Transformers Prime Video Game Announced

Hasbro announced today that a game based on the HUB television show Transformers Prime is in development.

Hasbro announced today that a game based on the HUB television show Transformers Prime is in development. The game is exclusive to Nintendo and will be featured on the Nintendo Wii, 3DS, and DS. The Transformer Prime game is being worked on by developer Nowpro, while the other Transformer game Fall of Cybertron is being developed by High Moon Studios. The game is being published by everyone's favorite company Activision. As of right now there is no information on how the games will differ depending on which console you buy them for. Here is the official press release from Activision:

"Santa Monica, CA - March 15, 2012- Activision Publishing, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Activision Blizzard, Inc. (Nasdaq:ATVI), is bringing the ultimate TRANSFORMERS video game experience to kids of all ages with the TRANSFORMERS PRIME video game. Based on the hit animated television show produced by Hasbro Studios and currently airing on The Hub television network in the U.S., the game lets fans play as their favorite AUTOBOT characters and embark on an action-packed adventure to save the earth from the evil MEGATRON and his new secret weapon. Players step into the roles of OPTIMUS PRIME, BUMBLEBEE, ARCEE, AUTOBOT RATCHET, BULKHEAD and more as they explore unique vistas all around the world with brawler-style combat and diverse driving sequences. Along the way, gamers cultivate friendships with Jack, Miko and Raf - the human characters from the show - as Team Prime sets out to protect mankind and eliminate the DECEPTICONS once and for all."
Here is the debut trailer for the game: There is no current release date at this time for Transformers Prime.

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