Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (video game)

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen is a third-person shooter video game based on the 2009 live action film Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, itself part of the Transformers franchise, and a sequel to 2007's Transformers: The Game. The PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions were developed by Luxoflux, and ported to Microsoft Windows by Beenox. The PlayStation 2 and Wii versions were developed by Krome Studios, and the PlayStation Portable version was developed by Savage Entertainment. All version of the game were published by Activision, and released on June 23, 2009 in the United States. Australia received the game one day later, and Europe on June 26. A sequel, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, was released in June 2011, based on the film on the same name.

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
A battle-damaged Optimus Prime faces the camera's view. The words "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" are embossed on the center of the cover. Sparks are seen in the lower background. An ESRB rating of "T" sits in the lower left corner, with the Hasbro and Activision logos in the lower right.
Developer(s)Luxoflux
Beenox (PC)
Vicarious Visions (NDS)
Krome Studios (PS2, Wii)
Savage Entertainment (PSP)
Publisher(s)Activision
Director(s)Christoper A. Tremmel
Writer(s)Adam Foshko
Paul Golding
Micah Wright
Composer(s)Steve Jablonsky
Platform(s)Microsoft Windows
Nintendo DS
PlayStation 2
PlayStation 3
PlayStation Portable
Wii
Xbox 360
Release
  • NA: June 23, 2009
  • AU: June 24, 2009
  • EU: June 26, 2009
Genre(s)Third-person shooter
Mode(s)Single-player, multiplayer

All versions of the game loosely follow the plot of their film they are based on, depicting the conflict between the Autobots and the Decepticons, both factions of the eponymous alien race, who can change their form into various vehicles; in the game, the Autobots attempt to hunt down the remaining Decepticons following the death of their leader, Megatron, while the Decepticons seek to revive Megatron and destroy their rivals once and for all, aided by a new adversary, The Fallen. The PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 versions feature a split-campaign format, with players choosing to join either the Autobots or the Decepticons, and completing various missions for whichever faction they chose. The PlayStation 2 and Wii versions combine the Autobot and Decepticon stories into one campaign that alternates between factions.

Transformers Revenge of the Fallen: Autobots and Transformers Revenge of the Fallen: Decepticons are the Nintendo DS versions of Revenge of the Fallen, developed by Vicarious Visions. Similar to Transformers Autobots and Transformers Decepticons, the DS version is split into two separate games. Autobots follows the heroes' perspective while Decepticons follows the perspective of the villains.

Revenge of the Fallen received mixed reviews on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 systems, holding scores of 63.55% and 63.46% at GameRankings and 63 and 61 out of 100 at Metacritic, with criticism directed towards its bland graphics and repetitive missions in story mode. Although the online mode was praised, it received criticism for its connection problems. The PlayStation 2 and Wii scored lower, with 46% and 53% at GameRankings, respectively. The DS iterations fared slightly better, with a critic average of 66.82% for Autobots and 69% for Decepticons at GameRankings.

GameplayEdit

PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360Edit

As with Transformers: The Game, Revenge of the Fallen features two separate campaigns; one depicting the actions of the Autobots, and the other the actions of the Decepticons. The game expands on the movie plot with additional missions and characters. Unlike its predecessor, Revenge of the Fallen features a hub-like, non-linear mission progression. This allows the player to choose what missions they would like to accomplish and where in order to further drive the story.[1]

Multiplayer features five different modes. "Deathmatch" allows players to choose any character in a free-for-all battle. "Team Deathmatch" features Autobots vs Decepticons. "Control Points" features gameplay with teams battling for control of specific areas to gain points. "One Shall Stand" is similar to Team Deathmatch; the difference is that the objective is for a player to take out the enemy leader (Optimus Prime or Megatron) while protecting their own. The final mode, "Battle for the Shards", features Capture the Flag-style gameplay; teams search for shards of the AllSpark and return them to their base to earn points.[1][2]

PlayStation 2 and WiiEdit

The PlayStation 2 and Wii versions of the game combine third person shooter elements with brawlers. In this version, there is only one linear campaign, with factions changing between some levels. Their ability to transform into vehicles is absent, and is instead used as a power-up that instantly defeats all enemies around the player, and costs Energon, which is displayed in the HUD, underneath the health bar. Energon is earned from defeating enemies, and can also be used to restore health. There are also several unlockables, such as concept arts and character models, and a local co-op multiplayer mode, where two players have to survive against waves of enemies for as long as possible.

SynopsisEdit

SettingEdit

Revenge of the Fallen is set a few years after the events of Transformers: The Game. The evil Decepticon leader Megatron has been killed, and the powerful AllSpark has been shattered into numerous fragments, scattered around Earth, to prevent it from falling into the wrong hands. Despite Megatron's death however, numerous Decepticons are still active in various places around the world, forcing the heroic Autobots, led by Optimus Prime, to work with mankind to hunt them down. Unbeknownst to the Autobots, The Fallen, a former Prime and the first Decepticon, has returned, and is aiding the current Decepticons with their plan to revive Megatron and subjugate Earth; The Fallen also seeks to find and reactivate the ruins of an old machine known as the Sun Harvester, which will provide the Decepticons with enough Energon to finally defeat the Autobots, at the expense of destroying the Sun and all life on Earth. The PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 versions of the game feature two different campaigns, one from the Autobots' perspective and the other from the Decepticons', which cross over on several occasions, while the PlayStation 2 and Wii versions feature only one campaign, which alternates between the two factions.

CharactersEdit

Autobots Playable
PC 360 PS3 PS2 Wii PSP NDS
Optimus Primeab Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Jetfirec No Downloadable Downloadable Yes Yes No No
Bumblebeed Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Ironhideb Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
Ratchetd Yes Yes Yes No No Yes No
Breakaway Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes
Sideswipede No Downloadable Downloadable No No Yes Yes
Aerialbote Multiplayer Multiplayer Multiplayer No No No No
Protectobots Multiplayer Multiplayer Multiplayer No No No No
Jazze No Downloadable Downloadable No No No No
Decepticons Playable 
PC 360 PS3 PS2 Wii PSP NDS
Megatronab Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Barricade No No No No No No Yes
Dead End No No No No No Yes No
Starscreamab Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Grindorf Yes Yes Yes No No Yes No
Long Haulb Yes Yes Yes No No No No
Soundwavee No Downloadable Downloadable No No No No
Seeker Multiplayer Multiplayer Multiplayer No No No No
Sideways Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Sunstormae No Downloadable Downloadable No No No No

^a Character is available in their G1 design as downloadable content in campaign and multiplayer.
^b Character has an unlockable alternate livery.
^c Character is available in multiplayer only if the DLC was downloaded.
^d Character has alternate appearances if the DLC is brought.
^e Character is available in both campaign and multiplayer once the player downloaded the downloadable content in PS3 or Xbox 360.
^f Grindor looks identical to Blackout from Transformers: The Game, and they might be the same character.

PlotEdit

PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360Edit

Autobot campaignEdit

The Autobots receive reports from NEST of Decepticon presence in Shanghai, China.[3] Upon arrival, they are alerted to numerous Decepticons in the area and fight them, with Ironhide defeating the Decepticon Sideways, though he soon goes missing. When Optimus Prime gets word of this, Ratchet is sent to investigate and soon finds Ironhide, recharging him and escorting him to safety.[4] Afterwards, the Decepticons attack one again, but the Autobots prevail, with Optimus defeating Demolishor, who states that "The Fallen shall rise again" before being killed.[5]

 
Ironhide battles Decepticon forces in Burbank, California.

The Autobots then head to Burbank, California where a previously unknown fragment of the AllSpark has surfaced in possession of Mikaela Banes. When the Decepticons detect the fragment, Bumblebee is sent to protect Mikaela.[6] Meanwhile, the Autobots learn that a second AllSpark fragment held by the Americans has been stolen, and the Decepticon Soundwave learns of Megatron's location in the Laurentian Abyss, informing his fellow Decepticons. Despite Breakaway being sent to defend the carrier fleet Deep-6 which guards Megatron's corpse, the Decepticons ultimately retrieve Megatron's body and manage to revive him.[7]

On the East Coast, Sam Witwicky is kidnapped by Decepticons and taken to an industrial park near his college.[8] Ratchet manages to locate Sam in an abandoned foundry and sends Bumblebee the coordinates, who rescues him, before being attacked by Grindor, whom Bumblebe defeats. Afterwards, Optimus decides to give the humans a Cybertronian weapon called the Axiom Gun to help combat the growing Decepticon threat. He personally escorts the Axiom Gun to NEST headquarters.[9] After getting the convoy to their destination, the Autobots escort Sam to meet with former Agent Simmons. With intel from Simmons, Sam has Bumblebee take him to a museum to seek out an old Transformer and former Decepticon named Jetfire. After Bumblebee thwarts a Decepticon attack on the museum,[10] Jetfire awakens and takes Sam through the trans-dimensional Space Bridge to Cairo, Egypt, with the Autobots not far behind.[11]

Jetfire reveals that the Dynasty of Primes have constructed a machine called the Sun Harvester hidden in an Egyptian pyramid, which Jetfire claims that can destroy stars to harvest their power, converting it into Energon.[12] Upon arrival in the outskirts of Cairo, the Autobots search for Sam while evading Decepticon troops. After locating Sam, Optimus Prime takes him to the Tomb of the Ancients and defends him when Megatron and Starscream attack. Upon defeating them, Jetfire is mortally wounded by Megatron, while The Fallen reveals himself and the Sun Harvester, activating it and begging the harvesting of the Earth's sun.[13] A dying Jetfire lends his wings and parts to Optimus, empowering him in order to stop The Fallen. While Bumblebee fights and kills the massive Decepticon Devastator, Optimus confronts The Fallen, defeating him and sending him falling into the Sun Harvester, which destroys them both. With the Ancient Transformers avenged, Optimus is informed by Ratchet that Megatron escaped on a ship to a distant galaxy, and salutes his men for their help in saving Earth and defeating the Decepticons, at least for now.[14]

Decepticon campaignEdit

In Shanghai, Sideways encounters a group of Autobots, whom he defeats, as he searches the area for fuel and power, as well as Megatron's lost body.[15] Learning that Grindor has gone missing, Sideways then finds and repairs him, before escorting him to safety. Afterwards, he attacks NEST arrays protected by Autobots, whom with a virus, giving the Decepticons access to NEST communications. Elsewhere, Long Haul destroys NEST bases around Shanghai, before being attacked by Ironhide, whom he defeats,[16] and Starscream proclaims the Decepticons' victory as a warning to Optimus Prime.[17]

The Decepticons next head to Burbank, where Soundwave has learned that Sam Witwicky had given a shard of the AllSpark to Mikaela.[18] Concluding that the shard can be used to revive Megatron, Long Haul is sent to capture several humans, who are then interrogated by Starscream on Mikaela's whereabouts. After finding out Mikaela's location, Long Haul is sent to retrieve her. However, Starscream then receives word that the Decepticon troops transporting Mikaela have been intercepted by the Autobots. In the wake of defeat, Starscream decides to kidnap NSA Chief Galloway. After destroying several buildings owned by the front corporation Massive Dynamics, Starscream captures Galloway and places him under Decepticon control, while Grindor fights and kills Breakaway when he attempts to stop the Decepticons.

The Decepticons learn from Galloway that another AllSpark shard is in NEST's custody and that Megatron is buried deep in the Laurentian Abyss.[19] After Ravage retrieves the shard, the Decepticons travel to the Atlantic, where Starscream disables the Deep-6 aircraft carriers that guard Megatron's remains, allowing the Decepticons to retrieve their former leader's body.[20] Megatron is then revived using the AllSpark shard, and the Decepticons return to the east coast.[21] There, Grindor kidnaps Sam, while Megatron defeats Optimus Prime. After Sam is rescued by the Autobots, the Decepticons learn he is headed to a museum, which Starscream destroys, though he fails to kill Sam.

Learnning he was transported to Cairo, Egypt via a Space Bridge created by Jetfire,[22] the Decepticons travel there. Megatron arrives on the outskirts of Cairo and engages Autobots in combat, defeating both Jetfire and Bumblebee.[23] Elsewhere, Long Haul destroys the Axion Gun that the Autobots gave to NEST. Megatron soon learns that The Fallen has betrayed him by promising to make him a Prime, as Primes are born, not made,[24] so he exacts revenge by killing him at his Sun Harvester before he can activate it. Megatron later learns from Starscream that Optimus Prime has destroyed the Harvester, and declares victory for the Decepticons, making plans to form a new army and defeat the Autobots in the future.[25]

PlayStation 2 and WiiEdit

 
The PlayStation 2 and Wii versions of the game feature stylized graphics.

The Decepticon Soundwave hacks onto a satellite and finds a piece of Cybertronian technology on a NEST truck in Shanghai, China. Sideways and Demolishor are sent to steal the technology,[26] while the Autobots attempt to stop them. As Ironhinde battles and kills Demolishor, Bumblebee pursues Sideways through the streets and rooftops,[27] but he ultimately escapes with assistance from Starscream. Shortly after, Starscream reports the success of the mission to their new leader, The Fallen, who seeks to reactivate his old Sun Harvester to harvest the power of the Sun and transform into Energon, destroying the Sun and all life on Earth in the process; the piece of technology that Sideways stole is part of the Harvester, which also requires the Autobot Matrix of Leadership to work, whose whereabouts The Fallen's former servant Jetfire - who has been captured by Starscream - might know. The Fallen then orders Starscream and Sideways to retrieve Megatron's body from the Laurentian Abyss. While Starscream attacks the navy ships, Sideways fights his way through the Autobots guarding Megatron's body, ultimately retrieving it.[28] The pair then return with it to The Fallen, who resurrects Megatron and makes him his servant.[29]

Megatron unleashes the colossal Decepticon Devastator in Shanghai to retrieve the final piece of Cybertronian technology needed for the Sun Harvester, but he is defeated by Optimus, who claims the piece of technology instead,[30] only to then discover that Bumblebee has been captured by the Decepticons during the battle. At The Fallen's base, he orders Megatron to bring Optimus, who has the Matrix in his possession, to him, so Megatron challenges the Autobot leader to come and face him. While an Autobot team led by Optimus assaults the base, Bumblebee is freed by Jetfire, who informs him of The Fallen's plans and advises him to escape quickly. As Bumblebee fights his way to the base's hangar in order to escape via a pod, Megatron slaughters the Autobots attacking the base, ultimately challenging Optimus to a final battle in the hangar, while Bumblebee and Jetfire watch.[31] Megatron prevails over Optimus, leaving him close to death and claiming the Matrix from his body; he is then found by Bumblebee and Jetfire, who place him in an escape pod that takes him to Cairo, Egypt. Elsewhere, Megatron and Starscream attack the NEST base holding the Cybertronian technology they failed to retrieve earlier, and steal it.

Jetfire attempts to stop them and pursues them to Egypt, where he is shot down by Megatron. Though wounded, he makes his way to a still-living Optimus, just as he was about to be killed by Starscream.[32] Jetfire takes the blow instead and, mortally wounded, gives his wings and parts to Optimus, empowering him in order to stop The Fallen, just as he activates the Sun Harvester.[33] The other Autobots rendezvous with Optimus and attempt to foil The Fallen, with Ironhide destroying the turrets protecting the machine, while Optimus fights and defeats Megatron. He then goes to face The Fallen and prevails, destroying both him and the Harvester.[34] With The Fallen defeated, Megatron and Starscream make their escape, and get sucked into a Space Bridge, which transports them back to his base. The game ends with the Autobots rebuilding the destroyed pyramid where the Sun Harvester was located, as it was their war that led to its destruction, while Megatron and Starscream observe the creation of a massive Decepticon army under their control.[35]

DevelopmentEdit

 
Promotional poster for downloadable content, which features Generation 1 and film characters

PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 developer Luxoflux updated the transformation system of the game to allow for more fluid transforming of the robots. Players can now transform in mid-air, carry over momentum gained prior to transforming, and transform directly into attacks.[1] It features online play and downloadable content, announced on July 15, 2009. New features include the following: new multiplayer characters, including G1 versions of characters and new liveries; new multiplayer maps; the ability to use new characters in the campaign; an expert difficulty mode; and new achievements (Xbox 360) and trophies (PS3).[36][37][38] It was released August 27, 2009 for the PS3 and Xbox 360.[38]

The PS2 and Wii versions of the game were developed by Krome Studios. These versions feature a special cooperative mode, where the second player can "man the guns", utilizing a floating shield and weapon system, which is called the "Remote Weapons System" and is controlled with an on-screen reticule. Players work together to survive against waves of enemies.[39] Unlike the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of the game, the PS2 and Wii versions feature only one campaign. Players alternate between controlling various Autobots and Decepticons over the game's fifteen missions. The Wii version of the game contains motion controls for combat and quick-time events. Each Transformer has a special move where the character transforms temporarily.[40]

The PSP version of Transformers was developed by Savage Entertainment. In this version, the game is played from a top-down perspective while in robot mode, with driving and escort levels also added. Ad-Hoc cooperative play is supported. Gameplay in robot form is reminiscent of the arcade shooter Smash TV and the Dreamcast title Cannon Spike.[41]

AudioEdit

Mark Ryan returns to for voice acting, despite not return to voice Ironhide, he instead voices Bumblebee. Jess Harnell replaces Mark Ryan as the voice of Ironhide, Peter Cullen reprised his role as Optimus Prime, Robert Foxworth as Ratchet, and Charlie Adler voices Starscream in the game. Although Revenge of the Fallen retains most of the cast from its film counterpart, there are a few exceptions. The movie's titular villain, The Fallen, is voiced by James Arnold Taylor who replaces Tony Todd from the film. Peter Jessop replaces Frank Welker as the voice of Soundwave. Hugo Weaving, who voices Megatron in the live action films, does not voice Megatron in the game. Instead Frank Welker, who voiced Megatron in The Transformers animated series returns to voice the character.[42] Devastator, who was voiced by Welker in the film, is voiced by Fred Tatasciore in the game. Tatasciore also voices Demolisher and Grindor. Clive Revill, who voices Kickback in The Transformers (TV series), voices Jetfire replacing Mark Ryan. The game features Neil Kaplan, the voice of Optimus Prime in the series Transformers: Robots in Disguise. Kaplan does not voice Prime, but instead voices the character Long Haul as well as additional minor characters.[43] Electronic rock band Julien-K, who contributed one track to the first movie's soundtrack, provided the score with Steve Jablonsky.[44] John DiMaggio, who later go on to voice Leadfoot in Dark of the Moon, voices Sideways and Maj. Lennox. Andrew Kishino, who originally voiced Jazz in Transformers: The Game, would voice an autobot flyer who was cut from the film, Breakaway. Kishino also reprises Jazz in the DLC, and Nolan North replaces Andre Sogliuzzo as the voice of Sideswipe in the DLC as well.

Servers shutdownEdit

As of 2020, the multiplayer servers for Revenge of the Fallen, like other games published by Activision, have been shut down.[45]

ReceptionEdit

Reception
Aggregate scores
AggregatorScore
GameRankings(PS3) 63.55%[46]
(X360) 63.46%[47]
(PC) 56%[48]
(Wii) 53%[49]
(PS2) 46%[50]
(PSP) 36.50%[51]
Metacritic(PS3) 63/100[52]
(X360) 61/100[53]
(PC) 58/100[54]
(Wii) 53/100[55]
(PS2) 51/100[56]
(PSP) 37/100[57]
Review scores
PublicationScore
Destructoid4.5/10[58]
Edge4/10[59]
Eurogamer4/10[60]
Game Informer6.25/10[61]
(Wii) 5/10[62]
GamePro     [63]
GameSpot7.5/10[64]
(PC) 6/10[65]
(Wii) 4.5/10[66]
(PSP) 4/10[67]
GameSpy     [68]
GameTrailers6.3/10[69]
GameZone(PS3) 6.9/10[70]
(X360) 6.7/10[71]
(Wii) 5.5/10[72]
(PS2) 5/10[73]
(PSP) 4.5/10[74]
Giant Bomb     [75]
IGN6/10[76]
(PS2 & Wii) 4.2/10[77]
(PSP) 2.8/10[78]
Nintendo Power5.5/10[79]
OXM (US)6/10[80]
PC Gamer (US)38%[81]

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen received mixed reviews from critics, with the Xbox 360 version of the game holding a 63.46% at GameRankings and 61 out of 100 at Metacritic.[47][53] The PlayStation 3 version scored similarly, with a 63.55% at GameRankings and 63 out of 100 at Metacritic.[46][52] The PC version scored slightly lower at 56% and 58 out of 100, respectively.[48][54] IGN's Chris Roper gave the game 6 out of 10, saying that it had a "complete and utter lack [of presentation]".[76] 1UP.com's Thierry Nguyen gave the PS3 and X360 versions a C+, saying "Transformers 2 is a significant improvement upon its terrible predecessor".[82] GamePro was more forgiving, giving the game four stars out of five and stating "If you like Transformers, buy this game. Even if you don't (or you just hate Michael Bay), you should still give Optimus Prime a try."[63] Eurogamer gave the Xbox 360 version 4 out of 10, stating "It's never much fun, but nor is it wonky enough to be terrible. It's simply there, a forgettable distraction."[60] The PC port was cited as having a number of technical issues, causing lower scores than its console counterparts. GameSpot scored the PC version 6 out of 10,[65] whereas the 360 and PS3 versions received 7.5 out of 10.[64] GameSpy gave the X360 version three-and-a-half stars out of five, praising the professional voice work and "strong multiplayer gameplay". They further said that "the multiplayer mode [will] keep Revenge of the Fallen relevant long after the movie has gone to DVD".[68]

The PS2 and Wii versions received mixed to negative reviews from critics, with the PS2 version of the game holding a 46% at GameRankings and a 51 out of 100 at Metacritic.[50][56] The Wii version scored a bit higher, with a 53% at GameRankings and 53 out of 100 at Metacritic.[49][55] The PS2 and Wii versions of Revenge of the Fallen were panned for having awful controls. Specifically, IGN stated that "the game will often ignore what you want to do, and instead does something different", giving the game 4.2 out of 10.[77] GameZone panned the controls of the Wii version, saying that "control problems – among other missteps – ruined this game".[72]

The PSP version received even worse reviews, earning a 36.50% at GameRankings and a 37 out of 100 at Metacritic.[51][57] GameSpot's Chris Watters gave Revenge of the Fallen four out of 10, saying that "this dull and unpleasant action game is in desperate need of a tune-up".[67] IGN rated the game 2.8, calling it "one of the worst games on the PSP".[78] GameZone called the game "a considerably flawed game from start to finish".[74]

At the 2009 Spike Video Game Awards, Megan Fox won the Best Performance By A Human Female award for her portrayal as Mikaela Banes in the game.[83]

ReferencesEdit

Notes
Footnotes
  1. ^ a b c "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen - Adrian Murphy Interview". GameTrailers. 2009-05-27. Retrieved 2009-06-04.
  2. ^ Torres, Ricardo (2009-05-26). "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen First Hands-On". GameSpot. Retrieved 2009-06-04.
  3. ^ Sgt. Epps: I'm over southeast Shanghai at 1200 feet. No visual, but something's down there. Luxoflux (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  4. ^ Optimus Prime: Ironhide has disappeared in Shanghai, and may be damaged. We must find him immediately. Luxoflux (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  5. ^ Demolishor: The Fallen shall rise again. Luxoflux (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  6. ^ Optimus Prime: You are not alone. The Decepticons have arrived. You will have to find Mikaela. Luxoflux (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  7. ^ Optimus Prime: As I feared, the Decepticons have attacked Deep-6. Luxoflux (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  8. ^ Optimus Prime: Only after he is safe will we concern ourselves with Megatron's motives. Luxoflux (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  9. ^ Sgt. Epps: Escort, this Sgt. Epps riding shotgun on Cargo 37. It looks pretty quiet, but stay ready. Luxoflux (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  10. ^ Mission Synopsis: Pick up Sam Witwicky and take him to the museum where he will meet with Jetfire. Sam and Jetfire must be protected at all costs. Luxoflux (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  11. ^ Jetfire: My old wings aren't what they used to be, so we'll be taking a trans-dimensional space bridge. Luxoflux (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  12. ^ Jetfire: The ancients, The Dynasty of Primes, constructed a machine to destroy stars and harvest their energy. Luxoflux (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  13. ^ The Fallen: Who dares challenge The Fallen? Luxoflux (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  14. ^ Optimus Prime: Through your efforts, Autobots, the human race, and our own, have prevailed. Luxoflux (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  15. ^ Mission Synopsis: Autobots are disrupting a major Decepticon operation in Shanghai. Eliminate all Autobots. Luxoflux (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  16. ^ Mission Synopsis: Attack the NEST base and then eliminate the Autobot Ironhide, who is certain to come to the aid of the NEST insects. Eliminate all Autobots. Luxoflux (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  17. ^ Starscream: I send this message to Optimus Prime. The Decepticons have returned, and we are not alone. Luxoflux (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  18. ^ Sam Witwicky: Just take it and keep it safe. Mikaela Banes: I will, I'll keep it in my dad's shop. Luxoflux (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  19. ^ NSA Chief Galloway: He's six miles underwater in the Laurentian Abyss. Luxoflux (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  20. ^ Long Haul: All will fall in the face of Megatron's rising. Luxoflux (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  21. ^ Megatron: Did you think you'd seen the last of Megatron, insects? Luxoflux (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  22. ^ The Fallen: Well done. Nothing can stop us now. Luxoflux (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  23. ^ Soundwave: New Autobot contact, the one designated Bumblebee. Luxoflux (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  24. ^ Optimus Prime: Primes are born, not made, Megatron. You were betrayed. Luxoflux (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  25. ^ Megatron: The time has come. I will unleash the only force worthy of my trust. Luxoflux (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  26. ^ Soundwave: Demolisher, Sideways; convoy route intercepted. Krome Studios (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  27. ^ Bumblebee: I'm still on Sideways, sending coordinates now. All free units converge. I'm on his six. Krome Studios (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  28. ^ Starscream: Okay Sideways, I've softened them up for you. Don't blow it. Krome Studios (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  29. ^ The Fallen: I ordered you resurrected so you might aid my plans for Earth. Krome Studios (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  30. ^ Optimus Prime: We've stopped them, for now. Krome Studios (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  31. ^ Megatron : Let this be our final battle, Prime. You and I, for the future of all Decepticons and Autobots. Krome Studios (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  32. ^ Starscream: You shouldn't have signaled for help, Prime. I might not have noticed you otherwise. Krome Studios (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
  33. ^ Optimus Prime: I will stop him, Jetfire. Rest now. Jetfire: Oh, not yet. First I must fulfill my own destiny. Krome Studios (2009-06-23). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Activision.
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