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The Transformers Game Facebook page has added the character trailer for Sideswipe today, following from the posting of the bio sheet and concept art pieces earlier this week. The video follows the usual format we expect now, cycling through Sideswipe's moveset as a car and robot, as well as giving an extended look at the "elevator" stage, fighting a group of Insecticons. You always get to hear a bit of the voice performance ...for better or worse. We've got screencaps, plus the embedded video, so click through to check it all out.

The Transformers Game Facebook page has updated once again, offering up a couple pieces of concept art for Sideswipe. Though not as detailed in to a development process as some of the prior reveals, these are nice pieces of clean lineart that reflect Sideswipe's appearance in the game and are still fun little bits of background to see. Keep reading to see both pieces of art!

Take a closer look at each playable Autobot character's unique fighting style and specialized moves on the Sony PlayStation PS4 and PS3 edition. Get a look at the Autobot Leader Optimus Prime and his team as they callout and fight the evil Decepticons. Check out the special abilities each character possesses featuring Optimus Prime and Grimlock as well as the newest characters: Bumblebee, Wheeljack, and Sideswipe. Watch the clip below for the full look at the game that will be out October 6, 2015.

The Transformers Game Facebook page has a new character profile for us. Check out the bio sheet for Sideswipe that gives us a look his attacks and abilities in gameplay, as well as showing off the character that is looking nicely G1 with his shoulder missile and full on Red Countach alternate mode.. Read on to see the character image as well as the character's game bio for more details below.

A new posting on xboxachievements.com has revealed a full list of achievements to be earned on the XBOX versions of Transformers Devastation. With 30 in all, players will have plenty to go after in the course of playing the game - and from the look of some of the requirements, replaying a few times! It appears that there are spoilers here, at least as far as the images for some achievements featuring characters with game-style art that maybe haven't actually been announced yet, so take care if that's a concern to you. We've got the full list below, and copies of all the associated images, so keep reading and take a look!

Following the WheelJack post last week. The official Transformers Game page has been updated with Wheeljack new concept art images from Transformers: Devastation Game. Skilled scrapper, brilliant 'bot. Wheeljack’s engineering skills come in very handy in Transformers: Devastation. The line-drawings show the character figure in his robot and alternate Lancia Statros racer vehicle modes with different views on each. Read on to see the images now for the game that will be out October

As usual, following the character bio image we have a look at Wheeljack in action in a new video posted to the Transformers Game Facebook page. We're not sure at the moment who's voicing Wheeljack, but the performance manages a good similarity to the late Chris Latta's voice. We have the video embedded below, as well as a few screencaps, so click through and check it all out!

The Transformers Game Facebook page has a new character profule for us. Check out the bio sheet for Wheel Jack that gives us a look his attacks and abilities in gameplay, as well as showing off the character that is looking nicely G1, as he should. Read on to see the character image as well as the character's game bio for more details below.

The Transformers Game Facebook page has updated with a few pieces of art showing off Bumblebee, who was highlighted in a gameplay video last week. While not as comprehensive as the assortment of art shown for Optimus Prime, these pieces do give a good look at both modes, showing a design with a lot borrowed from the Classics toy in terms of visual details, even though the gameplay shots give off a bit more of a Masterpiece-inspired feel. Click through to check it out!

The Entertainment Software Rating Board has rated Transformers: Devastation for PC, Xbox One, and PS4! The rating is T For Teen, and their description of the game sheds a bit more light on the contents of the game, revealing a specific subsection of the game that was not previously mentioned to our knowledge. Keep reading for details!

As anticipated, the Transformers Game Facebook page has a quick video up showing Bumblebee in action in Transformers Devastation. Bumblebee is small, but no pushover in these clips, as he's even seen taking on the entirety of the Constructicons at once before going to the super move, which simply involves throwing bombs at the enemies. That plus some extra speed makes Bumblebee look surprisingly effective! Click through to check out the video, embedded below.

On the Transformers Game Facebook page, they've posted a series of images showing design art used in creating the in-game model for Optimus Prime, from basic character outlines, to detailed looks at the robot and vehicle modes.They're also promising additional concept art reveals in the future, so we should get similar looks at the work done for other models in the game. Hopefully that will include the Decepticon troopers and not just stop at the big names! Meanwhile, keep reading to check out the art.

The Transformers Game Facebook page has some new goodies for us. First up we have a bio sheet for Bumblebee much like the one released for Optimus Prime recently. This reveals Bumblebee's attacks and abilities in gameplay, as well as showing off the character model which shows more than a little influence from the Masterpiece figure. In Prime's case, this was followed pretty quickly by a character demo video, so it's a good chance we'll see a Bumblebee video soon. Meanwhile, click through to see the teaser image!

A new video released via the Transformers Game Facebook page features gameplay clips that give a quick run through of all the different ways Optimus Prime can break things, just as had been indicated on the text of the teaser image previously released, including vehicle combat movies and an extremely super robot-style power punch move to clear the field quickly. We've got the video embedded below for easy viewing, so click through and check it out.

The Transformers Game Facebook page has uploaded an image featuring a short bio for Optimus prime. Along with the usual personality traits, the paragraph includes information on Prime's attacks that are available in the course of gameplay, as well as making sure to reference how much comparative health he has to withstand attacks. Plus it gives a nice, clear look at the character model. Keep reading to check out the image!

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