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Release Date for Transformers Cybertron Edition Moved Up One Day

Transformers News: Release Date for Transformers Cybertron Edition Moved Up One Day
Date: Thursday, June 21st 2007 10:48am CDT
Categories: Game News, Movie News
Posted by: Skowl | Credit(s): Gamestop.com

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The release date for the Transformers Cybertron Edition - GameStop Exclusive has been moved up one day, from June 26th to the 25th, courtesy of this message sent to users who have subscribed for updates regarding the game:

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New Video Interview With Frank Welker About Transformers Game

Transformers News: New Video Interview With Frank Welker About Transformers Game
Date: Wednesday, June 20th 2007 7:46pm CDT
Categories: Game News, Interviews, Movie News
Posted by: Raymond T. | Credit(s): www.sohood.com/

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A new interview about the upcoming Transformers game featuring voice god, Frank Welker has popped up on the So Hood Magazine website. In the interview, Welker talks about why he enjoys playing the part of Megatron.

"I really do love Megatron. I love doing Megatron. I wanted to create a character that was unique. I've done alot of different characters. Some evil, but mostly good. So having the opportunity to play a villian, and then trying to make him different from others that I have heard. I wanted to hook onto a sound".

The clip below has been taken directly from the article.


New Transformers Game Clip: Ironhide vs Blackout

Transformers News: New Transformers Game Clip: Ironhide vs Blackout
Date: Tuesday, June 19th 2007 9:56am CDT
Categories: Game News, Movie News
Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): raphaelprime and IGN.com

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Our own raphaelprime has brought some news about the Transformers Movie Video Game to our attention. A new video clip of the game has been posted by IGN.com. This latest clip shows Ironhide fighting Blackout. Click here to check it out.

Win A Trip to the Transformers Video Game Premiere

Transformers News: Win A Trip to the Transformers Video Game Premiere
Date: Monday, June 18th 2007 11:33am CDT
Categories: Company News, Event News, Game News, Movie News
Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): i_amtrunks, IGN, and Myspace

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Our own i_amtrunks has brought us news about a new contest involving the Transformers Movie video game. IGN is offering people the chance to win a trip to the premire of the Transformers Video Game. The even takes place on June 21st in Cielo, New York, New York. Sadly the contest is only open to U.S. residents. For more information click Transformers Movie video game. here.

Intro video to Transformers Game now On-line!

Transformers News: Intro video to Transformers Game now On-line!
Date: Monday, June 18th 2007 2:29am CDT
Categories: Game News, Movie News
Posted by: Fender Bender | Credit(s): TransformersGame.com

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Transformers Game.com has been updated once again with new content.

Firstly, new images from actual gameplay have been uploaded in the gallery on the site.

Secondly, the opening sequence for the game has been posted!

To view the opening sequence, go to Transformers Game.com and click "Video" from the menu on the top of the page.

The new video will automatically be selected and will start playing.

Here is a brief synopsis of what you can expect by viewing the video:

The video starts off on planet Cybertron and shows thousands of Transformers laying dead from a battle. We then see Frenzy digging through piles of bodies, looking for the Allspark. Then we see Megatron flying around Cybertron in vehicle mode.

Next we see the Allspark falling to Earth. Various scenes from around a city are shown, including a construction site where Blackout does a fly bye in vehicle mode.

We then see Optimus Prime crusing down a road and the camera moves away, just far enough that all we see is his shadow as he transforms.

After this, we get to see Brawl transform from vehicle mode to robot mode. Of note, his barrel retracts into his turret telescopically when changing.

After this, it's non-stop action. Battle scenes featuring all the Autobots are rapidly played. The one that stands out most is when Bumblebee clubs Starscream and sends him flying into a building. A scene with a wrecking ball is also entertaining.

Lastly, we see the battle of all battles. Optimus Prime vs. Megatron. It starts out with Megatron flying around a city and Optimus Prime hunting him down by leaping from rooftop to rooftop. Prime eventually leaps and lands on Megatron (who is in jet mode).

The scene changes, then both leaders are on a rooftop, and the brawl begins.

Transformers RISK Pictures

Transformers News: Transformers RISK Pictures
Date: Monday, June 18th 2007 1:19am CDT
Categories: Game News, Movie News
Posted by: Stormrider | Credit(s): Blackstreak

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Seibertron.com member, Blackstreak, has provided us pictures and a review of the Transformers RISK game.


What's different?
The most obvious difference is 4 players instead 6, and when all 4 are playing they team up. Take a wild guess as to why?

The Allspark rule (which I thought was kind of hidden in the rules) states when you play one of the cards for whatever reason the territory on the card grants the holder of said territory a bonus of 3 robots to that territory. Pretty nice and actually changed the strategy of when to play the card, or if you should even play it.
There are 2 choices to play the card for: Game text to change the active rules or rotate/slide territories.
Territories can be slid open or closed to grant bonus robots at the beginning of your turn; or can be rotated to close off/change neighboring zones.
The biggest difference is multiple methods of game play: traditional risk (w/ limited resources I think) or you conquer Cybertron in a 6 day peoriod.



1st: The board w/ the factories closed. These zones do not count when closed and you don't get additional armies for them.



2nd: The board w/ the factories open. These zones do count towards collecting armies AND gives you bonus troops if you have robots in it (to a max of 3).


3rd: The robot troops. The robot mode counts as one, the vehicle cannon counts as 3. When your leader dies it costs 3 robots to bring him back.



4th: The Leaders in robot mode and the corresponding cards. The cards state special rules for the leader when in robot mode.





5th: The Leaders in vehicle mode and the corresponding cards. The cards give a different special rule for the leader when in vehicle mode.



MonkeybarTV weekly contest w/ Deluxe Bumblebee as Prize

Transformers News: MonkeybarTV weekly contest w/ Deluxe Bumblebee as Prize
Date: Sunday, June 17th 2007 5:57pm CDT
Categories: Game News, Toy News
Posted by: Fender Bender | Credit(s): Transformers.com

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MonkeybarTV is sponsoring another Transformers related contest with their online games.

This time, the game is "Flight of the Bumblebee" and the prize is a Deluxe Bumblebee figure.

Make sure to swing by, no pun intended, to MonkeybarTV and give the game a try.

Exclusive look at Transformers: The Game to accompany this week's Robot Chicken: Star Wars

Transformers News: Exclusive look at Transformers: The Game to accompany this week's Robot Chicken: Star Wars
Date: Wednesday, June 13th 2007 7:35pm CDT
Categories: Game News, Media, Movie News
Posted by: Seibertron | Credit(s): Activision

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I received the following message earlier this evening from our friends at Activision: "Just a quick TRANSFORMERS: The Game update we thought you would be interested in. This Sunday at 11 p.m. EDT Cartoon Network’s “Adult Swim” will feature a special night of “Robot Chicken” programming with “Robot Chicken: Star Wars” airing at the top of every hour and each airing (11 pm – 3 am) will feature an exclusive 60 second behind-the-scenes look at the making of TRANSFORMERS: The Game as well as a TRANSFORMERS: The Game 60 second exclusive CGI trailer."

Seibertron.com's notes and photos from Activision's Transformers game event

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's notes and photos from Activision's Transformers game event
Date: Tuesday, June 12th 2007 9:55pm CDT
Categories: Event News, Game News, Media, Movie News
Posted by: Seibertron

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Activision invited several key Transformers related websites out to Los Angeles on June 6th, 2007, for a Q&A session and to have some hands-on demonstration with the Transformers game on each of the major platforms. As many of you know, the owner of Seibertron.com is pretty triggerhappy with his camera so there are some repetitive pictures from the Q&A session. Nonetheless, the pictures capture the event for everyone to enjoy.

Each of us at the event were able to play each of the major 5 platforms for about 20 minutes each. Bottom line is this: if you don't own a Wii, a Nintendo DS, an Xbox 360, a Sony PSP or a Sony Playstation 3 ... you need to go out to buy one. The platforms are truly incredible and the handhelds are a lot of fun.

Below are some notes that I took while attending the Activision event. I'm not a big fan of writing reviews so hopefully you'll find some of the information that I posted from my notes and in the galleries useful as we continue to get closer to the release of the Transformers games from Activision and the worldwide release of the Transformers Movie. The notes presented below are in the order that information was provided to me at the event, so some of it is out of order.

Please let me know if you guys have some additional questions. Thanks!

Ryan

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Related Photo Galleries:

  • Photos from the Activision Press Event

  • Screenshots from the Microsoft XBox 360

  • Screenshots from the Playstation 3

  • Screenshots from the Nintendo Wii

  • Screenshots from the Sony PSP

  • Screenshots from the Nintendo DS


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    Notes from the Transformers Game Event:
    • The opening cinematic that Activision showed us is mind-blowingly awesome. It opens on Cybertron. The computer animation is simply beautiful. It looks like there was a fully rendered Cybertron in the style of G1, not the style that's on TransformersMovie.com.
    • Activision showed us a cinematic that features Bumblebee landing on Earth. Optimus Prime states Bumblebee's mission. We've seen this mission objective via radio intercom used in the past for the 2004 Transformers Armada game from Atari. Bumblebee then scans a Camaro that is alone in an empty parking lot.
    • Bumblebee battles Swindle
    • Activision demo'ed a lot of the transformations.
    • The game makes use of a radar that shows your location, a map of the area as well as any enemy targets which are marked with their faction symbol. The radar is similar to that used in other major platform games.
    • The Transformers can climb the sides of buildings.
    • There is a ton of interaction with the city and such.
    • Every 20 energon cubes you obtain unlocks a different mission/objective, unlockable characters, features, etc.
    • The game has a lot of Easter eggs throughout the game such as a building called "Seaspray's fish and chips" or "Hound's Hot Dogs".
    • Activision referred to the faction symbols as "shields" which I don't think I've heard anyone do before.
    • Next, Activision showed us a cinematic with Barricade, Mikeala and Sam.
    • "Protect and Serve" mission objective: defeat Barricade and get to Sam before him. Story: The Decepticon Barricade has posed as a human Police vehicle in an effort to harm. More ...
    • Optimus Prime announces what Bumblebee should be doing. Peter Cullen has done an incredible job with his Optimus Prime voice. It totally sounds like his G1 self.
    • Barricade and Bumblebee battle around Tranquility high school.
    • Trivia: tranquility sharks
    • The transformation sound is similar to what we hear in the movie ... there is no use of the G1 transformation sound.
    • While Bumblebee and Barricade are battling, the action moves to a cinematic with them on a highschool football field. The action is beautfil
    • One of Bumblebee's mission is called "Plight of the Bumblebee" (a nod to Marvel Comics' Transformers #16).
    • Something from the "Plight of the Bumblebee" comic book is available as an unlockable feature (not sure if it's the full comic or cover art).
    • Activision compared the interactive environment like a "ball in a china shop scenario"
    • "Unfriendly Skies" Objective: ground Starscream and defeat him. Story: Starscream is after the AllSpark. Shoot him out of the sky ...
    • Optimus Prime to Jazz: "Starscream ... take him out."
    • The game uses small Autobot or Decepticon shields on the radar to identify the enemy's location.
    • Starscream is HUGE compared to Jazz ... but in an entertaining "omigod the bad guy is so big" kind of way.
    • Jazz is voiced by an African American voice actor.
    • Activision's Dreadwind character battles Jazz.
    • Activision's Daniel talks about working with Hasbro to collaborate with Aaron Archer and crew for the movie game toys.
    • The characters in the game have shadows.
    • The police chase after Jazz while battling the Decepticons.
    • "Hound's Hot Dogs" on Main St. during Jazz's battle with Dreadwind.
    • Next cinemtatic that was showed to us: Decepticons versus Jazz (Blackout and Dreadwind ... Starscream takes off during Jazz's battle).
    • Jazz then battles Blackout, who looks phenomenal.
    • Unlockable characters ... G1!!! (Including G1 Optimus Prime plus repaints. I also wrote down Megatron but we weren't shown this and I don't remember this being mentioned), television openers
    • Their intention was to satisfy the fans.
    • G1 Optimus Prime looks beautiful ... it's incredible to see G1 Prime rendered like this!
    • The cars have weapons and nitro.
    • G1 Optimus Prime can fire missiles.
    • "Heavy Weapon" Objective: defeat Shockwave
    • Shockwave is a purple triplechanger complete with a G1 styled head.
    • Missile turret, helicopter and a robot.
    • Shockwave's transformation is awesome.
    • Jazz voices to Optimus Prime via radio transmission for his mission.
    • Optimus Prime quotes: "I can't let him get away", "You will not cause anymore destruction, Decepticon."
    • Activision wanted to create a game that plays up the movie and the fans.
    • "Transformations actually mean something in the game."
    • Amazing destruction technology ... almost fully interactive environment. Very impressive!
    • The complexity of the transformations really surprised Activision.
    • A lot of information wasn't available (i.e. voice of Megatron) so they worked with what they had at the time.
    • Activision was able to use a lot of the ILM assets, which ILM/Dreamworks/Paramount was more than happy to share.
    • Tom: "game gives a lot of backstory to the movie that was never shot."
    • Peter Cullen (re: working with welker again): "It was fantastic, has always been when I work with Frank. We work well together. Frank's kind of like a fuse ... you just kind of never know when he's going to blow up. but he never does. It's always in a good way."
    • Tom DeSanto was asked about special features for the DVD: Michael Bay is a DVD fan. Tom doesn't want to give anything away.
    • Activision views the handhelds (DS and PSP) as supplementals to the platform versions.
    • DS version takes advantage of the hardware considerably. It really pushed the limits.
    • PSP: wanted to make a game with the Transformers stuff that they themselves wanted to see in a game (they are fans).
    • There are 26 characters in the PSP.
    • A company called "Savage" worked on the PSP.
    • PSP provides a unique experience you aren't going to get anywhere else such as versus modes, capture the flag, etc.


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    Other Transformers Websites Reviews:
    GameNewsI.com
    TFW2005.com
    TFArchive.com
    GameSpot.com

    New Transformers Game Footage

    Transformers News: New Transformers Game Footage
    Date: Tuesday, June 12th 2007 5:23pm CDT
    Categories: Game News, Movie News
    Posted by: Hotrod

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    More and more footage of the soon to be released Transformers Movie video game is appearing on the world wide web. Now new footage has appeared on Youtube. The quality of this footage is not the best. Check it out for yourself here.

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