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The plural Bumblebees in the headline isn't a typo. The latest trailer for Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark shows the game's multiple Bumblebees in action.
In Rise of the Dark Spark, Transformer universes collide as the robots of the film series clash with the robots of High Moon's Cybertron series. The game is being developed by Edge of Reality, and will let players choose whether it wants to play from the perspective of the Autobots or the Decepticons.
You can check out the video below, which shows Bumblebee's film universe and Cybertron universe forms. Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark is coming to PlayStation 3 and 4, Xbox 360 and One, PC, and Wii U on June 24. A 3DS version of the game is also being developed by WayForward, and will offer tactical RPG gameplay, as opposed to the action/shooter gameplay seen here in the trailer.
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I guess it was pretty cool. The trailer barely shows anything though about BumbleBee. It's sort of the same thing other than the design.
Scratching head. This is probably the worst game trailer ever! It tells you absolutely nothing about the game.
.....I honestly don't know what to say. I would really like to see more.
booo i want more High Moon Studios action! Their cybertron games are fantastic.
a 2... out of 5.
I get the feeling that High Moon is definitely working on the next-gen Transformers game that is the true sequel to Fall of Cybertron and this whole "Rise of the Dark Spark" title is just Activision rushing out something until then. Honestly this doesn't even look like a new game, it looks like a straight up dlc pack for Fall of Cybertron.
So you combine Micheal Bay's Transformers with High Moon Studios Transformers and you get...........idk.
I just want a sequel to Fall of Cybertron.
The environments in that trailer look incredibly bland. 8(
While I am a bit worried about how the console versions of this will turn out, I am looking forward to Wayforward's 3DS version, since I like that company and love Strategy RPGs.
......Yep.... They're screwing up Transformers even more. I have a feeling this will be a Arkahm Origins/ Arkham Knight all over again. This game comes out, and it's criticized because of the Lack of High Moon. A year after that's finished, High Moon announces their game, and people are happy, and they're saying, "OMG HIGH MOONS BACK! YAY!!".
I think it might become a pattern, or this could be a new trend in this industry.
This series really didn't need Michael Bay's taint all over it.