Although Deadpool has now forced his way into being acting president of High Moon Studios, the North County Times was able to get great interview with High Moon Studios’ president Peter Della Penna. Not only do they talk about Transformers: Fall of Cybertron in this article but also touches base on the game industry as a whole and take a small look back on what has happened in the past to get a good glimpse of what is to come for High Moon Studios.
With the Dinobots DLC about to drop in just hours. IDW's John Barber, the editor and writer behind the Rage of The Dinobots Mini-series, sits down with Aint It Cool News
. They talk about the series due in November, and how he's working the leveer behind the Transformers Prime levers comic series folding in prehistoric history to make the Dinobots rage in the latest Transformers continuity, the new Prime cartoon series on The Hub. Read the full interview for all the details.
Matt Tieger, game director on Transformers Fall of Cybertron game is here to answer your best questions, starting at 1pm ET. Submit your questions in form over at Kotaku - Bonus points if you can convince him that the Constructicons were cooler than the Dinobot. Post you questions now at kotaku.com
Following on thier Timelime post, Gameinformer continue the focus on the history and mystery behind the Transformers. Comparing the property to some other well know toys, the argument is posed that Transformers goes wider and deeper than other toys with its very own encyclopedia of chronicled narrative. Beginning in 1984, the Transformers has continued to evolve over nearly three decades as story and an entertainment medium. The most recent post sits down with game director Matt Tieger and Hasbro's Aaron Archer to talk about Transformers as a property applied to games as story telling medium..