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This so-called toy is a terrifying realization of the deadly insect robots in Crichton's Runaway; Gene Simmons, beware! (Read
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|"As it happens, the sound of the robotic insects in the film is very similar to the sound that the N.S.E.C.T. toy robots make in the video. Maybe 'Santa' will need to pick this toy up early and play with it..."
(Bill Christensen 10/30/2006 7:12:03 AM)
|"i want one"
(osval 11/16/2006 5:45:54 PM)
( 11/17/2006 7:25:39 PM)
|"Well, then go get yourself an N.S.E.C.T. robot!"
(Bill Christensen 11/25/2006 1:39:18 PM)
|"where cani find this toy"
( 12/24/2006 7:05:21 AM)
|"Well... you could click on the above link..."
(Bill Christensen 12/24/2006 9:24:33 AM)
|"cant get the darts to shoot is there a certain way to load them"
(sue 12/25/2006 3:38:20 PM)
|"well sue you press the button to lift the darts up and press the back trigger"
(eiro 1/17/2007 6:22:06 PM)
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