Sega Japan Roll Out Transformers Game Cards Ver. 3.0

While we watch Prime, Transformers Animated is going strong in Japan with the full animated series, updated toy line, and something we didn't see here in the states. Animated arcade games. Leading game company from Japan have developed a game for the coin-op style kiosks that fans can swipe cards that come with the toys. Sega have just revealed their Ver. 3.0 cards that feature the latest characters in the series as well has special cards from the G1 Japan, Transformers 2010, and Beast Wars.

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sbrfrst - 2010-12-04 @ 3:43 am

that's totaly unfair, hasbro should have colaborated transformers animated with the US, then that way, we could have had our own awesome arcade game that worked with the toys.

Cybcouncil - 2010-12-03 @ 7:01 pm

I wish they would offer these cards in the US

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