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Post by Dan @ 11:39am 24/08/12 | 7 Comments
Publisher Activision has revealed "Falcatron", a transformers character constructed from the input of the Facebook braintrust to celebrate the launch of High Moon Studios' Transformers: Fall of Cybertron video game.

A press release explains that the creation takes the form of a Ford Falcon XR6 Turbo sedan, but oddly, despite the game's heavily promoted build-your-own-transformer multiplayer character customisation features, it doesn't mention that we can expect Falcatron to make an appearance in-game.

High Moon Studios' art department however, has created this here concept art render:

The announcement wasn't accompanied by any kind of bio, so we're going to assume that Falcatron prefers VB to Engergon, and his weaknesses include 18 months interest-free homewares and boat people (particularly Deceptacons that transform into boats).

Transformers: Fall of Cybertron is now available in Australia on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3

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Latest Comments
Posted 12:34pm 24/8/12
So wilk they be using Cold Chisel to market this instead of Dubstep?
Posted 06:39pm 24/8/12
Now there are two reasons why I won't play Fall of Cybertron;

1. Ford

2. Console game.
Posted 09:17pm 24/8/12
It is actually also on PC Jim. Just unusually Activision have decided not to distribute the boxed retail version in Australian stores.

Absurdly, this actually works out better for Australian PC gamers in this instance, as it means the version that you can buy on Steam in US dollars isn't marked up for Australian Steam users like most Activision products are priced on there (presumably so they don't upset/disrupt their local retail channels).

Do any PC gamers still buy boxed copies from brick and mortar stores? Strange to benefit from what seems like neglect eh?
Posted 09:28pm 24/8/12
I only buy games that are released on PC only, strangely enough they involve a MMO environment.
Posted 09:35pm 24/8/12
Can't remember the last time I got a PC game in store. Guess besides Starcraft2.
Posted 07:27am 25/8/12
I bought the diablo battle chest a few years ago...

I don't mind walking into games stores if I am going past them but it seems there is just not that feeling to hold a physical box for games like their used to be
Posted 11:11am 25/8/12
^ so you're the one then!
I keep wondering why they have those starcraft and diablo battlechests on the shelves at places like EB.
Somebody must still be buying them... I guess I'm just surprised that anyone would likely buy those would have already done it a long time ago.
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