There's just something about a summer blockbuster the gets the blood pumping and the brain craving more, even if it's just more crap. Well, if it's more Transformers: Age of Extinction crap you're looking for, Activision and Mobage have you covered.
When is a movie tie-in not a movie tie-in? When Activision and developer Edge of Reality mix movie machines with Cybertronian ones. Let's see how that worked out for them.
I don't care which universe he's in, plucky yellow Autobot Bumblebee always rocks. And hey, that's two voice actors Activision doesn't have to hire!
We knew Activision's upcoming Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark combined two Transformers continuities. Now it's three, as the original Optimus Prime arrives to show the other two how it's done.
Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark is not just a sequel to Activision's lovely War for/Fall of Cybertron games or a Michael Bay-flavored movie tie-in. It's both, and that scares the spark out of me.
The dulcet, Brokaw-esque baritone of Peter Cullen (Optimus Prime) introduces you to Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark, due to arrive sometime this year. In science fiction—whether video game or film—nothing says "mailed-in sequel" like a title with a colon followed by "Rise of the Something-Something." [IGN]