Transformers: War for Cybertron News (PS3)

Activision date Transformers: Fall of Cybertron demo July 31st

Posted: 27.07.2012 by Technet2k

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A demo of High Moon's Transformers: Fall of Cybertron will be available to download and play via Xbox Live and PlayStation Network next week, on July 31st. Pre-orders get it today.

Well, today if you're a US pre-order customer of Gamestop that is. Two single player missions, multiplayer and a quick sample of creating your own Transformer awaits in the demo.

Activision-owned studios defend publisher, "not heavy-handed"

Posted: 15.03.2011 by Technet2k

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During the PAX East event in Boston over the weekend a number of internal Activision studio heads defended the giant publishing 'ogre'.

Vicarious Visions, High Moon and Raven all stood waving the Acti banner. They talk about less pressure, and support of the "independent studio model".

Transformers: Dark of the Moon from High Moon, prologue story

Posted: 14.02.2011 by Technet2k

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High Moon Studios is developing Activision's Transformers: Dark of the Moon tie-in to the upcoming third Transformers film from director Michael Bay.

It intorduces "Stealth Force gameplay" which gives us a "third form beyond robot and vehicle" modes. We fight "epic battles on Earth" that lead to the film.

Activision reveal licensed titles

Posted: 10.02.2011 by Technet2k

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During their latest fiscal call Activision has announced two "movie-based titles" are due for this year. They are based on X-Men and Transformers 3.

Another Spider-Man is expected to websling in 2011 too, plus they'll be tapping into TV shows Wipeout and Family Guy. There's free-to-play Call of Duty.

Acti: Hero franchise 'back in 2011'

Posted: 05.11.2010 by Technet2k

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Even low sales of Guitar Hero and DJ Hero can't keep the Activision franchise down as the publisher promises more music games will hit next year.

We'll also be seeing more "Spider-Man, X-Men and Transformers" in 2011 as well. The new Guitar Hero managed only 86k in the US opening weeks.