Articles tagged with: Transformers
Throughout Gamescom week our inbox gets barraged by publishers pushing trailers, but we can’t complain. We love them, and we know you do too.
That’s why we decided to collect our favourites and put them together in an article. It turned out we couldn’t narrow them down to 10, so we thought we might as well give you 37. That’s a lot of viewing pleasure.
Top names in the gaming industry lend their voices in what looks to be the definitive Transformers video game ever to collide with our planet. Do battle as both the Autobots and Decepticons during their final battle for their dying home planet while listening to the smooth sound of Peter Cullen’s voice. “Roll out.”
The War for Cybertron rages on.
If you took a chance and picked up Transformers: War for Cybertron, you may have already figured out what a lot of folks are saying: this is definitely a solid sleeper hit.
Today, we bring you reason to keep on playing.
The Transformer concept is one that should be ideal for creating a fantastic video game. Giant robots smacking seven bells out of each other, whilst morphing into vehicles – how could it possibly go wrong?
Well it has gone wrong in the past, several times in fact – but High Moon Studios upcoming ‘Transformers: War for Cybertron’ looks set to put all the bad stuff behind it.
Let’s roll out!
It’s trailer-a-rama lately with the VGAs revealing a bunch of new stuff over the weekend.
Of course, this new one for Transformers: War for Cybertron appears to have skipped the award event altogether, deciding instead to debut over on GameTrailers.
Woah, put the hammer down! High Moon Studios’ new Transformers game “Transformers: The War for Cybertron” will have no connection to the recent Michael Bay re-imagining of Hasbro’s insanely popular robot franchise.
Published by Activision and from the studio who created The Bourne Conspiracy, the new game has everyone’s favourite mechanised protectors and overlords take on their more traditional appearances compared to Dreamwork’s more busier renditions.
Still fuming that Michael Bay had the nerve to put flames on Optimus Prime? Disgusted that the enigmatic leader of the Autobots appeared not as the traditional flat-nosed cab-over truck format but instead as a ridiculous Peterbilt model?
Hey, at least they kept Peter Cullen’s voice, right? And that Megan Fox. She ain’t too bad to look at. No? Fine. There’s no pleasing some.
Luckily for the purists who only recognise Optimus in his G1 incarnation, new DLC for Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen will allow grown men who still play with toy robots the chance to send Prime off to battle as his true original self. And if nostalgia doesn’t have you reaching for your wallet, perhaps the chance to unleash the fury ofSoundwave will.
Activision and Luxoflux are busy working on a batch of new content for Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Scheduled to launch later this summer on the PSN, the DLC will bring new characters, maps, campaigns, and more to the movie-based game.
Transformers: Revenge of The Fallen (Transformers 2 to the rest of us) has hit the cinemas everywhere now, and the reviews are (mostly) praising the gargantuan mechanical monsters.
As with all the biggest film releases, T:ROTF (no, not ‘twits: roll on the floor laughing’) has been made into a game.
It’s no doubt that Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen is going to be one heck of a blockbuster this summer. Fast cars, hot women, and huge explosions are the perfect formula for success. The trailer was just released last week and it was awesome. This week, we have the trailer for the upcoming game adaptation and it is just as cool.
Popular rhythm games such as Guitar Hero and Rock Band have already tapped into that lucrative money-printing vein by making new songs available to the masses on a weekly basis.
After all, now that all the …