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The Asian market exclusive game Transformer Online has just had its website, tf.91.com, get itself a major overhaul flooded with new images and videos of the of the various characters and weapons to be found in the game, all set in the same world as the Transformers: Prime cartoon.
In the full image display section, you will find a plethora of image of playable characters, namely male Autobots, male Decepticons, female Autobots, and female Decepticons.
In the wallpaper section, you will find select desktop wallpaper images, including one of TF: Prime Defensor!
In the game artwork section, you'll find, well, game artwork images of usable weapons, Bumblebee/Starscream/Optimus Prime artwork, and custom character artwork.
In the video section, you'll find a boss battle video against TF: Prime Bruticus (who uses a rather identical rotor blade shield and flamethrower weapon combo like in Fall of Cybertron) and a second video advertising the general game itself.
In the Weapons section of the game, you'll find listings and images of five different types of weapons to be used in the game: Trajectory guns, machine guns, energy swords, energy axes, and shotguns.
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