Machinima has posted an exclusive new Tansformers: Fall of Cybertron trailer featuring the Dinobots! We see footage of all five Dinobots with commentary provided by High Moon Studio's Matt Tieger regarding their origin. The video is embedded below.
Transformers: Fall of Cybertron is scheduled for release August 28th, 2012.
The new Transformers: Fall of Cybertron website is now live. The site features pre-order links, trailers, Cybertronian timeline, character profiles, and more. Presently only Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Megatron, and Shockwave are availalbe, but new characters will be unlocked in the coming weeks leading up to some big reveals at this year's E3.
Last night's episode of GTTV featuring new Transformers: Fall of Cybertron gameplay footage is now available online. Geoff Keighley visits High Moon Studios and talks to Peter Della Penna and Dave Cravens about the highly anticipated sequel. We also get an exclusive look at Cliffjumper (voiced by Nolan North) in action. Cliffjupmer has an entire level custom built to take advantage of his special cloaking ability. He also appears as a secondary character in the Jazz level. Click here to view the episode.
We have a couple of quick voice actor updates for the Hub's two current Transformers series Prime and Rescue Bots.
First, TV Guide has updated their listing for the upcoming episode of Transformers: Rescue Bots "The Other Doctor" to reveal the voice of Dr. Morocco, Tim Curry!
Next, Nolan North recently appeared on the podcast of fellow voice actor Rob Paulsen and mentioned working on the "Transformers show" with Frank Welker, Peter Cullen, and Steve Blum. We already know that North will be voicing Cliffjumper in this Fall's Transformers: Fall of Cybertron video game.
This Thursday's episode of Spike TV's GTTV will feature new Transformers: Fall of Cybertron footage. According to the promo we will get a look at Cliffjumper in action and more Grimlock. Tune in Thursday at 1:05/12:05.
This week on GTTV—exclusive gameplay from Transformers: Fall of Cybertron, the premiere of Batman: Arkham City DLC, Harley Quinn’s Revenge, more Combat Facts!, new Madden NFL 13, and more!
Activision's upcoming (and highly anticipated) Transformers: Fall of Cybertron video game continues to generate a lot of buzz. [a]listdaily.com recently spent some time with High Moon Studios President Peter Della Penna and Marketing Manager Greg Agius to talk about the game and the brand in general. Below is an excerpt.
Transformers: Fall of Cybertron hits shelves on August 28th.
[a]list: How did you get a chance to do a game based on an original take on Transformers in the first place?
Peter Della Penna: It was pretty obvious to us and Activision, that our studio capabilities and sensibilities were a great fit for the Transformers license. Also, it was perfect timing for us to develop a Transformers game that was not based on the film property and did not interfere with the movie franchise release schedule. The natural place for us to go was back to our childhood roots in G1 and start telling the story of Transformers before they came to earth.
[a]list: What are ways that you look to bring in fans of the classic cartoon series? Do you try and tap veteran voice actors?
Greg Agius: Authenticity is our biggest strength at High Moon Studios. You walk around the studio and you see G1 fans everywhere. I'd say that bleeds through to the game in every way. The look and the feel all are heavily inspired by G1. But everything is updated so that it feels right and up to date with the look of a modern game. Landing original G1 voices like Peter Cullen to voice Optimus Prime and Gregg Berger to do Grimlock is another key. Transformers: Fall of Cybertron reboots your childhood and makes it cool again!
[a]list: What games do you try to emulate as far as being successful with a classic brand? Do you try and learn something from the recent Batman and Spider-Man games?
Peter Della Penna: Game wise I would say both Batman and Spider-Man are great references. Especially the Batman Arkham series where everything you do in those games drives the player back to the core of what makes Batman so cool. For us, it's about transformation and the variety of awesome characters in the Transformers lore.
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