Another trailer for ...wait, it's Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark and not the movie! And it's a big one, as Fall of Cybertron and Age of Extinction both show up their fierce brawling, metal chomping, fire breathing warrior: Grimlock. Check him out in the embedded clip below, courtesy of the GameStop YouTube channel.
The folks developing the soon-to-be-released Transformers: Universe massively online tactical action game, Jagex, uploaded five videos on the game's official YouTube channel! Each video is more or less an hour long, and are heavily detailed in the game's details, such as gameplay, game modes, the heads-up display (HUD), etc. If you got the time, we got the videos mirrored below for you!
Let's take a break from the console version of the upcoming video game Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark by Edge of Reality, shall we? Thanks to Siliconera.com, we have some details of the upcoming game's 3DS counterpart. Here's the breakdown:
* Gameplay seems similar to the Transformers mobile game, Transformers: G1 Awakening, in which characters move around on a 2D landscape, and switches to 3D during battles between characters.
* Each character has seven different attacks of varying strength, each one needing an escalating number of points to use.
* Points are earned by a character each turn, with bonus points awarded for blocking enemy attacks.
* Part of the strategy sounds set to revolve around picking whether to employ low-level attacks to harass enemies, or to take a few rounds to stock some points to bring out a more powerful attack.
* Each character has a character-specific super move, which is activated by using a specific amount of Energon, limited for each mission, so strategizing when to use these moves are paramount. An example of this is Optimus Prime's Vanguard ability, which makes enemies focus on Optimus to give other allies time to withdraw or regroup.
Also included in the article were three in-game images, which have been mirrored below for your viewing convenience:
Time for some more character updates from the Transformers Universe MOTA game! Their official website has been updated with a grand total of eleven characters, six Autobots and six Decepticons, 6 of which are exclusive to the Founder packs and 6 are new starter bots. The starter bots you get for free when the game launches Starter bots are Monsoon, Triage and Overclock for Autobots and Drive-By, Hotwire and Rampart. We reported on the Founder packs a while ago. But check out below some very nice art for the newcomers: Decepticons Drive-By, Hotwire, Rampart, AstraeaDeadheat, Derail, and Autobots Overclock, Triage, Monsoon, Ripraw, Doubletake and Anomaly.
Dripping oil and shedding his peeling paint job due to cosmic rust, Drive-By is the silent Decepticon stalker who rolls up in the dead of night, kills his lights, and waits for the witching hour.
His quarry will know they've stumbled into a nightmare when their circuits spontaneously corrode, and Drive-By's laser rifle turns their shambling corpse into iron filings.
Strap in and get ready for a fast getaway - Hotwire won't stop until he's spun maximum profit out of this galactic arms race.
With a catalog of black-market contacts that even Megatron doesn't know, there are no depths he won't plunder to secure a bargain. He values his Decepticon family as much as his bottom-line - when they come under fire he's got the weapons to heal or close the deal.
Rampart is Megatron's mobile Fort Knox: reinforced by layers of armor bolted onto his superstructure, he has a cast-iron disposition welded for war.
No one's gonna get past this fortified Decepticon, let alone past his grenade launcher, minigun and axe. The word from the trenches is intruders that cross Rampart meet only painful endings.
Take cover! Astraea rains down mines, grenades and rockets as though it was Unicron's second coming.
Infamously lustful for spilled Energon, this Decepticon can call on aerial backup to bury her enemies in crater-sized tombs. When Astraea emerges from the debris wearing a satisfied smile, you know the next salvo will be one shell closer to the apocalypse.
Deadheat is all sleek, servo-seizing lasers and flurrying blades.
Blink and you'll miss him - but your sonic receptors will lock onto his screaming engine, and the motorcade of enemies failing to match this Decepticon's blistering pace. Pushing the red line, he floors it back into battle, slicing circuits and dicing diodes, before boosting off over the horizon.
Derail is a Decepticon who's guaranteed to knock your enemies off track.
A fearless explosives expert, he leaves a trail of Autobot wreckage in his wake. Recognizing that his allies are sometimes as vulnerable as his enemies, he'll happily fix them up - after all, nuking Autobots doesn't count for much if you lose the war.
Bodywork can be deceiving: Overclock's sleek, aerodynamic curves might stop traffic, but what his enemies should really worry about is the advanced technology packed under his hood.
With rockets retrofitted from a starship, a time-bending laser rifle, and a self-destruct system with a twist, Overclock is an Autobot spy who is a master of destruction as well as disguise.
At the center of any Autobot attack is Triage, the short-fused medic.
With a psyche that can switch as quickly as the tide of battle, he's as likely to shock enemies with his defibrillators as he is to patch up his waning pals. When the sirens are wailing and the red lights are flashing, you can't be certain whether Triage will deliver surgical aid, or a surgical strike.
A bringer of unhinged power, Monsoon delivers more destruction than a category 5 storm.
As good close-up as he is at range, when this Autobot rains over the battlefield there's nowhere to hide - enemies will be uprooted by his axe or washed away by his grenade launcher. When the sky clears, like a cleansing tropical sun shower he'll bring life back to his wilting allies.
Steaming down the highway like a meteor on wheels, Ripraw hates to be late for the main event.
But time spent pumping iron pays off once he arrives on the battlefield - he hunkers down with heavy weapons and lobs Decepticons around like dumb-bells. When it's all over this hard-hitting Autobot bypasses the debriefing and rolls straight into the posedown.
A sleek, sophisticated and seldom seen police enforcer, Doubletake is a master of reconnaissance.
With long-range scanning systems and pinpoint spatial awareness, he always picks the perfect moment to strike. By the time his targets realize their systems are shutting down, this Autobot is long gone, scanning for his next mission.
The young and feisty Anomaly is spoiling for a fight and ready to take on the entire Decepticon armada solo.
An unusual hybrid of scientist and soldier, his toxic tendencies tend to leave the enemy infected and quarantined. But reverse him back towards your allies and you'll find this Autobot can clean up even the toughest battlefield fallout.
Our friends at DeNA have announced the latest chapter in the Transformers: Legends mobile device game, "Box Trap". You can download the app by clicking here. See the episode description and promo art below:
Soundwave, determined to obtain the secrets of Gravitronic Energy, sets a trap to delay the Autobot forces. Will the Decepticons be able to hold off the Autobot duo long enough for Soundwave to finish his evil task? Find out what happens in the BOX TRAP episode of TRANSFORMERS Legends starting today! http://moba.ge/TRANSFORMERSLegends
We have some new details on Dark Spark from the upcoming Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark video game. It's described at "The opposing force to the Matrix of Leadership", and shares a similar design. Check it out in the image mirrored below. Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark blends the worlds of Age of Extinction and War for Cybertron/Fall of Cybertron, and is scheduled to release on June 24th.
Courtesy of the PlayStation YouTube channel we have new Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark video featuring the one and only Peter Cullen! Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark is the official Transformers: Age of Extinction tie-in video game, but also merges with the Transformers: War for Cybertron/Fall of Cybertron storyline. Cullen explains some the plot points of the upcoming game in the video embedded below:
Our friends at DeNA have announced the latest chapter in the Transformers: Legends mobile device game, "Fatal Furies: Flamewar's Revenge". You can download the app by clicking here. See the episode description and promo art below:
Flamewar and her squad of Decepticons have begun to attack Autobot bases. In response, Elita One sends Chromia, Moonracer, and their team of Autobots to stop Flamewar and her forces before they can do too much damage. See how it ends in this week's "FATAL FURIES: Flamewar's Revenge" episode of TRANSFORMERS Legends: http://moba.ge/TRANSFORMERSLegends.
We've seen Drift in action briefly in an earlier trailer for the upcoming Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark video game that was, unforunately, taken down shortly after its uploading. Now, we get to see forty seconds of the former Decepticon in all his Bugatti glory! Take a look at what the samurai-esque Autobot's bringing to the table in this brief new trailer.
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