Tag Archives: Transformers: Fall of Cybertron

12 days of Wii U: Transformers Prime review

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Transformers_prime_optimusAfter the surprisingly fun Transformers: War for Cybertron and the equally as enjoyable sequel Transformers: Fall of Cybertron I hoped against hope that Transformers Prime – The Game would follow suit. Unfortunately it looks like lightning will not strike thrice.

Podcast: Episode 96 – Fall of the Cybertroll

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This week on rawDLC Josh and Dave vehemently disagree on the recently announced Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeros. The guys get excited about PAX Australia, discuss stolen copies of Resident Evil 6 kerfuffle and finish up reviewing Transformers: Fall of Cybertron.

Review: Transformers – Fall of Cybertron

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In words I never thought I’d be typing… what a surprisingly fun game. As a fan of the original cartoon series from the 1980s I’ve watched the bastardisation of the license time and time again. There was “more than meets the eye” to High Moon Studios’ latest offering.

Podcast: Get ready for a Dino-mite transformation

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This week the lads roll out, electric boogaloo and scrap metal as they take on sleeper hit Transformers: Fall of Cybertron. Click here for some real views on the state of play in the gaming world. The live video feed kicks off at 8pm Tuesday AEST on the live page.

Screens: Transformers: Fall of Cybertron is dino-mite!

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The Transformers titles have always been a little hit and miss. After a mediocre start by High Moon Studios the developer is going back to the drawing board with a significantly darker tone in Transformers: Fall of Cybertron, taking place near the end of the Cybertronian Civil War. Here’s a few tasty new screens featuring a host of characters as well as ornery “Don’t call me fossil fuel” Grimlock.

Video: Spike 2011 VGA – The middle of the bunch

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You may not be aware, but over the weekend we gamers had our equivalent of the Oscars. The Spike 2011 Video Game Awards (or Spike 2011 VGA for… short?) came and went, and while there were some interesting decisions made for the winners of certain categories, the main reason to get excited for the VGA every year is the trailers. I thought it’d be fun to rank the 14 trailers in terms of wow.