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Transformers: War for Cybertron (2010)

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The heroic Autobots and tyrannical Decepticons wage war for control of the planet Cybertron.

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Optimus Prime (voice)
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Bumblebee (voice)
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Starscream (voice)
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Soundwave / Cybertron (voice)
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Sideswipe / Hot Shot (voice)
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Jetfire / Zeta Prime / Additional Voices (voice) (as Troy E. Baker)
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Narrator / Barricade / Shockwave / Ramjet (voice)
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Breakdown / Grimlock (voice)
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Brawl / Additional Voices (voice)
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Ironhide (voice)
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Skywarp (voice)
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Thundercracker (voice)
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Warpath / Ultra Magnus / Additional Voices (voice)
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Air Raid / Cyclonus (voice)
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Storyline

Transformers: War for Cybertron features two distinct storylines: the AUTOBOT campaign tells a story of heroism to save their home planet against overwhelming odds, and the DECEPTICON campaign tells a story of an unquenchable thirst for power to control the universe. Written by Step 3

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22 June 2010 (USA)  »

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Трансформеры: Битва за Кибертрон  »

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Trivia

Megatron's original voice actor, Frank Welker was auditioned for the role, but his voice didn't fit this interpretation of the character. See more »

Quotes

Ironhide: Only good Decepticon is a broken one.
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Connections

Followed by Transformers: Robots in Disguise (2014) See more »

Soundtracks

Till All Are One (Transformers Theme)
Performed by Stan Bush
Written by Stan Bush & Lenny Macaluso
Nightstreet Music BMI/ Macaluso Music BMI
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Excels on all fronts
16 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

"War for Cybertron", ideal for getting your Autobot and action game fix in the same place. This was a happy surprise for me, to say the least. For one thing, it's a lot of fun, and a great excuse to run around the machine world blasting stuff. Two, and here's the nice thing, it harks back to the '80s.

It makes me wish Michael Bay had gone for something like this for the live-action movies. It's got screaming guitar rock that seems appropriate for his stuff, but it's also got characters with personalities, bot designs that aren't eyesores, and the general feel that Transformers is supposed to have.

And I'm thankful for all of it.

8/10


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