Activision has updated their Transformers page with a new video showcasing some the the game play of the upcoming Transformers Animated Video Game for the Nintendo DS. They have also included more new screen shots, a mini-game to build your own Transformers Animated Character and even a well hidden poster in the back ground that says "Keep Your Chin Up". Like that wasn't put in there to tease fans!
About The Game:
Team up with the Autobots to save Earth and Cybertron!
Blast through Decepticon-controlled hoverbots, solve challenging team-building puzzles and race through futuristic Detroit roadways, dodging on-coming traffic while seamlessly morphing between robot and vehicle form. Take control of your favorite Autobot characters, including Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Bulkhead and Prowl, to reclaim the lost fragments of the Allspark before the Decepticons intercept it and claim Cybertron as their own.
ADVENTURE BEYOND THE ANIMATED SERIES — Experience Transformers Animated in a whole new way. This action-adventure game, based on the animated series, features all of the characters and environments of the show, and lets you experience Cybertron for the first time!
PLAY AS ALL YOUR FAVORITE AUTOBOTS — Switch instantly among Autobot team members, using special skills and unique weapons to overcome enemies and challenges. Take down a boss with Optimus Prime, outrace foes with Bumblebee, break down barriers with Bulkhead or outmaneuver enemies with Prowl!
IT’S ALL ABOUT TEAMWORK — Faced with a number of challenging side-scrolling puzzles, you must utilize each Autobot team member to solve problems. Working as a team and combining the abilities of each Autobot is the key to recovering all three Allspark shards before the Decepticons!
RACE THE DETROIT EXPRESSWAYS — Speed through futuristic Detroit in fast-paced driving mode, where you’ll face off with Lockdown!
To watch the video and browse the page, click the link here
Thanks to staff member Stormrider, I was given the chance to make contact with a member of Glu mobile’s PR staff, and was able to play a demo of the soon to be released ‘Transformers: G1 Awakening’ game for cellular phones. Glu Mobile was very kind and even sent me a compatible phone loaded with the game to play, as they do not currently have a version available for the iPhone.
I was able to spend about a week with the game, wasting many precious hours, staying up until the wee early hours of the morning as I played the addicting game, and tried to experience as much of it as I could before I had to send the demo back....
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While it can be assumed that these new Shift Tech games will be similar in terms of style and gameplay as the first Shift Tech game, further details are not known at this point, but Seibertron.com will keep you informed as more information comes to hand.
You may have looked at the tagline and said to yourselves "What?!". But just like the title says, we have a fan made vid of our favorite Robots in Disguise given the Soul Calibur treatment, complete with weapons and finishers.
Check out the vid here and let us know what you think by clicking on View User Comments above.
We have here our first look at live in action video of the new ANIMATED TRANSFORMERS game for the Nintendo DS portable game system, shown at Auto Assembly this weekend.
The video starts out talking about the characters involved showing video clips from the animated show.
Then it moves to showing samples of each character in a side scrolling action. Each character has special abilities they can use that are are shown in the video, like Prime's axe throwing, and grappling hook, and Bumblebee's speed, stinger, and thrusters.
Next you get a look at how the driving portion works with Prowl, Prime examples. It shows how you can transform mid-drive to robot mode, and keep running, jumping, etc., and then transform back to vehicle mode basically without losing much forward momentum at all.
If you're a video gamer, check out this video and see if it helps sell you on this as a purchase when it comes out.
IGN.com have posted new images and snippets of information pertaining to the upcoming Transformers: Animated game for the Nintendo DS.
Transformers Animated is in development at Artificial Mind and Movement, also playfully known as A2M. The team's previous work for Activision included its Nintendo DS version of Spider-Man: Friend or Foe. The team's Transformers Animated looks to expand on its much more solid side-scrolling engine used in games like Kim Possible. In this title players will assume control over members of the Autobots team, including Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Bulkhead and Prowl.
IGN also state that the game is puzzle based, where you will need to work out the strengths of each of the Autobots to solve, with sections of traffic weaving in Alt mode thrown into the mix.
To view IGN's images and updated information in full, please click here.
Seibertron.com has learned that Gamestop has a preorder listing available for Transformers Animated the Game on the Nintendo DS handheld gaming system.
No box art or detail description of the game is available on the listing, but a release date of October, 21st 2008 is posted with it having a retail cost of $29.99 USD. Activision will be developing the game.
To view the preorder listing for this game, click here.
It has long been speculated that there would be a video game based on Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, now it is official. Today Team Xbox has reported that Activision announced today that it will publish a video games based on "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen". The game will be developed by Luxoflux.
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