Posted on Friday, July 6th, 2012 at 12:47 AM by Guest
Following the success of Transformers: War for Cybertron and directly following on from the narrative, Transformers: Fall of Cybertron looks to be one of the best Transformers games to date. True, there isn’t a huge amount of competition for that title, but then none of the previous games featured everyone’s favourite dinobot: Grimlock.
The new trailer that High Moon Studios released earlier today, shows the level of action we can expect from the game, and the screen is bursting with explosions as you play through the final days of the planet Cybertron. Bumblebee and Optimus prime are also present, and many of your favourite Autobots, and your most despised (or admired, depending on your outlook) Decepticons will feature in the game, as Optimus Prime looks set to control the largest Autobot of all, Metroplex (a giant city that transforms into a robot), in a last ditch attempt to save the race of Transformer from the civil war threatening to tear their world apart.
The game will be hitting our shelves in August, and should hopefully eradicate the negative impact created by the abysmal movie tie-in games.
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