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Exodus: the Official History of the War for Cybertron

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Re: Exodus: the Official History of the War for Cybertron

Postby Wing Saber » Fri Apr 06, 2012 3:40 pm

cyberwuss wrote:biggest let down as far as WFC relation was probably how fast they offed Omega Supreme though :<, in WFC he lasted ALOT longer heh, as did Trypticon.

See, that's because they had to make them last longer and be harder to take down in WFC, because it's a game and it should be harder.
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Re: Exodus: the Official History of the War for Cybertron

Postby Sabrblade » Fri Apr 06, 2012 8:08 pm

Wing Saber wrote:
cyberwuss wrote:biggest let down as far as WFC relation was probably how fast they offed Omega Supreme though :<, in WFC he lasted ALOT longer heh, as did Trypticon.

See, that's because they had to make them last longer and be harder to take down in WFC, because it's a game and it should be harder.
Yeah, but the book was adapting the game, rather than vice-versa. Irvine could have written better battles for those two.

Also, check out some of the previous posts, as they contain some reviews of the book a few of us have written. ;)
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Re: Exodus: the Official History of the War for Cybertron

Postby Wing Saber » Tue May 08, 2012 9:22 pm

Picked up Exiles from the library. read through the part where they've left Velocitron and have found Junkion
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Re: Exodus: the Official History of the War for Cybertron

Postby Sabrblade » Wed May 09, 2012 10:54 am

Wing Saber wrote:Picked up Exiles from the library. read through the part where they've left Velocitron and have found Junkion
Tread carefully. It's a tough read.

Started a new topic for the book here.
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