Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

XB360, PS3, PSP, PC, PS2, WII / Action / Release: Jun 23, 2009 / ESRB: T

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Transformers DLC Priced, Dated and Detailed

Having already teased some of the new playable characters coming to the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 editions of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen via downloadable content, publisher Activision blew the lid off the whole shebang today with a wealth of details.

Coming August 27 and priced at 800 MS Points ($10) the download packs eight new characters with tweaked weapons, new looks for existing characters, three more multiplayer maps, a harder difficulty mode, and the option to use Aerialbot in the single-player campaign. A breakdown of the new characters and maps follows: Read more »

"How about getting us a better game with G1 instead of a DLC. It's a waste of time to put ..."
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Transformers DLC Adds Soundwave, G1 Optimus

Continuing the slow "roll out" of details regarding the first bit of downloadable content for Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, publisher Activision has provided more information and images.

G1 Optimus Prime (pictured left) and Soundwave will be among the ten-plus new playable characters included in the pack, joining the previously pictured Sideswipe and G1 Starscream. Read more »

"Too bad the game sucks ass, I'd love to play as G1 characters in a good Transformers game."
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Transformers DLC Adding More Robots, MP Maps

Publisher Activision today revealed a summer-due downloadable content pack for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 editions of Luxoflux's Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.

Said to appeal to both fans of the original animated series and the more recent films, the as-yet-unpriced download will deliver over ten new characters, three new multiplayer maps, and an "expert" difficulty level alongside more achivements and trophies. Read more »

"Any of you guys like the PS2 Transformers game? I remember it being pretty good but it has been ..."
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Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Launch Trailer

With Michael Bay's undoubtedly explosion-filled Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen debuting in North American theaters this week, publisher Activision has released a launch trailer for the accompanying game, also expected to pack many explosions.

Developed by a handful of studios, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen hits North American retailers in PC, PS2, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, Nintendo DS and PSP tomorrow. Read more »

"Hopefully this is the first Transformer game that does not suck Gary Buseys' salty balls."
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Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Trailer Cautions That 'People Are Gonna Freak Out'

"I think the idea of games coming out of movies is a great addition to the movies themselves," says Robert Foxworth, the in-game and movie voice of Autobot Ratchet.

"It's gonna be amazing when this game comes out, like, people are gonna freak out,"

added John Di Maggio, who voiced Sideways for the game. "Wah-ra-rah," he noted. Read more »

"people are gonna freak out alright. they're gonna freak out because its going to much worse than ..."
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Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Trailer in Disguise

When is a trailer not a trailer? When it sneakily transforms into a second trailer mid-way through, giving you a look at the movie tie-in's robot-punching action from both sides.

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"The special effects in the Transformer movies are extremely well done. Very high quality. I feel ..."
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Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Announced, First Trailer Released

Activision today announced the game adaptation of the upcoming film sequel Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, with multiple versions of the title slated to be released alongside the movie's June premiere.

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"Hopefully this sequel will be a little darker and a lot less glib than the first iteration. I ..."
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Action RPG Monster Lab Re-announced for Wii, DS

First revealed by the French gaming press with little fanfare and equally little official comment, Backbone Entertainment's Wii and DS action RPG Monster Lab was today formally announced by publisher Eidos alongside Wii and Nintendo DS screenshots.

Monster Lab sees the player take control of a scientist's apprentice, tasked with creating Frankenstein's monster-like creatures from individual body parts; according to Eidos, some 100 million body part combinations are possible. Online play, a relative rarity among third party Wii games, is supported, allowing players to battle and trade parts. Read more »

"Where this is coming out on both Wii and DS the developer has an opportunity to finally use ..."
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