I don't need to see Optimus Prime or Megatron. They can save the large scale battles for future trailers. Hell, I don't even need color. Just give me Grimlock and I'm good.
It's a good thing the Autobots, Decepticons, and the rest of their ilk are sentient robots. It would be an absolute nightmare to pilot them if they weren't.
The second pack of downloadable content for Transformers: War for Cybertron drops today, with five new multiplayer maps and the addition of two new playable Cybertronian warriors: Zeta Prime and Dead End.
For one of the most useless and short-lived Autobot leaders of all time, Ultra Magnus sure has a following, as evidenced by this custom toy showing what he'd have looked like had he turned up in War For Cybertron.
Activision confirms the downloadable content details leaked earlier this month for Transformers: War for Cybertron, with five "new" characters and four new multiplayer maps coming in the first character and map pack, due out next week.
Optimus Prime leads the charge as Amazon.com charges the day with deals on Singularity, Metro 2033, Red Dead Redemption, Assassin's Creed II, and more.
Folks who spent up to $100 for War for Cybertron preorder codes on eBay are going to kick themselves, as a listing on the Xbox website for the game's first map pack indicates that all three preorder characters are included.
Transformers: War for Cybertron doled out three exclusive codes with preorders through three different retailers - unlocking Jazz, Shockwave or Demolisher for play. Some people must have confused "exclusive" with "rare," as eBay bids on these codes have touched $100.
Hours after running this morning's review of Transformers: War for Cybertron, a package showed up on my doorstep featuring the toy versions of two of the game's Autobot stars.
After suffering through two sub-par games based on the live-action films, do Transformers fans finally have the video game worthy of the franchise in War for Cybertron?
The latest episode of Kotaku Talk Radio is ready for you to download. Matt Tieger, a producer on the forthcoming Transformers: War for Cybertron, talked about that game with Stephen Totilo.
Revealed exclusively during our Kotaku Talk Radio podcast, Xbox 360 owners can slip into the boots of the big bots tomorrow in the online multiplayer demo for Transformers: War for Cybertron. According to our podcast guest, developer Matt Tieger, the 360 will be the only platform scoring a demo for the game.
Now is your chance to ask Transformers: War for Cybertron developer Matt Tieger questions about the game, or just test his knowledge of the robots in disguise live on Kotaku Talk Radio!
Kotaku Talk Radio will be recording live on Wednesday. 11am Kotaku Time. 1pm ET. 10am PT. Host: Me. Guests: Matt Tieger talking about his new game, Transformers: War For Cybertron. Call-in and live-streaming details will be on Kotaku at showtime.
Man, have I lost touch with the Transformers. I never knew they had an evil dinosaur that could transform into a city. When the hell did they start doing that?
The upcoming Transformers: War for Cybertron isn't just a promising-looking action game. It's also a love letter of sorts to old-school Transformers fans, let down by Michael Bay's recent "interpretation" of the franchise.
With the addition of Autobots Sideswipe and Jetfire and Decepticon Thundercracker, the armies participating in the War for Cybertron are now complete. Now all we need is a little energon, and a lot of luck.
High Moon Studios breaks down multiplayer characters in Transformers: War for Cybertron into four distinct classes represented by four different vehicle types. Are you a car, truck, tank, or plane?