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Release Date:
19 June 2007 (USA) See more »
This game consists of decepticons flying and autobots rolling out. | Full synopsis »
2 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Better than the film. See more (4 total) »


  (in credits order)

Peter Cullen ... Optimus Prime (voice)

Mark Ryan ... Ironhide / Hoist (voice)
Andrew Kishino ... Jazz / Additional Voices (voice)

Daniel Ross ... Starscream / Hound / Mixmaster (voice)

Fred Tatasciore ... Ratchet / Sideswipe (voice)
Seth Bleiler ... Thundercracker / Additional Voices (voice)
Erik Passoja ... Wheeljack / Additional Voices (voice) (as Eric Passoja)

Frank Welker ... Megatron (voice)

Keith David ... Barricade (voice)
Noah Nelson ... Blackout / Drones / Additional Voices (voice)

David Sobolov ... Brawl / Additional Voices (voice)

Daniel Riordan ... Bonecrusher / Shockwave (voice)

Keith Szarabajka ... Decepticons / Additional Voices (voice)

Shia LaBeouf ... Sam Witwicky (voice)

Megan Fox ... Mikaela Banes (voice)
Thom Kikot ... Additional Voices (voice)

Yuri Lowenthal ... Additional Voices (voice)

Kari Wahlgren ... Additional Voices (voice)

Stephen Apostolina ... Walla (voice) (as Steve Apostolina)

Ranjani Brow ... Walla (voice) (as Ranjano Brow)

David Cowgill ... Walla (voice)
Jackie Gonneau ... Walla (voice)
Donald Fullilove ... Walla (voice) (as Don Fullilove)
Jessica Pennington ... Walla (voice)

Pepper Sweeney ... Walla (voice)

Claudette Wells ... Additional Voices (voice)
W.K. Stratton ... Walla (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Steve Blum ... Create-A-Bot / Trailbreaker (voice) (as Steven Blum)

Jacqueline Pinol ... Walla (voice)

Directed by
Jon Burton 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Flint Dille 
John Zuur Platten 

Produced by
Robb Alvey .... producer
Callum .... producer
Tim Morten .... producer
Daniel Suarez .... executive producer
Original Music by
Jay Flood 
Steve Jablonsky 
Film Editing by
Tim Archer 
Production Management
Shanna Bassinger .... production manager
Art Department
Rod Douglas .... storyboard artist
Brandon Jeffords .... storyboard artist
Sound Department
Candice Baldwin .... voiceover editor: Soundelux DMG
Brad Beaumont .... sound designer
Brad Beaumont .... voiceover editor: Soundelux DMG
Chad Bedell .... additional mixing and prep: Soundelux DMG, cinematic movie mixing
Chad Bedell .... sound designer
Chad Bedell .... voiceover editor: Soundelux DMG
Mark Camperell .... sound designer
Mark Camperell .... voiceover editor: Soundelux DMG
Bryan Celano .... voiceover editor: Soundelux DMG
Jonathan Coomes .... sound designer (PSP version)
Dante Fazio .... voiceover editor: Soundelux DMG
Scott Martin Gershin .... supervising sound designer: Soundelux DMG
Scott Martin Gershin .... supervising sound designer: cinematic movie mixing, Soundelux DMG
Patrick Ginn .... voiceover editor: Soundelux DMG
Charlie Gondak .... voiceover editor: Soundelux DMG
Glynna Grimala .... sound designer: Soundelux DMG
Dutch Hill .... voiceover editor: Soundelux DMG
Justin Langley .... voiceover editor: Soundelux DMG
Justin Langley .... voiceover recording engineer: Soundelux DMG
Adam Levenson .... sound director
Levon Louis .... voiceover editor: Soundelux DMG
John A. Pagano .... sound designer
Shannon Potter .... voiceover editor: Soundelux DMG
Jory K. Prum .... dialogue mastering (PSP version)
Eric Raber .... supervising sound designer (PSP Version)
Bob Rankin .... voiceover editor: Soundelux DMG
Clint Richardson .... sound designer
Clint Richardson .... voiceover editor: Soundelux DMG
Steve Robinson .... sound designer: Soundelux DMG
Brian Showalter .... voiceover recording engineer: Soundelux DMG
Andy Welker .... sound recordist
Peter Zinda .... sound designer
Peter Zinda .... voiceover editor: Soundelux DMG
Visual Effects by
Jeffrey Alcantara .... lighting and compositing artist
Heikki Anttila .... lighting and compositing: cinematics
Heikki Anttila .... modeler: cinematics
Joanna 'Joey' Cade .... previs producer: Reel FX
Wes Chilton .... visual effects
Michael Duffy .... technical director
Elizabeth Hauser Hemme .... lighting & compositing artist
Augusto Schillaci .... cinematic director: Reel FX
Mandy Sekelsky .... cinematic producer
Julie Terrell .... lighting assistant
Malcolm Thomas-Gustave .... character technical director: Cinematics
Michael A. Wallace .... layout artist
Animation Department
Tony Bonilla .... animator
Ray Chase .... animator
Bryan Engram .... animation supervisor
Shaun Freeman .... animator
Troy Griffin .... layout supervisor
Tim Hatcher .... animator
Joseph P. Johnston .... animator
Steve Kolbe .... layout artist
Peer Lemmers .... animator
Jason W. Owen .... lead animator
Raymond Ross .... cinematics animator
Music Department
Elik Alvarez .... composer: additional music
Jeffrey Biggers .... score music mixer
Danail Getz .... orchestrator
Benoit Grey .... additional orchestrator
Karen Guthery .... additional orchestrator
Todd Haberman .... composer: additional music
Penka Kouneva .... orchestrator
Fred Kron .... composer: additional music
T.J. Lindgren .... composer: additional music
Tim Riley .... music supervisor
Pieter Schlosser .... composer: additional music (as Pieter A. Schlosser)
Freddy Sheinfeld .... composer: additional music
Other crew
William 'Chip' Beaman .... voice-over business manager: Soundelux DMG
Eric Burson .... quality assurance tester
Keythe Farley .... voice-over director
Patrick Ginn .... asset coordinator: Soundelux DMG
Charlie Gondak .... production assistant: Soundelux DMG
Erica Mehallo .... voice-over coordinator: Soundelux DMG
Chuck Peil .... vice president of business development
Shannon Potter .... project manager: Soundelux DMG
Patrick Spain .... production assistant: Soundelux DMG
Carl Weathers .... voice-over director
G.Q. Sanchez .... fire safety officer (uncredited)
Mark Foster .... special thanks (as Mark Pitcher)

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Also Known As:
"Transformer: The Game" - Japan (English title)
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Australia:M | Australia:PG (Nintendo DS version) | USA:T (console versions) | USA:E10+ (handheld versions)

Did You Know?

Activison the game publisher decided to use the original voice Frank Welker for Megatron, instead of Hugo Weaving the voice of the film version of Megatron.See more »
Continuity: In the second Decepticon level's introduction, Starscream tells Barricade that "we must stay ahead of the Autobots and get those glasses first" despite that Starscream doesn't actually find out about the glasses until the second mission of that level.See more »
Optimus Prime:Can you rescue Jazz without another incident like Cyber-5?
Ironhide:Ohh... that bunch of rock was gonna blow up anyway!
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Better than the film., 29 July 2013
Author: swedzin from Deadwood

First of all, this game is based upon Michael Bay's film version of Transformers (2007), and I've got to be honest, Bay ruined the good old idea about giant alien robots… But, I am not going to rant here about it, if you want to read my ranting, go see my review about all three Bay's "Transformers" films. Now, I think this game depicted the idea of the film far more better. No, really, check it, I mean it's the same story, Allspark is on earth, autobots and decepticons are here to find it, they need Sam's help… but in this game, the plot revolves around the robots, not humans, and I think this is the best reason why this game is better than films. Well, that was pretty obvious, but still better idea. Now, you can choose to be autobot, or decepticon. The game play is pretty easy, I mean with every of them… Bumblebee, Optimus, Ironhide, Jazz, Megatron, Starscream, Barricade… really it's easy and pretty playful. Peter Cullen voiced Optimus and Frank Welker voiced Megatron… I can tell you right away, the game creator Jon Burton is definitely a G1 cartoon fan. Thank you, Jon, for bringing back that good old 80s element in the game. Shia LeBeouf and Megan Fox also voiced Sam and Mikaela and to mention Keith David voicing Barricade… he was awesome. The missions are pretty fun, but they can be tiresome sometimes, maybe because you can't save and you need to search for energon cubes all over the entire level, and sometimes you need to chase other robots around the area. Levels are big and pretty spacious and they are well designed. The sound effects are good, graphics are very beautiful, but I think that the music score is very, very awesome, pretty thrilling on some occasions, sometimes dark, or heroic, very good score.

So, overall, I recommend this game and enjoy yourself.

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