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13/12/2012 FGTV: Pop Fizz, Fright Rider and Chill Review
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Skylanders Giants continues to be exciting and popular with its unique mix of console gameplay and real-world toys. This week, we present a trio of unboxing videos, featuring the characters Pop Fizz, Fright Rider and Chill.

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Skylanders Giants continues to be exciting and popular with its unique mix of console gameplay and real-world toys. This week, we present a trio of unboxing videos, featuring the characters Pop Fizz, Fright Rider and Chill.

We are pleased to find even more materials, detail and build quality in these figures and even take a look at two brand new characters for use with Skylanders Giants.

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