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War For Cybertron - Nintendo DS Game Details

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Transformers War for Cybertron for the Nintendo DS (NDS) is two version game. They have the Decepticon version and the Autobot version that are two complete separate stories. There is the Decepticons story that takes place before the Autobot. They can be played independently as Megatron's rise to power. Then there's the Autobot version which is basically Optimus Prime becoming a Prime and determining the fate of Cybertron. Read the Full News Story Here

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Awesome. This was what I was waititng to hear about. I definatley plan on picking up the DS game before any of the console versions and it looks sweet. Hopefully I can snag a copy before heading to BotCon.

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Finaly! A DS game that is just as good as the X-Box or PS3. ROTF on DS sucked compared to the X-box and PS3 version.

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There's a heck of a lot more to this game than I figured there'd be. I'll at least be picking up the Autobot version. Grimlock rules!!!

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@Ultrazilla: Revised Transformers history has had the dinobots coming from Cybertron for a long time, think G1 my have retconned it to... I know both the UK & US Marvel comics did. More interestingly is the amount of characters they're fitting into the game, wow! How'd they find this much space on one NDS cart?!

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Dinobots?!? On Cybertron!?! I thought people said these guys knew their Transformers history?

 

What you think Wheeljack just made them? As I remember they had to give sentience thru Vector Sigma (Aerialbots, Stunticons). I dont mind that they were retconned by the comics.

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Technically the Dinobots being from Cybertron isn't a Retcon. The Dinobots appeared in the Marvel comics MONTHS before the TV series (comic released in May '84, TV show aired in October!), and they were from Cybertron. It's the TV show that changed the Dinobot origin.

 

I find it funny how so many people complain about the Dinobots appearing in this game, but ignore Jetfire, the Aerialbots and the Stunticons... none of which should be on Cybertron 9 million years afo in the TV series OR Marvel comics. The only major continuity this video game doesn't seem to contradict so far seems to be the Devil's Due comics!

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You won't catch me complaining about anything (unless this game somehow sucks) to do with what characters they include. I'm a stickler for continuity but I'm planning just kicking back and enjoying the game I've been waiting for since those Godawful PS1 Beast Wars games.

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You won't catch me complaining about anything (unless this game somehow sucks) to do with what characters they include. I'm a stickler for continuity but I'm planning just kicking back and enjoying the game I've been waiting for since those Godawful PS1 Beast Wars games.

 

Cyclonus eh? The question is /which/ Cyclonus? The crappy Armada version, or G1 Cyclonus? We've already seen one Armada character in Demolishor, I'd /hope/ they didn't put that version of Cyclonus in the game. Doesn't seem likely given the alt-form restrictions but I'm still curious. Here's hoping it's G1, and here's hoping the 360/PS3 versions get him as future DLC.

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