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Transformers game bundles coming to Wii and 3DS

A pair of bundles are inbound for the DS and Wii of classic Transformers games from Activision.

In a year without a Transformers game release, Activision is still pumping out a few new SKU’s in the form of Transformers: Ultimate Battle Edition and Transformers: Ultimate Autobot Edition. The Ultimate Battle Edition includes Transformers: Cybertron Adventures (which was the Wii’s version of the excellent War for Cybertron) and Transformers: Dark of the Moon – Stealth Force Edition, while the Ultimate Autobot Edition has a pair of Transformers movie-themed titles with Revenge of the Fallen and Dark of the Moon.

TRANSFORMERS: ULTIMATE BATTLE EDITION is available now for Wii for $29.99. It is rated E 10+ – T (Everyone 10+ to Teen) by the ESRB and includes:

  • TRANSFORMERS: CYBERTRON ADVENTURES: Before their conflict came to Earth, the AUTOBOTS and DECEPTICONS waged war over the fate of their home planet, Cybertron, in this third-person adventure featuring 16 air and ground missions with two-player co-op.
  • TRANSFORMERS: DARK OF THE MOON – STEALTH FORCE EDITION: Experience the untold story set before the movie of the same name in this third-person action game featuring 18 missions, 8 playable characters and the incredible power of the all-new stealth force.

TRANSFORMERS: ULTIMATE AUTOBOTS EDITION, out now for $19.99 for Nintendo DS and rated E 10+ (Everyone 10+) by the ESRB, includes:

  • TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN: Save the world from the brink of annihilation across a riveting campaign with 12 missions inspired by the film in this explosive adventure.
  • TRANSFORMERS: DARK OF THE MOON: Experience the untold story set before the movie of the same name in this third-person action game featuring 12 missions, 4 playable characters and the incredible power of the all-new stealth force.

Both Transformers: Ultimate Battle Edition and Transformers: Ultimate Autobot Edition are available now for the Wii and DS respectively.

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