Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron Chapter One: Siege

Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron Chapter One: Siege

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Netflix and Siege
A Review of Transformers: War for Cybertron, "Chapter One: Siege"

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In a mere two days' time Transformers fans will finally get to watch the highly anticipated, much speculated about first chapter of the Transformers: War for Cybertron Trilogy, known as "Chapter One: Siege". You'll need a Netflix account to stream the show's 6 episodes, and in case you need a brief overview, here's the official synopsis provided by Netflix:
It is the final hours of the devastating civil war between the Autobots and Decepticons. The war that has torn apart their home planet of Cybertron is at a tipping point. Two leaders, Optimus Prime and Megatron, both want to save their world and unify their people, but only on their own terms. In an attempt to end the conflict, Megatron is forced to consider using the Allspark, the source of all life and power on Cybertron, to “reformat” the Autobots, thus “unifying” Cybertron. Outnumbered, outgunned, and under SIEGE, the battle-weary Autobots orchestrate a desperate series of counterstrikes on a mission that, if everything somehow goes right, will end with an unthinkable choice: kill their planet in order to save it.

After the debacle that was the Prime Wars trilogy of streaming shows, fans looking for something different in (perceived) tone from the outstanding Transformers: Cyberverse have eagerly awaited the arrival of this latest installment. Many of us are happy to see toys that we've had for a year and a half reach the silver screen. All of us are wondering if it will be good - read on to find out.

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The main plot of the series is summed up well in the synopsis above, and most fans will likely find the "30,000 foot view" of the plot to be about what's expected. While stories about the end of the war on Cybertron are as old as the franchise itself, the past decade or so has created so many disconnected permutations of this story that it's starting to become Transformers' version of Bruce Wayne's parents being killed. It makes sense for this first chapter to play things relatively safe in this context, given the amount of casual fans likely to be exposed to this series that haven't experienced the wide combination of movies, video games, books and other Transformers TV shows covering the same general story as much as those hanging out here on Seibertron.com on a daily basis have in recent history. For the most part, the good guys are the Autobots, the bad guys are the Decepticons, they're in a war which is bad and has been long, and events occur with big, sweeping consequences for the Transformers. The show keeps it simple on a high level, and to be honest, it works.

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Those backgrounds are nice.

One of the reasons the somewhat standard main plot works is because the side plots with tighter character focus are then able to grasp the spotlight and provide the series' most compelling moments. The first hour of the show does feature a great deal of talking and walking but it's worth sitting through because the characters you should really be paying attention to, such as Jetfire and Bumblebee, gain foundational characterization that pays off as the episodes progress. The cast is a little big and there's maybe one "B" plot too many running in the middle of this first chapter given its length, but this isn't a problem that sticks around for long.

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Slow and low

The aforementioned cast of characters is kept somewhat small and if you're expecting anyone that doesn't have a Siege toy, temper that expectation now. Heck, if you're expecting any Battle Masters or Micromasters from the toy line, I'm going to go ahead and bring you that disappointment now too, because they're not present. Optimus Prime and Megatron receive the most spotlight as expected, with Jake Foushee reprising his role as Optimus Prime after performing him in Cyberverse. It's one of the weaker Optimus Prime performances that I can recall, but Foushee does kick some more emotion in nicely during some of the more action-packed sequences. Marnocha's Megatron sounds tired, which feels character appropriate, but is overall so low and slow that if you were only listening to audio you might mistake the character for Unicron or some other giant Transformer. It's worth noting this could be entirely on the provided direction and not the actor himself, to be fair.

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Thankfully, there are standout voice performances surrounding the sub-par ones. Keith Silverstein brings in a fantastic performance as Jetfire, layering in his experiences playing Char Aznable in another globally huge robot franchise to create a take on the character that feels fresh while carrying appropriate emotion. Georgia Reed delivers punchy lines as Chromia in another more subtly notable performance, to me at least, while Frank Todaro's Starscream has evolved into one of the best interpretations of Chris Latta's original take on the character's voice that's ever been recorded.

Now if voice director Philip Bache could just get everyone to actually enunciate the first "r" in "Cybertron" we'll be getting somewhere very good.

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Just enough transforming and rolling out. Usually.

Transformers shows are notoriously limited by budget constraints, as making complex CGI models of robots transform into CGI models of vehicles is, presumably, complicated and expensive. There's just enough transforming most of the time that it feels appropriately present throughout, and sometimes this is accomplished through clever-ish use of smoke and other camera panning effects leaving your imagination to fill in the rest. It works fine and is preferable to skipping out on opportunities to have the Transformers, you know, transform. There was only one moment early on where I wanted to pull my hair out because the Autobots were running away on foot from Decepticons, some with flying alt modes, who were also chasing them on foot. The rest of the animation is fine with the movements of characters looking infinitely better than what was seen in Prime Wars, though not quite as nice as other recent forebears such as Transformers: Prime or even Cyberverse with the characters in "Siege" moving their hands a little too much, too often while they speak. The backgrounds are also positively gorgeous at times, with large, sweeping vistas and massive buildings giving Cybertron a sense of grandeur and scale. Occasionally the characters stand out oddly against them, but this was something I only noticed once or twice during interior shots.

I'm going long on this part of the review, but need to mention that the action and battle sequences are crisp, busy, and ultimately quite satisfying.

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Always a look of dull surprise...

If there's one thing I found to be a let down, it's the sound. The balance of voices to background music and sound effects was occasionally off, and I had to turn up my 5.1 system temporarily at times to make out what some characters were saying. The classic transformation sound effect from G1 is used effectively in some places, but they forgot to sample more than one version of it making me wonder why they even bothered at all. It's something that should be done with differences in tempo, levels and duration based on the character and what they transform into but here, a lazy, one-size-fits-all approach was used. Edward Bosco's voice performance as Soundwave is ruined by a poor attempt at his voice effect but at least he also plays Ultra Magnus well, proving he's not a slouch. The musical score by Alexander Bornstein is entirely forgettable and sounds like the Tron: Legacy score by Daft Punk was cut into small samples to avoid a lawsuit then rearranged into a generic bore-fest that adds no emotion to anything at any point. My apologies to Mr. Bornstein if generic, derivative music that sounds like everything else while also sounding like nothing whatsoever was precisely the musical direction desired by Hasbro and Netflix.

Producers of Transformers shows, if you take nothing else from this review, please take this: just hire Vince DiCola next time. Barring that, hire a good Synthwave artist that can provide some exciting electronic scoring to go with the action.

Verdict
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Pictured here: the fandom after watching the "Prime Wars" trilogy

:exhales:

It doesn't suck.

All I wanted was for this show to not suck, and it achieves that. The wider story is a bit blasé to this long time Transformers fan who rabidly consumes its media, but the side plots and character work help elevate it. Some of the character models are re-used as generics far too often, but the overall nice visuals make me care less about that. The voice performances are hit or miss and the score is terrible but excellent all-around work on characters like Jetfire, Ratchet, Mirage and even Impactor lead me to forgive. The really important thing here is that it was a fun watch that doesn't ask for a ton of your time. You'll have about 2.5 hours sometime in the next week where the Transformers will entertain you, and for many fans, that's a big increase.

I considered going a notch higher on the score below, but "Tarnhauser Gate" was too cringe-worthy to let go without some punishment.

Final Score
. :BOT: :BOT: :BOT: ½
out of
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Seibertron.com was provided with complimentary advance screening access to Transformers Chapter One: Siege by Netflix for the purpose of this review. "Thank you" to Netflix and Hasbro for this access!

Credit(s): Netflix


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Re: Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron Chapter One: Siege (2074041)
Posted by o.supreme on July 28th, 2020 @ 4:40pm CDT
ScottyP wrote::exhales:

It doesn't suck.

All I wanted was for this show to not suck, and it achieves that.


It is sad we've lowered our expectations so far, but it is truth to the most accurate degree. thanks for your honest review, my anticipation for watching this series has gone up a couple clicks.

I've been Waiting 7 years from the end of Prime until now. and Nine Years between the end of Car Robots to Prime. It's rough, really rough to be a Transformers fan that has certain expectations of an animated series. Glad to see the drought has ended.

*If your raising your eyebrows at my mention of Car Robots/Rid. I can explain. BW was great, BM was a letdown. Car Robots not only return to formula of sorts, but added a fun anime flare as well. The sense of Fun most fans attribute to TF Animated, is what I get out of Car Robots.
Re: Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron Chapter One: Siege (2074043)
Posted by ZeroWolf on July 28th, 2020 @ 4:59pm CDT
That it doesn't suck is great news as hopefully the next chapter can build on what this show does right
Re: Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron Chapter One: Siege (2074044)
Posted by sol magnus on July 28th, 2020 @ 5:17pm CDT
I knew it wasn't going to be bad.
Re: Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron Chapter One: Siege (2074055)
Posted by ScottyP on July 28th, 2020 @ 6:58pm CDT
ZeroWolf wrote:That it doesn't suck is great news as hopefully the next chapter can build on what this show does right
Yeah, I'm looking forward to the next installments now. Went into this one with a lot of fear, and while it's not revolutionary or some phenomenal Emmy winner, it's nice to have been freed from the fear.
Re: Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron Chapter One: Siege (2074097)
Posted by Rodimus Prime on July 29th, 2020 @ 3:44am CDT
Will it be available at midnight, or will we have to wait until later in the day?
Re: Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron Chapter One: Siege (2074110)
Posted by ScottyP on July 29th, 2020 @ 6:51am CDT
Rodimus Prime wrote:Will it be available at midnight, or will we have to wait until later in the day?
None of the material I can get to goes this specific, but with time zones being what they are I'd guess 3 AM eastern at the soonest.
Re: Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron Chapter One: Siege (2074140)
Posted by o.supreme on July 29th, 2020 @ 1:37pm CDT
It really is random. Being on the west coast, I've seen shows drop before midnight my time, exactly at midnight, and I've waited until 2am in some cases, and gave up. It was there the next morning, but I have no idea of exact release.

In any event Thursdays are always my busiest day both for work and after work obligations. I'll no doubt want to binge this all at once (seems to make for about a 2 hour movie), so Ill regrettably end up waiting until late Friday most likely. I could probably watch part of it Thursday night, but if I forced myself to watch it all, I'd be in bad shape come friday morning :HEADHURTS:
Re: Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron Chapter One: Siege (2074197)
Posted by D-Maximal_Primal on July 29th, 2020 @ 9:23pm CDT
I'm getting up early to watch it before work, I hope it comes out before 6am EST
Re: Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron Chapter One: Siege (2074213)
Posted by Cyberpath on July 30th, 2020 @ 4:01am CDT
Watched the first three episodes. I enjoyed seeing designs largely inspired by the original, more than ever before (and finally ditching the idea of Optimus Prime having a traditional mouth.) But the writing.. not so much. The pace is too slow, they hardly transform or do anything. It's mostly politics and talking heads. And many of the characters sound the same. In three episodes MTMtE established the entire Transformers franchise, yet three episodes into the Netflix series and I feel like I've watched a single episode, a really long episode. That said, so far I'm enjoying this more than other non-Sunbow TF shows, easy. And looking forward to seeing more of characters that didn't appear in the original show, like Cog and Skytread. And if this version of Ultra Magnus has a white Convoy inside.
Yeah, overall it's refreshing to see something new. Even if I think it has zero "rewatch value."
Re: Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron Chapter One: Siege (2074218)
Posted by SpikeyTigertron on July 30th, 2020 @ 5:21am CDT
Just finished a little while ago. Ultimately I enjoyed it. The models were a little *too close* (read neigh spot on) to the toys (including the blast effect nubs). I'm really curious if we'll get some of the generic repaints (Seekers and the Autobots). I do like how some of the details seem to be a blend of all the various media (maybe the beginnings of a new jumping off point lore wise?).

I felt it had a nice blend of action. It's hard for me to critique some of my particular gripes w/o going into specific details... but all in all... I enjoyed it. Would keep watching.

Kind of wish Dreamworks got the nod for this. They did great with Voltron and She-Ra.
Re: Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron Chapter One: Siege (2074222)
Posted by Burn on July 30th, 2020 @ 5:48am CDT
It was ... meh.

I mean it's the same old story AGAIN, but this time with an even smaller cast. I know most people are going to think it's the greatest thing under the sun, and hey, good for them, but there was just something about it, and I can't say what exactly, that stopped me from truly enjoying it.

I didn't hate it, but I won't be singing it's praises unless we're having a comparison between it and Machinima's series.

Because that series sucked huge festy donkey balls.
Re: Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron Chapter One: Siege (2074223)
Posted by Deadput on July 30th, 2020 @ 5:56am CDT
Watched all 6 episodes and I'll say I enjoyed it for the most part, my nitpicks are pretty minor overall and that's mostly just the voices for a couple characters, namely Soundwave Although I think Soundblaster was done better for some reason, really like that they made him his own character and whenever Optimus raised his voice such as his yelling (his normal talking was fine), the only other voice I didn't quite like was Alpha Trion


Performances I really did like include Ultra Magnus, Impactor, Mirage, Cog, Elita-1, Ratchet, Starscream (some of the best traditional type SS VO I've heard), Shockwave (his voice fits his role here) and Soundblaster as weird as it is since Soundwave's was the one I disliked the most but I guess it's how they used the vocal effects with SW rather then the actual voice work.


The animation was good, it's not going to "wow" anyone I guess but I didn't notice any bad frame rate, there was a few environments I liked such as The storm and such in the Sea of Rust

The story was fine, not bad by any means but I guess it wasn't the best story ever told but I never look for stuff like that, I just watch it as it is and judge by my entertainment of it and I was entertained, it's quite better then Prime Wars in my opinion if anybody wondered about that.

Honestly the weirdest thing for me was The weird inclusion of Moonracer in the second last episode who was just a straight repaint of Chromia with no new head and her sudden strange death, she was literally just a generic with an existing character name for all purposes, to be honest it came off as a tad strange and I'm fine with the generics in the show, the other strange thing was Astrotrain's brief appearance in the final episode which I can only describe as "he shows up" and that's literally it, he does nothing besides walk a bit menacingly with no one acknowledging him, and he's like the size of Omega Supreme or something.

The spoiler pack with Ultra Magnus and Rung absolutely makes no sense to me now, is Rung supposed to represent the Alpha Trion protocols?


I quite enjoyed it, it might not be the second coming of your fave Transformers series (whether that be Beast Wars, Animated, Prime or something else) but I think I can say that it will likely be enjoyable for most fans of the franchise unless the VO bothers you more then it did me and if you have problems with character deaths.


7/10, better then average and I'm looking forward to the next parts which are presumably called Earthrise and Kingdom, I personally hope that they can increase episode count by a little for the other parts like maybe 7 or 8 instead of 6 since I feel that the number of episodes for Siege probably rushed things or made it so that the show creators couldn't fit certain things in.
Re: Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron Chapter One: Siege (2074225)
Posted by Deadput on July 30th, 2020 @ 6:06am CDT
Burn wrote:It was ... meh.

I mean it's the same old story AGAIN, but this time with an even smaller cast. I know most people are going to think it's the greatest thing under the sun, and hey, good for them, but there was just something about it, and I can't say what exactly, that stopped me from truly enjoying it.

I didn't hate it, but I won't be singing it's praises unless we're having a comparison between it and Machinima's series.

Because that series sucked huge festy donkey balls.


I can see where your coming from with the "repeated story" stuff, and yeah it's for sure a bit old to go into the war over and over again and I would love to see new stuff and perspectives be presented in future content.

I think at this point in the franchise since it's been about 35 years the character dynamics and cast is what one should look for in these stories rather then what the whole overall plot is since a "war" franchise can only tell so many stories.

And I think there was some nice character stories and moments told in this mini series, so for that I think Siege has it's place.


With the way Siege ended With the Ark taking off, maybe Earthrise and Kingdom will be able to tell more intriguing stories and Siege simply being the setup for things to happen, but I could of course be wrong.
Re: Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron Chapter One: Siege (2074233)
Posted by Cyberpath on July 30th, 2020 @ 10:11am CDT
Finished chapter one a few hours ago. It's weird how a show that tries to sell you robots that transform... doesn't actually show them transform.
Never mind Astrotrain or Omega Supreme.. what about Bumblebee, Ultra Magnus, Ratchet, Soundwave, Shockwave, Reflector, Impactor, Mirage, Arcee, Wheeljack, etc? Ridiculous. It's like a show about super-heroes that don't use their powers.
And those that did, mostly transformed out of screen.
Re: Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron Chapter One: Siege (2074234)
Posted by ZeroWolf on July 30th, 2020 @ 10:13am CDT
Transformations cost animation to be fair
Re: Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron Chapter One: Siege (2074236)
Posted by o.supreme on July 30th, 2020 @ 10:26am CDT
I woke up at 4am my time before my work day to watch it. It was good. I wont say "solid" because it definitely had flaws. However it is nice to see after the disaster that was Prime wars things are progressing pretty much all around in terms of story, animation, character development etc.... Audio mixing still seems to have some issues, of course it could also be because I had the volume pretty low on my TV for the sake of my family, and had to have subtitles on, but it sounded like many characters were doing a loud whisper.

The lack of Transforming was a bit bothersome as some have pointed out, but it was better than Prime Wars where it was barely existent and done in shrouded dust, or offscreen. There was some of that here as well, but it was better. Fans of IDW comics, where there is barely any Transforming at all are sure to enjoy this ;)

Unlike Prime Wars, Siege is definitely rewatchable. I know we as fans are going to pick this thing s apart, I just hope we don't kill it before Earthrise comes along. Also, I know many fans have been praising Cyberverse for it's unique takes. But it's just nto for me. Visually it is hard to watch, and the plots are silly IMHO, perfect for its intended audience, but I've seen the whole series to its conclusion, and enjoyed none of it, and have no desire to watch it again. Sige, with its flaws, I feel at least tried to make something intended for me, and I appreciate that, and will watch it a few more times no doubt before the next chapter comes along.

As I said I have a few nitpicks, but I'll leave with just a question. In one interview FJ DeSanto Says one of his favorite characters Dreadwing is introduced in Episode 5. Now, that characters name was mentioned, but was never seen (although I was a bit sleepy, maybe I missed it?)...Does anyone think there are some deleted scenes that didn't make the final cut? Or is poor FJ just confused?
Re: Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron Chapter One: Siege (2074242)
Posted by Deadput on July 30th, 2020 @ 11:37am CDT
He might of just meant the mention, Dreadwing is mentioned but never makes an appearance although they are mentioned to be a Seeker so for all we know they might of been one of the many background Seekers even if unlikely.
Re: Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron Chapter One: Siege (2074262)
Posted by o.supreme on July 30th, 2020 @ 3:42pm CDT
One thing I was impressed with was the diversity of the cast. More characters showed up than I expected. Of course no TF show to date has had every toy represented on screen (maybe BWII, Neo, & Go...but even then I'm not 100% positive), but it was surprising nonetheless. Just at a quick glance, here is who did not appear in the series:

No Battlemasters or Micromasters (some mini cassettes do appear briefly).

Sixgun
Brunt
Springer
Apeface
Galaxy Prime
Crosshairs
Bluestreak

do not appear.

Still, I believe nearly 30 characters did appear if I counted correctly (not counting generics, and multiple nameless seekers), that's about double what Beast Wars and Transformers Prime had in their first seasons sticking with smaller casts, and a much larger budget. Now I'm not saying in any way shape or form, WFC is anywhere close to as good as either of those. Basically I'm just saying I'm glad they were able to give us a couple nice surprises despite some flaws.
Re: Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron Chapter One: Siege (2074264)
Posted by AllNewSuperRobot on July 30th, 2020 @ 4:04pm CDT
I finished it all about 20 minutes ago. It was... ok.
I echo Burn that is it the exact same story again, which is disappointing. There was no real over attempt to even give the subtitle context. Aside from just branding for the toyline. I didn't like how toy-like the designs were. The big fat kibble backpacks on most people were ugly.

Deadput wrote:I think at this point in the franchise since it's been about 35 years the character dynamics and cast is what one should look for in these stories rather then what the whole overall plot is since a "war" franchise can only tell so many stories.


I'd dispute that. Given Transformers has about 8 different continuities, that have put their own spin on things. And there are a lot more war stories to be told than that. This is also simply repeating one of the previous ones, with caveats.

As far as voices go, Prime and Soundwave were not good. The modulation for SW made most of his dialogue inaudible and the Prime voice would have been better served with a Cheetor/Hot Shot/BB type character. Really didn't mesh with the visual. Most of the others were serviceable at best. Although too similar, as also noted above. That said, I actually think there is something off with the audio in general in this. As pointed out in the review of the first episode and it does not improve throughout.


Personally, I haven't watched a single Transformers show since the first few episodes of Prime. So the only "recent" comparisons I have are Beast Era, Animated and Prime. I didn't even think it was as good as Prime. A show I didn't like, largely for the aesthetic and disproportionate human interaction. But I just didn't get any "vibe" from this at all. It was very by the numbers and in spite of the generics used to bulk up each side, I didn't really get a sense of agency to this conflict, not from the narrative nor character dialogue. Cybertron too, has never felt so empty. It gets a 5/10 from me.
Re: Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron Chapter One: Siege (2074266)
Posted by excalibur1814 on July 30th, 2020 @ 4:08pm CDT
I'm 7 minutes in and it's lacking any and all energy. It's dull, boring, but amazing to see the characters on screen again (close to their G1 versions).

-Starscream is spot on, at least.
-Just an avenue to sell toys. Usual.
-Do they just walk everywhere?
-Nice to see the Ark again.
-So many, many words. Blah, blah.

11 minutes in, terrible. I'll continue watching as it's all we have.


P.s. Optimus put up one heck of a fight. Not /s

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