The 4 disc set contains all 51 episodes (missing episode 33 – Scorponok’s Scars), is region 1 NTSC formatted and contais no extra features.
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ENI have received covers for 2 upcoming Transformers DVDs from Paramount Home Entertainment. These include Transformers: Animated Season Two, containing all 13 episodes, and being released on 6th January 2009, and Transformers Energon The Ultimate Collection, which apparently contains all 52 episodes, and is released on 16th December 2008.
The Animated DVD contains a gallery and few mini featurettes, whilst the Energon has no extra features.
We hope to have some unwatermarked artwork soon.
Paramount Home Entertainment have announced that Transformers Energon will be receiving the Ultimate Collection treatment with a DVD set containing all 52 episodes on 16th December in North America. Following on from the Cybertron Ultimate Collection, expect a bare bones release, with no extra features.
The news mentions that there will be 52 episodes running for 1092 minutes, or 21 minutes per episode. The only problem with this is that Transformers Energon only received 51 dubbed episodes, missing out Episode 33 – Scorponok’s Scars.
Whilst roaming in the centre of Milton Keynes yesterday, I happened to pop into the Entertainer toy store there and discovered Energon Treadbolt, Tidalwave, Ironhide and the biggest surprise, ENERGON OPTIMUS PRIME!! Plus the Toys r us website is now listing some of the the Energon basic assortment(Skyblast, Battle-Ravage etc.) By the way things are going we’ll probably see most of the range in Britain by Christmas!!
Over at seibertron.com and transformertoys.co.uk, they are reports of Energon toys being seen in Toys R Us stores in the UK. Strongarm, Skyblast, Battle Ravage, Energon Saber, Tidal Wave and Ultra Magnus have all been spotted.
Shame the cartoon does not air until September.
Play, who now seem to love selling whatever they can get their hands on, have 3 Transformers toys for pre-order. 2 have already been released in the UK, but the third, Energon Landquake, has not. This is either one last attempt by Hasbro UK to release the last of Energon (Not likely) or that Play has simply imported the toy.
The release is 4th July at the very high price of £39.99. If you know anymore, tell one and all in the forums here.
Windrazor x 2
Terradive x 2
Stormcloud x 1
Kickback x 2
Blackout x 2
Blight x 1
Bonecrusher x 1
Wideload x 1Deluxes
Demolshor x 2
(all orignial decos)
Landquake has already been seen in the UK but the main bits are Wideload and Bonecrusher, the last Constructicon Maximus limbs and Kickback, Blackout, Blight and Stormcloud, the limbs of Bruticus Maximus.
Now if Hasbro UK can keep their promise of relaunching their website, we my start to like them.
We’ve used our video games connections and managed to track down yet more high res screenshots for the forthcoming Transformers Armada Prelude to Energon. You can see the screenshots below, and see larger verions of them on the special page we’ve made for the game here.
After Atari’s big press event on Wednesday, a few games websites have provided updates of the Transformers game based in the Armada universe. The big news is that the name of the game has changed to just “Transformers” and there is likely to be extras on the disk about the production of the game. Gamespot have provided a preview here and have an interview with a developer if you subscribe. IGN have some more screenshots for you to admire. Just look at Tidal Wave!