this way. I’ve seen nothing in the figure which couldn’t be achieved with a unisex mesh, and I have no doubt that there will be a male morph for her. But losing the wealth of interchangeable morphs that Genesis has makes V6 a less attractive upgrade. And no age morphs either, that one is a critical loss. It’s not a fault of the figure itself, but more strong concerns about her future.
Like I said, had she come before Genesis I’d be singing her praises, but having the power of a fully unisex morphing figure is something which still trumps the competition.