Seibertron.com has managed to give Transformers collectors a glimpse on the upcoming War For Cybertron toys including Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Megatron, and Soundwave. These figures are based off of the characters featured in the Transformers: War for Cybertron video game from Activision. More information about the game will be revealed later this week.
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Seibertron.com has the following items for sale on eBay that were obtained at this event:
An auction for Transformers: Exodus, a tie-in novel to the War for Cybertron video game, has appeared on eBay from Seibertron.com. The auction includes images of the covers and inside flaps of the novel letting us get a sneak peak at story information.
A comical War For Cybertron Preview Video has been created by GameStop. It features the Decepticons with their exclusive pre-order character Shockwave taking charge. We get to see Soundwave turn into a boombox, with the classic 'The Touch' by Stan Bush in the surround. Check out the video embed below or on Youtube.
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WatchMojo.com have posted a new video for War for Cybertron that gives us a whole lot of new information and lets us get a peek at characters we haven't seen before and a longer look at those we've only had a glimpse of. The video contains some storyline elements so be careful if you want to avoid spoilers. You can see the video here or embedded below:
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Energon board member s250 has gotten 3 new images of War For Cybertron Bumblebee.
This Bumblebee is the toy version of upcoming Transformers video game - War For Cybertron, with paying homage to his Generation 1 counterpart.
The toy is expected to be released in the second half of 2010.
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We previously reported on Jazz being an exclusive downloadable character for those who preorder the game from Best Buy and Shockwave being the same for those who preorder from Gamestop. Now it appears that Australian fans are getting the best of both worlds; those who preorder the game from EB Games' Australian website will be able to download both characters!
Robot form: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
The two antennas are unusually long, 2 Autobots logos are visible at the shoulders.
Double chest windows, "6 abdominal muscles", openable knee cap, calf exhaust grid, all are the standard features of Optimus Prime but yet so impressive.
Vehicle Mode: ★ ★ ★
Compared to the gorgeous detail of the robot mode, the vehicle mode is considered simple in design. The vehicle is with aerodynamics styling, however there is no front cab windows. Probably Prime doesn't need to be in disguised during the War of Cybertron. Huge front wheels compared to the rear wheels, coupled with the reinforced front bumper and the huge exhaust pipes behind, the vehicle does give a tough look.
Articulation: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Overall articulation is essentially a modified version of the classic OP, with additional parts for the wrist and feet. The only difference is lack of waist movement due to the size.
Difficulty of Transformation: ★ ★ ★ ★
Deluxe class figure, Voyager class difficulty in transformation. The transformation required the upper body to be rotated 360-degree, it is quite challenging in the transformation.
Material Color: ★ ★ ★
Toy overall color scheme is very uniform: red / blue / gray / black
Some metallic feel in the red color parts, and the blue section is the same as Classic Optimus Prime. The gray parts are basically the plastic colors (Are we getting a Premium version from Takara?). The overall feel is very solid.
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High Moon Studios Lead Programmer Andrew Zaferakis and Game Director Matt Tieger talk about the multiplayer modes in the upcoming video game, War For Cybertron. The video's called the 'Multiplayer Experience', feel free to check it on Youtube or embed below!
The game will be out on June 22, and you can bet your Energon Chips that you'll find more drool worthy images and videos at Seibertron.com!
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