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  1. This movie is not by M Bay and you can clearly tell the difference. This actually looks like it could be a good movie and OMG that split second shot of Starscream! They still have the Bumblebee can't talk thing but whatever. lol the trailer gave me Hurbee movie vibes. I'm actually excited to see how this turns out anyone else?
  2. Because apparently it's happening. http://www.polygon.com/2016/2/12/10978494/transformers-5-release-date-sequels In 2017, there will be a Transformers film released every year, starting with Transformers 5, which is supposed to be Michael Bay's last film. A year after that, 6 will release, and then 7 in 2019. That's all that's been planned so far, so hopefully they'll stop there. Some of you have responded to me on Twitter about this, but I really don't think Transformers can sustain interest the way Star Wars can, year after year. Unless there's a crazy good story to tie all three together (yeah right), I bet anything that Transformers 7 will start seeing diminishing returns. What do you guys think? Are annual Transformers films a good idea? Would you want to see them (heck, I still haven't seen 3 and 4...)
  3. In a surprising move, Nintendo has announced that it is teaming up with Hasbro to bring a Transformers-themed Splatfest to Splatoon very soon. During this special Splatfest, Players will get to decide if they want to be on Team Autobot or Team Decepticon, and they'll get to wear a special shirt that displays their Transformers allegiance. This development is an interesting one since it marks the first time Nintendo has licensed a popular a franchise to be a part of one of their games (an temporary online event, no less). It's unknown if Hasbro is being compensated for this in any way, but it's not entirely farfetched to think that they could be doing this for free in exchange for free advertising. The Transformers-themed Splatfest is scheduled to run from 9pm PST on August 28 through 9pm PST on August 29 and is open to all Splatoon players with an internet connection. Source: Press Release What are your thoughts on this? Are you surprised to see Nintendo teaming up with Hasbro to bring Transformers to Splatoon in this way?
  4. Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark is just a week away from release, and now Activision is revealing details on the return of Escalation mode, which will have you and your friends attempting to be the last bot standing. You'll be able to choose from over 40 different characters once they're unlocked, each with their own ability sets and tactical edge. Throughout the mode, you'll need to use your wits to survive as you work with your teammates to deploy turrets and decoys and barricade yourself through fortifications and such if you hope to survive an onslaught of enemy hordes and their leaders. Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark is set to release on June 24 for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Wii U, and 3DS. You can check out the trailer for Escalation mode below. Source: Press Release Does Rise of the Dark Spark's Escalation mode interest you?
  5. Marshall Henderson

    Dinobots Roll Out into Fall of Cybertron

    While Transformers: Fall of Cybertron was well-received, even by our own Dominic Dimanche, one complaint a lot of people probably would have had, were it at all related to the game, is a lack of Dinobots. Well, don't worry, your silent complaints that you might have possibly had were answered: Dinobots are coming to Fall of Cybertron. Historically, Dinobot deficit has been a problem in Transformers games, but nuh uh, not this time, girlfriend. This time, players get Grimlock, Snarl, Swoop, and the Dinobot formally known as Slag, now named Slug, in the multiplayer character creator. Clearly Snarl is the best, since the stegosaurus is the best kind of any dinosaur, but the other two dinosaur-related guys are cool too. Swoop is based on a pteronodon, so, you know... Not as cool. It's not just playing these Dinobots either. The Dinobot Destructor Pack also allows for use of their body parts in the character creation, so fans who want to Dr. Frankenstein their own dino-monstrosity can do just that, creating some Optimus Triceratops thing or Megatron from Beast Wars or something. The Dinobot Destructor Pack is going to be available on PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 on September 11th of this year.
  6. Dominic Dimanche

    Review: Transformers: Fall of Cybertron

    Developer: High Moon Studios Publisher: Activision Platform: Playstation 3, Xbox 360, PC Release Date: Out Now ESRB: T for Teen This review is based on the Playstation 3 version of the game Transformers: Fall of Cybertron, the latest offering from High Moon Studios, takes the series to greater heights and vast improvements. Yet, the more things change, the more they stay the same... This game takes place sometime after the events of War for Cyberton. The clash between the Autobots and Decepticons has come to a head, and planet Cybertron itself is dying and will soon be nothing more than emptied husk. With the only option of survival being to flee their planet, both sides are scrambling for resources to fulfill their means. And it is at this critical juncture where both sides will stake their final stand. The overall atmosphere of the game is a lot heavier and dreary than the previous game. As the world around them is crumbling, you can really see how dire the situation has become. And as you begin walking around the many base camps in the game, seeing various Autobot and Decepticon soldiers wounded and dying on gurneys and asking you if they will ever win this war, you can see how much the war has taken out of not only the planet but the people themselves. It all makes for a somber feeling amidst the chaos of battle, and battle is where Fall of Cybertron shines. Much like its predecessor, each fighter you control has a robot form and a vehicle form you can usually switch between on the fly. Depending on the robot you are, the vehicles range from speedy sport cars, to tanks, to high-flying jets. While in vehicle form, you have access to many weapons, and the controls are very smooth and responsive. Playing as Starscream, I was pinned down on a bridge when I then quickly ran from cover, jumped off the bridge and transformed to my jet mode and took the fight to the air. Switching between forms to better fit the need of battle is the key to survival in the later stages of the game. While in your robot form, you have access to many weapons like pistols, SMGs, sniper rifles, Rocket launchers, and shotguns. All of which can upgraded with a fee which improves their specs like faster reload speeds, reduced recoil, more ammo per clip, and in the higher upgrades special perks like adding fire effects or having the final bullet in the clip doing bonus damage. In addition to the main weapons, you can also purchase items like deployable shields, sentries, and grenades as well as permanent upgrades to your character like increased health or faster shield recharges. While each robot has access to these weapons and perks, each character you play as gives a whole new experience to the game play. As you play through the campaign, the perspective will switch to different characters, each with their own style of play and abilities. Early on, you get to play as Optimus Prime, and his stages are more action packed with a focus on huge sweeping gunfights as his special ability allows him to call in air strikes. Later, you switch to a member of his recon team, Cliffjumper, who is a smaller and less durable member. His ability to use an invisibility cloak plays up his stealth-focused gameplay, making his levels more of a tense affair. The strength of the campaign comes in the gameplay variety of the cast; no two members will play the same, and each provide a unique experience. A personal favorite of mine are Grimlock“s stages, where in lieu of guns, he fights with a sword and shield. His play style is visceral and raw, almost if Kratos from God of War was a transformer, and his transformation into T-Rex mode is just as satisfying. The campaign itself is a bit short, clocking in at around 10 hours, but thanks to the online multiplayer, the game stays fresh. For the online modes, you can create your very own transformer and mod every part of it from color, limbs, vehicle forms, and even voice. In addition, you have access to a large armory of weapons and abilities within each class of transformer you use. The modes are the standard fare: Deathmatch, Capture the Flag, Base Defense, and a more aggressive form of tag called Head Hunter. As you complete matches you get experience points and money which you can use to purchase new parts and looks. As you level up, you gain access to new and stronger weapons, upgrades to your old weapons, and even new abilities. All of which provide you with a unique fighter all your own. The other online mode, Escalation, is a horde mode where you and three other players defend against wave after wave of foes. The fights get pleasantly hectic and tense as the foes start swarming in. All in all, Fall of Cybertron provides many improvements over the last game, from seeing more of the world to more variety in the gameplay and making another enjoyable online mode. I cannot wait to see where they take the series next. Pros: + Story is fittingly epic + Details and variety of the world a welcome addition + Online multiplayer nicely done + GRIMLOCK SMASH!!! Cons: - Cover system leaves something to be desired - Even for robots, they move rather sluggishly - Campaign rather short Overall Score: 8 (out of 10) Great Despite the short single-player campaign, the story, pacing, and robust online multiplayer make this High Moon“s best Transformers yet.
  7. In what is a first for full retail PS3 games, the Playstation Blog has annnounced that Transformers: Fall of Cybertron will arrive on the Playstation Store as a downloadable title tomorrow along with the physical retail release. Honestly, this is great news for fans of downloading full games, and hopefully this means that Sony is working towards getting most games to have day-and-date digital releases alongside their retail counterparts. If you haven't played it yet, check out the demo for Fall of Cybertron on the Playstation Store; it's one of the most impressive demos for a retail game in a while. This Transformers sequel also features the likes of the Dinobots, Combaticons, and Metroplex for the first time in the series. Check out the launch trailer for the game below.