Fellow Seibertronian RAR has made us aware of a survey called Modern Fan 2015. It's a follow-up to the Hasbro UK rep presence at Auto Assembly. If you select Transformers as a brand of interest, you will be directed to a bunch of very on the nose questions, including your budget for third party toys for instance. RAR describes the survey more in depth in his post below.
One thing though, they do ask for which toy you would like most to see issued or reissued. This is our chance guys, make it count. (I, for instance, kept asking for the following: G1 Overlord (reissue), G1 Dinobots (reissue) and Prime Breakdown)
It seems this survey was released with UK fans in mind but it does ask your country of origin and even mentions Target stores in the questions (a shop that isn't a big chain in the UK) so I guess anyone can do it regardless of where you are from.
If you wish to complete the survey a couple of tips.
1) It's very long so give your self some time to do it.
2) It asks Questions about 3rd party toys so you might need to think do you want to admit to buying them so Hasbro does not see them as a threat, or use the survey as an excuse to say you only buy the things Hasbro doesn't make for example (perhaps that will encourage them to make more neat stuff).
NOTE: You don't get some follow on questions if you answer no to the previous ones.
The Survey asks some questions about your experience and interests as a fan, but does not request personal data, when it's over you get a graph with some data on that seems to vary for some people so you might like to make a note of it.
I got the Gender split data about 2/3rd Male 1/3rd female other people got info on how people described them selves as fans as another example.
Anyway enjoy it - and share your thoughts here.
If you have any things you think the current and future lines are missing mention them here in case someone wants to add them too.
You guys want to see something cool? How about these two awesome Transformers Combiner Wars commercials with fun animation. I don't know about you but they totally sell me on the product (Not that I needed to be sold on these).
The first features Defensor and comes from Australia
This one features Superion and comes from Latin America
We have some additional news today on the upcoming Activision Transformers: Devastation, thanks to Seibertron.com user SlyTF1 and their findings over on XBoxAchievements. It looks like the full list of Trophies (PS4) and Achievements (XBox) has been posted to the site, revealing a grand total of 30, between regular and secret. We've mirrored some screenshots below, but head over here to take a look for yourselves - and be warned, some spoil later bosses and opponents!
Adding to the previously seen bio for the upcoming Wheeljack character in the Transformers Devastation Activision game, we also have the character model sheet for both robot and vehicle modes, plus a gameplay character featuring the scientist who might eventually go out with a bang. Check them out below, thanks to Seibertron.com members Cyberpath and SlyTF1!
Welcome to the latest edition of the Seibertron.com Twincast / Podcast! This episode features your MC for the evening, ScottyP along with Megatronus, Rotorstorm, and Tigertrack! Sit down, tune in, and enjoy as we discuss all the latest news, toys, comics and more.
Clash of the Transformers, sounds like a new movie or video game doesn't it? Welp, it's not! The new Toys R' Us exclusive Robots in Disguise line has started taking over shelves and we'll discuss our thoughts on these new and very interestingly colored figures.
Takara seems to be pulling out all the stops with their new TAV line, which coincides with Robots In Disguise. Case in point, leader Optimus Prime, what makes this figure so fun, guess you'll have to tune in.
Ahh glorious, shiny gold plastic. Yup, Transformers Masterpiece G2 Bumblebee has shipped and many of us have him in hand...except some of us have failed to actually open him up. SO is this a masterpiece figure that every G2 enthusiast or masterpiece collector needs? Well, you'll have to tune in to find out what we think of this little gold bug.
Of course, we finish up this episode with a round of bragging rights.
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Fellow Seibertronian Cyberpath has spotted a new bio being uploaded to the Transformers: Devastation Facebook page - ever wondered what the most important word in the Cybertronian language is? Check out Wheeljack's character sheet below!
We've received a number of notifications from Seibertron.com members about an upcoming collaboration between Nintendo and Hasbro for a Transformers-themed Splatfest - part of the Splatoon game for Wii U consoles. Find out more in the official press release copied below, and choose your side if you take part in the event!
Nintendo and Hasbro Join Forces to Let TRANSFORMERS Fans Take Sides in Splatoon
Are you team Autobot or team Decepticon? Nintendo and Hasbro are joining forces to help you defend your robot allegiances in the Splatoon game for the Wii U console.
Splatoon features themed events called Splatfests that let players pick a preference, such as Autobots or Decepticons, and then compete against the opposing side in online battles. A Splatfest celebration lasts for 24 hours, during which players head into battle and try to rack up Turf War wins for their side. While the Splatfest is ongoing, in-game characters get to wear a special T-shirt that shows which Transformers team has their allegiance. The ink that each team shoots will also be customized to match the color scheme of the chosen side.
Once a Splatfest ends, the side with the most points will be awarded the most Super Sea Snails, items that will allow them to upgrade their gear in the game. The Transformers-themed Splatfest event is scheduled to run starting at 9 p.m. PT on Aug. 28 through 9 p.m. PT on Aug. 29 and is open to all Wii U owners who have Splatoon and an Internet connection.
Splatoon, which is exclusive to Wii U, represents Nintendo’s take on the action-shooter genre. Characters called Inklings can transform into squids as they attempt to cover the play area with their team’s colorful ink and splat opponents. Using an array of inventive weapons, players cover the playing surface with as much of their team’s colorful ink as possible before time runs out. On Aug. 5, a free software update in Splatoon brought a large amount of new content to the game, including two new matchmaking modes, new weapon types, an increase to the game’s level cap and more than 40 pieces of new gear.
As Promise following the Optimus Prime concept art, The Official Transformers Game Facebook page has posted some concept art of Bumblebee! Check out the images we've embedded below and remember keep your optics tuned to Seibertron.com for the latest in news and updates!
Your regularly scheduled bizarreness from DLE Channel, featuring the Takara Tomy superdeformed Q Transformers is back for the sixth episode of its second season, roughly translating as 'The Road to New Transformers'! Join Bumblebee, Optimus Prime, Lockdown and Drift as they discuss the post-1986 additions to the characters below, in Japanese of course.
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