We reported this via our @TokuNation Twitter account yesterday, but we are also making a front page post at the behest of our friends at Bandai America who want to make sure that this information gets out to everyone as there was a lot of concern over the original details.
Regarding the Legacy Thunder Megazord: The individual zords that make up the Thunder Megazord will indeed combine with each other to form the classic attack sled just like the original release 20 years ago. The information before was uncertain but Bandai America is now confirming that the attack sled can indeed be formed by the individual zords.
Regarding the Legacy Falconzord: The original price listed in Toys’R’Us computers showed a suggested retail of $79.99. Many fans were upset as the Legacy Falconzord by itself does very little – it’s a bird that doesn’t turn in to anything and only acts as an attachment for the Ninja Megazord and the Shogun Megazord, which currently have not been announced as upcoming Legacy items but teased as such by Bandai America at NYCC 2015. Towards the end of the show, Bandai America reached out to us to confirm that the price of the Legacy Falconzord will be $59.99. This is great news for a lot of us as we believed the original price of $80 was too high.
A very special thanks to Greg Mitchell from Bandai America for the follow up on these questions. Please stay tuned as there’s a lot of great things coming from Bandai America for fans of both the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers as well as fans of Power Rangers Dino Charge!