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Official Hasbro Toy Fair 2010 Transformers Press Release

Transformers News: Official Hasbro Toy Fair 2010 Transformers Press Release
Date: Saturday, February 20th 2010 2:55pm CST
Categories: Company News, Event News, Movie News, Press Releases, Toy News
Posted by: Blurrz | Credit(s): Hasbro

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The Hasbro website has been updated with their official press release for Toy Fair 2010. What's new are the clear pictures that accompany the article. Thankfully the press release only goes to the tip of the iceberg - if you missed Seibertron.com's outstanding coverage with over hundreds of pictures, you can check that out here.

HASBRO’S TRANSFORMERS BRAND EXPANDS “MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE” UNIVERSE
On the heels of launching 2009’s largest grossing movie and in anticipation of the next installment in 2011, the TRANSFORMERS brand from Hasbro, Inc. ramps up the play in 2010 with new offerings that build on the energy and excitement from the brand’s history and blockbuster film franchise. Featuring over-the-top action figures, unique role-play items and innovative twists on the TRANSFORMERS brand signature play pattern, the 2010 lineup offers dozens of toys and two exciting promotions to satisfy and excite the brand’s ever-expanding fan base.


This spring the AUTOBOTS, the heroic protectors of Earth, need help from their human allies in the N.E.S.T. GLOBAL ALLIANCE as the planet continues to face threats from the evil DECEPTICONS. Hasbro is inviting kids and fans to join the alliance through a special promotion that is currently underway. By getting the N.E.S.T. ALLIANCE PACK and collecting three stickers included in specially marked TRANSFORMERS products, kids and fans can join the N.E.S.T. GLOBAL ALLIANCE and mail away for a special edition RAVAGE figure not available anywhere else. The promotion requires a payment of $4.95 for shipping and handling charges to receive the special edition figure and the offer is good while supplies last. Requests must be postmarked by April 30 and received by May 14. Then, in the fall, kids can ‘live’ the TRANSFORMERS adventure as the “Hunt for the DECEPTICONS” promotion begins. Look for exciting details about this interactive promotion later in the year.


If fans can’t wait until 2011 for the next TRANSFORMERS movie they can watch online webisodes of “Cyber Missions,” featuring new TRANSFORMERS adventures. “Cyber Missions” finds the AUTOBOTS working with humans in the N.E.S.T. global alliance to defend Earth against the revenge-seeking DECEPTICONS. There will be 12 webisodes total which began airing online at http://www.TRANSFORMERS.com in early January and new webisodes will continue to air throughout the year.

BUMBLEBEE continues to be one of the most popular TRANSFORMERS heroes as he acts as both a defender and a warrior for good. The new BATTLE OPS BUMBLEBEE action figure continues to push the boundaries of TRANSFORMERS toy innovation and showcases two sides of BUMBLEBEE with features unique to each of these roles. For example, when serving as a guardian, BUMBLEBEE features more playful phrases along with authentic engine sounds and lights. Then, when converted into battle mode, BATTLE OPS BUMBLEBEE has missile launchers that pop out, a converting plasma cannon that lights up, and phrases that change to reflect his battle personality.

Expanding upon the essence of DEVASTATOR — a robot built by combining multiple construction vehicles — the TRANSFORMERS brand unveils the new POWER CORE COMBINERS expression that redefines the magic of combination play. The toys deliver an interchangeable system of robots, vehicles and weapons that escalates the level of fun and increases the number of robots within a child’s TRANSFORMERS toy universe.

For those wanting to engage in heroic AUTOBOT role play, the TRANSFORMERS line offers new items including the OPTIMUS PRIME CYBER SWORD toy which features lights, battle and conversion sounds, as well as key phrases from OPTIMUS PRIME.

And for the youngest AUTOBOT-in-training, the TRANSFORMERS brand unveils the new ACTIVATORS expression of action figures. Designed with the youngest TRANSFORMERS fans in mind, ACTIVATORS toys feature easier conversion from vehicle to robot modes than traditional TRANSFORMERS figures and are available in popular characters such as OPTIMUS PRIME, BUMBLEBEE and MEGATRON.

Highlights of new TRANSFORMERS products available in 2010 include:

TRANSFORMERS ACTION FIGURES
(Approximate retail price: DELUXE Scale $12.99; VOYAGER Scale $19.99; Leader Scale $44.99; Ages 5 & up; Available: Spring 2010)

For more than 25 years, TRANSFORMERS action figures have been known as “ROBOTS IN DISGUISE,” providing fans with the enjoyment of converting incredibly detailed, realistically styled vehicles into awesome battling alien robots. In 2010, Hasbro is offering a wide variety of all-new versions of fan-favorite characters, including OPTIMUS PRIME, BUMBLEBEE, MEGATRON and STARSCREAM in an array of scales: DELUXE, VOYAGER (larger scale), and LEADER (largest scale and includes lights and sounds).

Leader STARSCREAM
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Deluxe Battle Blade BUMBLEBEE
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TRANSFORMERS BATTLE OPS BUMBLEBEE Action Figure
(Approximate retail price: $59.99; Ages 5 & up; Available: Fall 2010)
The all-new BATTLE OPS BUMBLEBEE action figure is ready for battle! This large-scale figure truly shows fans the AUTOBOT hero’s personality, both as a protector of Earth and a warrior against the evil DECEPTICONS. With two distinct modes – Battle and Guardian – BATTLE OPS BUMBLEBEE features a variety of electronic sounds and lights, accompanied by a converting plasma cannon.
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TRANSFORMERS POWER CORE COMBINERS
The TRANSFORMERS POWER CORE COMBINERS introduce fans to an all-new assortment of figures that expand on the classic play pattern of the popular “ROBOTS IN DISGUISE.” This new expression of figures combine with one another, in dozens of variations, to create a wide variety of larger COMBINER robots, with each figure serving as various body parts and weapons. Available in 2-packs and 5-packs.

TRANSFORMERS POWER CORE COMBINERS 2-Pack

(Approximate retail price: $9.99; Ages 5 & up; Available: Fall 2010)
The TRANSFORMERS POWER CORE COMBINERS 2-Pack includes one SCOUT scale TRANSFORMERS figure and one MINI-CON scale figure. The SCOUT scale figure features a ‘robot’ mode and a ‘vehicle’ mode. The MINI-CON scale figure has four modes: ‘robot’ mode, robot weapon, vehicle weapon and Power-up Armor for combining with the central SCOUT scale figure in both robot and vehicle mode. 2-Pack figures are interchangeable with 5-Pack figures.

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TRANSFORMERS POWER CORE COMBINERS 5-Pack
(Approximate retail price: $19.99; Ages 5 & up; Available: Fall 2010)
The TRANSFORMERS POWER CORE COMBINERS 5-Pack features teams of TRANSFORMERS characters that can combine together to form one large TRANSFORMERS figure. Each team consists of one SCOUT scale figure and four LEGENDS scale vehicles. The SCOUT scale figure features one ‘vehicle’ mode and two ‘robot’ modes and each of the LEGENDS scale vehicles can plug into the specially marked ports on the central SCOUT scale figure to instantaneously convert into an arm or leg using auto-conversion technology. All figures can be swapped out with one another to form multiple different combinations and new figures. 5-Pack figures are interchangeable with 2-Pack figures.

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TRANSFORMERS ACTIVATORS
(Approximate retail price: $7.99; Ages 4 & up; Available: Spring 2010)
TRANSFORMERS ACTIVATORS toys, a new expression within the TRANSFOMERS toy line, feature conversion from vehicle to robot modes that’s easier than traditional TRANSFORMERS figures. Designed with the younger child in mind, conversion is triggered by pressing the AUTOBOT or DECEPTICON shield located on the figure and require only a few steps to fully change modes. TRANSFORMERS ACTIVATORS figures feature popular characters including BUMBLEBEE, OPTIMUS PRIME and MEGATRON.

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TRANSFORMERS OPTIMUS PRIME CYBER SWORD
(Approximate retail price: $19.99; Ages 4 & up; Available: Fall 2010)
The TRANSFORMERS OPTIMUS PRIME CYBER SWORD allows kids to role play just like the fearless leader of the AUTOBOTS and reenact their favorite battle scenes. Kids will enjoy its electronic lights, battle and conversion sounds, as well as key movie phrases.
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SPEEDSTARS TRANSFORMERS BUMBLEBEE BATTLE TRACK Set
(Ages 4 & Up; Approximate Retail Price: $19.99; Available: Fall 2010)
Created specifically for the SPEEDSTARS TRANSFORMERS line of mini-vehicles, kids can join the adventure and help BUMBLEBEE and OPTIMUS PRIME defeat the evil MEGATRON by racing to victory with the new SPEEDSTARS TRANSFORMERS BATTLE TRACK set. The glory of winning depends on your skill; launch the BUMBLEBEE mini-vehicle, exclusive to this track set, at the correct time and send it crashing into MEGATRON who will crumble in defeat. Introduced in 2009, TRANSFORMERS mini-vehicles feature the robot version of characters unique to the TRANSFORMERS universe on the underside of each non-converting vehicle for easy identification.
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SPEEDSTARS TRANSFORMERS STEALTH FORCE OPTIMUS PRIME Vehicle
(Ages 4 & Up; Approximate Retail Price: $24.99; Available: Fall 2010)
Featuring electronic lights and sounds, motorized conversions and firing projectiles, kids can “bring to life” the epic TRANSFORMERS battle with this new vehicle from the SPEEDSTARS TRANSFORMERS line. For covert combat, watch as select parts of this OPTIMUS PRIME semi-truck vehicle convert with the touch of a button to reveal stealth mode weaponry hidden inside to battle the evil DECEPTICONS like no other vehicle available.
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Voyager Seaspray Video Review

Transformers News: Voyager Seaspray Video Review
Date: Friday, February 19th 2010 1:52pm CST
Categories: Movie News, Reviews, Toy News
Posted by: Blurrz | Credit(s): Peaugh

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The month of February has been Voyager Seaspray's time to shine. He's been revealed several times, most notably in our coverage of Toyfair 2010 here. To top it all off, we have a video review from famous Youtuber peaugh. He goes over the usual - articulation, gimmicks, posing and transformation. You can form your own opinion of the figure by checking out the video embed below or via Youtube.



The dates for Seaspray's release are still to be announced, however we can speculate that we should be seeing the figure sometime in the summer.

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New Images of 'Unite for the Universe' Jetpower Optimus Prime

Transformers News: New Images of 'Unite for the Universe' Jetpower Optimus Prime
Date: Monday, February 15th 2010 10:52pm CST
Categories: Movie News, Toy News
Posted by: Blurrz | Credit(s): 4chan - Jason Canty

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After the massive hangover that was our 2010 ToyFair coverage, we've got brand new images of a figure that we saw recently. Thanks to 4chan and poster Jason Canty, the brand new mold can be seen below.

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Jetpower Optimus Prime is a mold that was made based off the combination featured in Revenge of the Fallen. Optimus has his robot and vehicle mode, while Jetfire is rather non-existent, acting as armor in Prime's robot mode, and as boosters in vehicle mode.

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Toy Fair 2010: War for Cybertron previewed (and reviewed)

Transformers News: Toy Fair 2010: War for Cybertron previewed (and reviewed)
Date: Monday, February 15th 2010 11:09am CST
Categories: Event News, Game News, Media, Site News
Posted by: Seibertron | Credit(s): Diablien

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Diablien wrote:For years now, Hasbro has been breaking from the mold and creating their own private viewing event corresponding with the date for the official Toy Fair Expo held in New York City. This tradition continued in 2010 with a presentation covering Marvel, Transformers, GI Joe, and Star Wars that was an invitation-only event geared towards media outlets for each of brand. Of course Seibertron.com was on-hand to bring a plethora of coverage through videos, photos, and up-to-the-minute update messages. However, coverage of one particular aspect of the presentation was left out - Activision's exclusive look at their upcoming title "Transformers: War for Cybertron."

The entire event was allowed coverage except for Activision's segment, which still contained some proprietary elements that were now allowed to be recorded or photographed. In lieu of any visual coverage, we will attempt to relay what was shown in as much detail as possible.

To start off, this game may be the Transformers' reaction to GI Joe's "Resolute" cartoons series that is aimed a bit more towards a mature crowd. The themes expected to be covered in "War for Cybertron" will be quite serious. In the live game play demo we were shown, death and destruction are at the forefront of the story. For example, Zeta Prime, who is assumed to be the previous leader of the Autobots, has died and Optimus has taken up command for the first time. Apparently, Zeta Prime will be the video game equivalent of the recent comic book fiction's Sentinel Prime. Regardless, the old leader is dead and Optimus is, like always, willing and ready to take up command.

The opening scene consists of Optimus, Ratchet, and Bumblebee traveling down an elevator and discussing the current situation. Megatron is making a major advance and Decepticon warships have surrounded the city. Bumblebee wants to get out there and "show Megatron a thing or two" but Optimus explains that Megatron will not risk decimating the Autobot's capital city of Iacon with a full-on assault, since he wishes to conquer and use it for himself. This appears to allude to Megatron's motivation in the game, which has been promised to be explained by Activision's reps. The biggest surprise during this opening scene was when Optimus hails Jetfire on the halo communicator. Not only is he mentioned by name, but Jetfire actually appears on the Halo screen! Jetfire explains that he needs cover fire. Prime, Ratchet and Bumblebee leave Autobot HQ to reactive the city's anti-air guns amidst the Decepticon onslaught. This is when the game play begins. As a giant warship crash lands at the Autobot's doorstep, Decepticons begin pouring out and pummeling the Autobots with heavy fire.

As the game play began, one of the first things that became apparent was the massive amount of detail given to the environment. Cybertron is alive with activity. The world is dark, cold and metallic, at least the parts that aren't currently on fire seemed that way! There are plenty of obstacles to hide behind to evade fire and the environment appears to have tons of destroyable materials. Optimus was transforming with ease and ramming Decepticons. It was also demonstrated that projectiles could be fired from the front of the vehicle. Although it was not completely clear, there seemed to be some sort of overheat gauge for being in vehicle mode, so there may be some sort of limit on the amount of time a player may stay transformed.

On to level two for the Autobots, which revealed even more unexpected characters - Aerialbots Air Raid and Silverbolt! Them, along with Jetfire are in orbit around Cybertron amidst hordes of planetary debris. Something has definitely gone wrong because this level made the asteroid field in "Empire Strikes Back" look like a snow flurry. In jet mode, the characters were dodging and destroying debris and could even transform to run across some of the larger sections of debris. It was explained by Activision that each level has 3 characters that will be playable specific to the mission at hand. This opens the amount of characters up to wild speculation. We already know that we will be seeing Soundwave, Starscream, Megatron, Ratchet, Bumblebee, Ironhide, Optimus, Jetfire, Air Raid, Shockwave, and Silverbolt, but just how many others? The next level reveals a surprise guest…

The last level that was previewed to the crowd at the presentation was a Decepticon boss battle. Megatron has the Autobots close to their darkest hour and that leads them to activate their last line of defense. You guessed it - Omega Supreme! Fighting against Omega were Megatron, Soundwave, and surprise guest, Decepticon Breakdown! Breakdown's head looked to be the spitting image of his G1 self. This level was only shown for about a minute but from what we saw, we will be having a lot of great moments in this video game. This Omega Supreme seemed much more G1 than the fully rendered trailer version, but I may be mistaken. Omega appears to be in a pit in the middle of a large room that the Decepticons can run around to take shots at him. Omega fires volleys of missiles at the Decepticons while Megatron barks orders at Breakdown to "stop whining and start firing." Omega's personality is G1 all the way and the voice is about as close to his 80's cartoon version as one could ask.

Activision told us that multi-player support for the game is going to be a very important factor. The 3 available characters for each mission allow for additional players to jump in and out at will. Although not specified, campaign may be playable via online. Other features that were observed from game play were that Optimus appeared to be able to jump and use a boost that could propel him in a variety of directions. There also seemed to be some sort of "power-up mode" but it was not obvious how this mode was activated whether by damage, or item collection. Optimus was glowing pink and it could be surmised that his attack power is increased during this mode.

Characterization of each character is incredibly detailed. The voice acting appears to be top-notch and we can expect this game to be the new gritty origin of The Transformers. Ratchet appears to be a bit of his movie persona, perhaps even the same voice actor. Bumblebee is a much spunkier version of the character. He seems to be arrogant and fool-hardy and Optimus Prime seemed to have to keep his head in the right place. Jetfire is a very bulky white and red bot. He seems very reminiscent of the Classics mold. Unfortunately, the Aerialbots were difficult to make out other than their faces, which each appeared reminiscent of their G1 counterparts. Soundwave has acting as the voice of authority on what to do next, such as pinpointing where Omega Supreme's weak points were. His voice had a very successful vocoder effect that should make Soundwave fans very happy. Megatron's voice may seem new to fan of the series, but his new authoritative demeanor will be very easy to get used to. As an added touch, when other characters speak or call out story-telling voice clips, a drawing of the characters' face plus name appear in the bottom right of the screen.

When the lights turned on and the game left the screen, applause filled the hall. "War for Cybertron" marks a progressive move for Hasbro's marketing for the brand. After having utilized cartoons and movie avenues of promotion, the next logical step to reinforce the Transformers lore is to target the video game crowd. Today's youth spends a lot of time immersing themselves in their games, very similarly to how a fan may watch their favorite movie over and over again. With each new piece of material revealed about the game, the fever surrounding it increases. "War for Cybertron" may be more than the next greatest Transformers video game, it may in fact become one of the best games of the year and is there a better way to move Transformers into a new decade?

Toy Fair 2010: Presentation Screenshots of SDCC Blaster, Straxus, Masterpiece Grimlock and more!

Transformers News: Toy Fair 2010: Presentation Screenshots of SDCC Blaster, Straxus, Masterpiece Grimlock and more!
Date: Sunday, February 14th 2010 1:26am CST
Categories: Event News, Movie News, Site News, Toy News
Posted by: Seibertron | Credit(s): Collecticon

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Here are some screenshots of the figures that were not on display earlier today that were part of Hasbro's Powerpoint Presentation.

Generations - Darkmount (aka Straxus)

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Toys R Us exclusive Masterpiece Grimlock

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Power Core Combiners Destructicons

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ROTF Deluxe Class Elita-1

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ROTF Hailstorm

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ROTF Legends Sandstorm

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ROTF Scout Class Breacher and Insecticon

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ROTF Deluxe Class Sea Attack Ravage

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ROTF Sidearm Sideswipe (new mold)

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ROTF Voyager Class Battle Blades Optimus Prime (new mold)

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SDCC San Diego Comic-Con Blaster with Eject, Ramhorn, and Steeljaw

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Toy Fair 2010 - Full Event Galleries Now Available

Transformers News: Toy Fair 2010 - Full Event Galleries Now Available
Date: Saturday, February 13th 2010 11:59pm CST
Categories: Event News, Game News, Movie News, Site News, Toy News
Posted by: Mkall | Credit(s): Seibertron, Hasbro, Toy Fair 2010

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It has taken some time, but you will not be disappointed by the quality, amount and variety of images that Seibertron has taken at this year's Toy Fair 2010! This comprehensive set of galleries covers everything from the much talked-about Leader Class Starscream, all the way down to the tiny RPMs and Weebles. Please take your time to look though all the galleries posted HERE!

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Toy Fair 2010: Transformers Deluxe Class Figures UPDATE

Transformers News: Toy Fair 2010:  Transformers Deluxe Class Figures UPDATE
Date: Saturday, February 13th 2010 8:04pm CST
Categories: Event News, Site News, Toy News
Posted by: Mkall | Credit(s): Hasbro, Toy Fair 2010

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Continuing the video barrage, Seibertron has uploaded another one featuring many of the deluxe-class figures that were talked about in the Hasbro Toy Panel. This video showcases Battle Blade Bumblebee, Jetblade, Ironhide, Thrust and Drift. Check this topic again in a couple hours to see a lot of high-detailed images of these great figures!



We update this thread with Seibertron's top quality images! To see all the images taken at this event, check out this link!

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Toy Fair 2010 - Transformers Power Core Combiners UPDATE

Transformers News: Toy Fair 2010 - Transformers Power Core Combiners UPDATE
Date: Saturday, February 13th 2010 7:28pm CST
Categories: Event News, Site News, Toy News
Posted by: Mkall | Credit(s): Hasbro, Toy Fair 2010

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The figures to see this year at Toy Fair 2010 are definately the much-anticipated Power Core Combiners line. Seibertron has posted two youtube videos to whet your appetite while he finishes preparing the images that he has taken.

Each scout-sized figure, known as a Commander, comes with a mini-con that transforms into a robot, vehicle, weapon and armor for any Power Core Commander. The line so far consists of: Huffer with Mini-Con Caliburst, Smolder w/ Chopster, Searchlight w/ Backwind, Icepick w/Chainclaw, and Leadfooter w/Pinpoint. Also included are two 5-figure combiners, Bombshock who homages Bruticus and Skyblast who homages Superion. Any Commander can combine with the limbs and has one head for seperate play, and a different head while combined.

Check out these videos and check back soon for image updates!




UPDATE: Seibertron has now posted his galleries of these figures along with many many more. See them all here!

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Toy Fair 2010: Hasbro Transformers Panel Summary

Transformers News: Toy Fair 2010:  Hasbro Transformers Panel Summary
Date: Saturday, February 13th 2010 7:01pm CST
Categories: Company News, Event News, Game News, Movie News, Site News, Toy News
Posted by: Mkall | Credit(s): Seibertron, Hasbro, Activision, Toy Fair 2010

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Seibertron.com was in attendace for Hasbro's Transformers panel at Toy Fair 2010 and was taking frantic notes during the presentation. What was revealed and discussed? We have everything from War for Cybertron to Revenge of the Fallen to the new line name: Generations!

Hasbro's Plans in General
--Almost all of Activision's War for Cybertron line is proprietary, which means that Activision owns most, if not all, the products
--Spring 2010 - Hasbro will continue to market the ROTF line into the summer
--Fall 2010 - Hasbro will be taking a step back in the interim between ROTF and Transformers 3. They will focus on Transformers in general, and not a specific line such as Animated, ROTF or Universe. Expect fewer Transformers during this time.
-- There will be a video game on Transformers.com to mark the 'Transformers - Hunt for the Decepticons' brand. There will be specially marked packages with codes that will let you go in the mainframe and detect where a Decepticon is coming from. New codes let you battle new Decepticons, joining the Autobot alliance. All assortments will have codes, come in gold package with 'Hunt for Decepticons'

Revenge of the Fallen Legends class
Ravage
Rampage - Red coloured, not the same mold as the one that combines to form Devastator
Long Haul - Again a new mold
Sandstorm - Redeco of Universe Legends Beachcomber in whites and oranges.

Revenge of the Fallen Scout class
Hubcap - Looks like Micromaster Greaser in alt mode, but red
Brimstone - Turns into a 1950's road hog motorcycle
Crackstart - a black version of Dune Runner
Backfire - A white repaint of Reverb
Insecticon - As seen in ROTF
Breacher - Blue assault APC, will attach to Voyager Sea Spray

Revenge of the Fallen Deluxe class
Ironhide - Comes with drone that can snap out to bed in truck mode
Battle Blade Bumblebee - An entirely new mold with a flip down visor
Jetblade - White and light blue repaint of Dirge
Sea Attack Ravage - Grey-blue repaint of Ravage
Sidearm Sideswipe - New mold with 2 pistols that can store in vehicle mode
Hailstorm - Wave 2 preview
Elita-1 - The long-awaited 3rd bike has arrived! This is a repaint of Chromia that will combine with the other bike sisters

Revenge of the Fallen Voyager class
Sea Spray - Plays up an aquatic theme that Hasbro wishes it could do more with. Has flip-out flippers on feet, has scuba tanks. Scout class Breacher attaches to Sea Spray.
Night Ops Ratchet - (redeco)
Payload - Yellow repaint of Long Haul
Battle Blades Optimus Prime - New Voyager class w/ the Matrix of Leadership, has snap out swords, and tank canisters that pop off for weapons.

Revenge of the Fallen Leader class
Starscream - Prototype photogallery here. Has pop out missiles cannons on arms
Leader Optimus Prime - Has battle hooks and battle damage, new face, new deco

Revenge of the Fallen Activators
Bumblebee
Optimus Prime
Megatron

Battle Ops Bumblebee - about 2" taller than leader class, play up iconic character, flip out cannons, battle mask, converting plasma cannon

Human Alliance Jazz w/ Captain Lennox- Yes, it's a Solstice despite the death of Pontiac, the weapon converts to motorcycle for Lennox

Transformers Generations
Autobot Drift - As seen in the leaked red car prototype. Has swords and many points of articulation.
Thrust - Redeco of Takara's Gentei Thrust, without the chrome or lightning bolts.
Darkmount - Triplechanger homage to Straxus. Changes from tank to artillery base and has his signature pick weapon.

Power Core Combiners
Bruticus, now officially called Bombshock. Main figure is scout-sized with 4 legends-sized unique limbs. 5 figures combine, the spring-loaded vehicles automatically convert to form the limbs. The Aerialbots version is called Skyburst.
Any scout-class figure from this line can combine with the limbs. Each scout has 2 different heads; the combiner head and regular head.
2-Packs contain one commander figure and one mini-con figure.
Scout class figures can combine with any Powercore mini-con.
Huffer w/ Caliburst
Smolder w/ Chopster
Searchlight w/ Backwind
Icepick w/Chainclaw
Leadfooter w/Pinpoint
Rallybots lead by Double Clutch
Destructicons lead by Mudslinger

Store Exclusives
Masterpiece Grimlock with crown will be at Toys R Us in very different packaging
Autobot Blaster with Sleeljaw, Ramjorn, and Eject Will be seen at SDCC 2010 along with a new Mighty Muggs

Transformers: War for Cybertron
Jason and Brad were present from Activision
This summer there will be a hard cover novel by Alex Irving about the great war of Cybertron
Game from Activision, great story telling device which Hasbro may pursue further if this proves successful.
The Story takes place during the Civil War.

War for Cybertron Toys
Cybertronian Bumblebee
Optimus Prime
Megatron

Toy Fair 2010: Video of Transformers Battle Ops Bumblebee

Transformers News: Toy Fair 2010: Video of Transformers Battle Ops Bumblebee
Date: Saturday, February 13th 2010 6:37pm CST
Categories: Event News, Media, Movie News, Toy News
Posted by: First Gen | Credit(s): Toy Fair 2010, Hasbro

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More Transformers goodness from Toy Fair 2010 in New York City. This go around we get video of Transformers Revenge of the Fallen Battle Ops Bumblebee.



We've got alot of pictures to follow up every video post we've done here, so keep it locked right here at Seibertron.com your Ultimate Transformers Resource!

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Transformers Podcast: Twincast / Podcast #101 - Talkin' 'Bout My Generations
Twincast / Podcast #101:
"Talkin' 'Bout My Generations"
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Posted: Sunday, September 21st, 2014