It's a real thing that also happens to cost £99.96 at Toys 'R' Us, which is a £30 saving versus RRP.
Were toys this cool when we were kids? Really? I mean, Stretch Armstrong was pretty great. I guess. We could turn a random box of LEGO bricks into anything. One of my mates had a Tracey Island.
I did have a rad Stingray. It fired missiles and everything. Anything can happen in the next half hour.
But it's not exactly a Super Mario Kart, is it?