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Game Informers talks Tackling Cybertron and War For Cybertron Podcast

Transformers News: Game Informers talks Tackling Cybertron and War For Cybertron Podcast

Wednesday, December 30th, 2009 2:21PM CST

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Phil Kollar of Game Informer has posted a couple more updates into the hub database for Activision's newest Transformers game: War For Cybertron.

In the latest updates, we get a look at how developers took on the task of creating the homeworld of the Transformers and how much they love Transformers in general.



View the video by clicking here.

Along with the video update from the folks of High Moon, we get a special podcast that wraps up the month long exclusive coverage of War for Cybertron. You can listen to the podcast by clicking here.

Seibertron.com would like to thank Phil Kollar, Matt Reiner and the crew over at Game Informer for the heads up information and great coverage on War For Cybertron.
Credit(s): Game Informer
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Re: Game Informers talks Tackling Cybertron and War For Cybertron Podcast (1032001)
Posted by JediJerseyJoe on December 30th, 2009 @ 5:12pm CST
Anyone want to try to guess the assemblage of cast members above his head? :grin:
Re: Game Informers talks Tackling Cybertron and War For Cybertron Podcast (1032014)
Posted by chuuzetsu on December 30th, 2009 @ 6:10pm CST
Better someone who grew up as a fan of the show working on the game than say someone like Michael Bay, who's first response, when approached to direct the first film, was that it would be a "stupid toy movie." (source IDMB trivia page)
Re: Game Informers talks Tackling Cybertron and War For Cybertron Podcast (1032182)
Posted by SlyTF1 on December 31st, 2009 @ 8:58am CST
I know I saw Bumblebee and Megatron. And I think I saw the Fallen in the background, it looked like he was holding up the matrix of leadership