Arguably, one the best Transformers game made was Activision's 2012 release of Transformers: Fall of Cybertron. With its massive scale, and vast quantities of Transformers best Heroes to battle. The characters were so popular, many of them have been realized as Transformers action figures.
What's not surprising, is the follow up to "War For Cybertron" game is not done yet with new ports to the Xbox One and PS4 platforming being released by Microsoft and Sony on the same day, August 9, 2016.
This exciting news as fans can revisit these games on modern consoles for the full HD experience. Read on for the full details and links below.
Videogamer.com reports that the Taiwanese rating body for video games has recently assigned ratings to a number of Activision games from the previous console generation for release on PS4 and Xbox One. Among them is High Moon Studios' excellent Transformers: Fall of Cybertron
! It's unknown exactly when the games will see current-gen release, but it's not the first time Taiwan has inadvertently broken news about upcoming titles. Keep reading for more details!
Following on all the support for the Mega Action Series MAS-01 Optimus Prime. Toys Aliance are showing their our appreciation with a sneak peek at their other in development project, Teppeki Gokin! Fans with a sharp eye may see the Fall of Cybertron Optimus Prime character in there that will be leading the series. Read on to see the teaser image and more details now.
The first reimagining of Bruticus didn't exactly mean the return of the Combaticons, since the characters' names and personalities were nothing like the G1 versions - but for the second instance of the Combaticons Reimagined, that changed. Today, we're looking at the game and toys that reintroduced the classic Combaticons (or at least their very similar counterparts from an alternate universe), Fall of Cybertron! Read on to learn more.
AS promised, Stan Bush let us know he would have a new video ready for release on December 15th and here it is. Check out the new video for the single "The Touch (Power Mix)" from the Transformers: Fall of Cybertron game that is now available for download on iTunes
. You can watch the promo video below or a preview now.
Today, Activision announced twoToday, Activision announced two new Transformers bundle video games that will be hitting store shelves this holiday season – TRANSFORMERS: ULTIMATE BATTLE EDITION (Wii) and TRANSFORMERS: ULTIMATE: AUTOBOTS EDITION (NDS)! Both packs include two fan-favorite Transformers video games on Wii and NDS. Watch your local video game retailer for these awesome bundles!
Just in from Amazon is a new product listing for Hasbro's 2014 Transformers Fall of Cybertron Wall Calendar. Get a look at the images for the 16 month wall calendar from publisher Day Dream that will feature exciting graphics from the award winning game. The calendar ti be released on August 1, 2013 is listed for order now at $10.19 USD with free shipping.
At Botcon 2012, Hasbro surprised everyone at their brand panel by announcing a Voyager Grimlock based on the game design to come as part of the Generations relaunch. And so, months of anticipation began. But at the same time, the Prime Robots in Disguise Voyagers stirred concerns about how Grimlock might fare. Read the full review
IDW Limited announced its plan today to offer a deluxe limited edition of TRANSFORMERS: Art of the Fall of Cybertron. Based on the TRANSFORMERS brand from Hasbro, the book is a collection of the art and set descriptions for the smash-hit videogame of the same name, produced by High Moon Studios and published by Activision. The limited-edition book will be offered in a special IDW Red Label edition complete with slipcase, new cover and a portfolio of 10 limited-edition lithographs. Read more below.
If you are still playing Transformers Generation Fall of Cybertron XP or just about to. You will be glad to know that High Moon Studios have just announced on their official Facebook page that the Transformers Fall of Cybertron XP has now been set to DOUBLE bonus, FOREVER. This is a fantastic opportunity for new players to level up.
Even before the addition of the Disc Minion gimmick, Soundblaster is my favorite figure in a very long time. He's huge, satisfyingly bulky, and fun, and feels completely out of place in the 2012 toyline- in an entirely good way. Continue to full review
Every once in a while, you get a toy with ideas or executions that just come out really well. The unfortunate part is when those good aspects are buried with things that work so much more poorly that they act disproportionately to sour the overall impression of the toy. That's kind of what happens with Kickback. Read the full review.
I'm sure it was a bit of a challenge to decide on how to redeco the Shockwave mold. There's very few clear historic choices. However it came to be that they applied an Aerialbot identity to the mold, it's probably not what I would have thought of. So, who's better to buy between this and Shockwave? Read the full review.
A new Classics-friendly Starscream has been on my wishlist for a long time. What's more, I really wanted something based on the Cybertron toy's design, but with better poseability. It took a few years, but it seems like thanks to Fall of Cybertron, I may have gotten exactly what I wished for. ...and in doing probably consigned myself to gradually amassing a whole new seeker collection. Aw, cripes, this really was a monkey's paw... Read the full review
"Pre-mold" replacement parts as part of a figure's initial tooling has been a thing since 2008 when it was developed to make Universe Sunstreaker and Sideswipe possible. Though since then its use has seen expansion beyond simply getting more heads to use, FOC Sideswipe may be the craziest example of the practice yet. Read the full review.
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