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Submitted by kube00 1100d ago | article

Transformers: Fall of Cybertron pays homage to a great series

The success of War for Cybertron enabled Activision and Hasbro to greenlight a sequel, called Fall of Cybertron. Fall of Cybertron takes place after War for Cybertron and focuses on the destruction of the Autobots homeworld, which eventually ties the series into the animated series. How does the game stack up to the rest of the games in the series and the 1980s cartoons? Will die hard Transformers fans feel like a game finally has embodied all that is Transformers? (High Moon Studios, PS3, Transfomers: War for Cybertron, Transformers: Fall of Cybertron, Xbox 360)

mafiahajeri  +   1100d ago
Totally agree
JimmyJames70  +   1100d ago
Great game.
OneAboveAll  +   1100d ago
Not shocked that this game's story is better than anything Explosion Bay created on the big screen.

These games would have made great movie adaptations.

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