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While visiting High Moon Studios' offices in San Diego, we were introduced to cinematics director Dave Cravens. Even if we hadn't been introduced, we definitely would have noticed one particular office that was covered wall-to-wall with Transformers toys and memorabilia. Since he was a kid, Cravens has soaked up all the Transformers trivia and merchandise that he possibly can, and has an extensive knowledge base of the fiction to go along with it. Considering that we work in an office full of gaming nerds here at Game Informer, it should come as no surprise that a couple of our editors know a thing or two about the robots in disguise. We found it only appropriate to have ourselves a friendly face-off with the master of Transformers trivia.
You can check out the video below. Who do you think came out on top?
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Haha, that is hilarious! It's fun being a nerd.
if they take more time to develop these games it would be good batman AA
I am interested to see no one (including the GI staff or Dave) answer the trick(embarrassing question) by Reiner about the comic character that was mentioned but never fully fleshed out. The answer to this question is the Liege Maximo. This character also has had his story played out in an online comic later created. I haven't read the story(shame on me) but what little I know is that this character is rumored to be one of the Original 13 Transformers created by Primus, joining the Fallen, Alpha Trion, and Vector Prime as the named(and more commonly known)of 13. Nice work on some of the questions and the Nightbird reference. It slightly threw me off since she technically wasn't a transformer, but was a human made robot built to attempt to help combat the Decepticon threat on earth.
I dont get why you guys are fighting over this any way???