PS2 Games


.hack//Infection Part 1 [238*9+27.8 MB]
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.hack//Mutation Part 2 [238*12+120 MB]
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gamespot : http://www.gamespot.com/ps2/rpg/hackpar … index.html

.hack//Outbreak Part 3 [238*12+108 MB]
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gamespot : http://www.gamespot.com/ps2/rpg/hackpar … index.html

Ar tonelico: Melody of Elemia [238*10+163 MB]
list : http://sv5.gushare.com/file.php?file=46 … ccde625bd7
gamespot : http://www.gamespot.com/ps2/rpg/artonelico/index.html

Castlevania : Lament of Innocence [238*9+4.91 MB]
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gamespot : http://www.gamespot.com/ps2/action/cast … index.html

Colosseum - Road to Freedom [238*1+142 MB]
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Dawn of Mana [238*9+150 MB]
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gamespot : http://www.gamespot.com/ps2/rpg/dawnofmana/index.html

Final Fantasy VII : Dirge of Cerberus [238*14+205 MB]
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gamespot : http://www.gamespot.com/ps2/action/dirg … index.html

Final Fantasy X - International [47.6*76+23.1 MB]
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gamespot : http://www.gamespot.com/ps2/rpg/finalfa … index.html

Final Fantasy X-2 [47.6*63+38.2 MB]
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gamespot : http://www.gamespot.com/ps2/rpg/finalfa … index.html

God of wars [238*13+155 MB]
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gamespot : http://www.gamespot.com/ps2/action/godofwar/index.html

God of wars 2 [DVD9] [95.3*71+1.83 MB]
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gamespot : http://www.gamespot.com/ps2/action/godofwar2/index.html

Grim Grimoire [238*1+199 MB]
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gamespot : http://www.gamespot.com/ps2/strategy/gr … index.html

Guitar Hero [238*7+101 MB]
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Guitar Hero 2 [238*10+50.5 MB]
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gamespot : http://www.gamespot.com/ps2/puzzle/guit … index.html

Harvest Moon : A Wonderful Life [CD] [238*1+206 MB]
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gamespot : http://www.gamespot.com/ps2/strategy/ha … index.html

ICO [238*2+193 MB]
list : http://sv5.gushare.com/file.php?file=c4 … 98fa623b4c
gamespot : http://www.gamespot.com/ps2/adventure/ico/index.html

Odin Sphere [238*11+126 MB]
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gamespot : http://www.gamespot.com/ps2/rpg/odinsphere/index.html

Onimusha : Warlords [238*5+20.8 MB]
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Onimusha 2 : Samurai's Destiny [238*10+205 MB]
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gamespot : http://www.gamespot.com/ps2/action/onim … index.html

Onimusha 3 : Demon Siege [238*7+160 MB]
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Onimusha : Dawn of Dreams [DVD1 238*14+60.2 MB][DVD2 238*14+18.2 MB]
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list DVD2 : http://sv3.gushare.com/file.php?file=3a … dcf7fc406c
gamespot : http://www.gamespot.com/ps2/action/shin … index.html

Okami [238*12+168 MB]
list : http://sv3.gushare.com/file.php?file=62 … 496b703bfd
gamespot : http://www.gamespot.com/ps2/action/okami/index.html

Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 [238*5+6.32 MB]
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Rogue Galaxy [DVD9] [95.3*48+12.5 MB]
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gamespot : http://www.gamespot.com/ps2/rpg/roguegalaxy/index.html

Shadow Hearts [238*8+191 MB]
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gamespot : http://www.gamespot.com/ps2/rpg/shadowhearts/index.html

Shadow of the Colossus [238*3+198 MB]
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Shakugan no Shana [Jap] [238*2+146 MB]
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Zone of the Enders [47.6*31+8.74 MB]
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gamespot : http://www.gamespot.com/ps2/action/zone … index.html

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Review

The Harry Potter series of books has captured both the minds of children and adults alike. The movies haven't disappointed either and are amongst the highest grossing films of all time. For some reason, the video games that have been released haven't been able to reach the same level of quality that the movies and books have achieved. The latest game, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, continues that trend. There's a faithful re-creation of the Hogwarts campus to explore, but once you've seen the sights, there's not much else to do. Even the most diehard Potter fans will grow tired of seeing the grand staircase as they return from their umpteenth fetch quest.

Order of the Phoenix follows the story of the book and the movie of the same name. After narrowly avoiding expulsion for using magic in front of a muggle, Harry finds that Hogwarts' new defense against the dark arts teacher seems to have it out for him. To make matters worse, Voldemort is threatening to rear his ugly mug again, and Harry fears that the school will be unable to defend itself. With the help of Ron and Hermione, Harry rallies the students together to form Dumbledore's Army in an effort to ready them for a fight against the dark lord. This all makes perfect sense if you've read the book, but the story's exceedingly difficult to follow if you haven't read it because vast segments are told via brief rendered video cutscenes and newspaper clippings. It's easy to understand how a three-hour movie might have to leave bits and pieces out, but it's puzzling that an eight-hour game can't tell even the most basic aspect of the story.

http://image.com.com/gamespot/images/2007/183/reviews/936997_20070703_embed001.jpgWho knew that Harry's life was so boring?

Though the game's box says you'll get to play as Sirius Black and Dumbledore, you do so for less than five minutes, so you'll spend nearly the entire game controlling Harry. Ron and Hermione will be by your side the whole time offering hints on where to go or what to do next. You'll also encounter every recognizable character from the Harry Potter universe along your journey. The game starts off with a tutorial where you'll learn basic spells like wingardium leviosa (levitation), reparo (repair an object), accio (pull an object toward you), and depulso (push an object away) by helping people fix broken dishes, pack their suitcases, and move furniture--not exactly riveting stuff. On the PC, PlayStation 2, PlayStation, 3, and Xbox 360, you cast spells by pressing a button to point your wand and moving the right analog stick in a specific pattern. Rotating the stick clockwise will cast reparo, pressing down twice will cast accio, and pushing forward twice will cast depulso. You can also use the keyboard and mouse on the PC and this works fine. On the Wii, you'll hold the remote vertically then tilt it forward to cast depulso. To perform wingardium leviosa, you'll raise both the Wii Remote and the Nunchuk to lift the object then move the controllers around to maneuver the object. This works surprisingly well, and it makes it feel as if you are actually casting spells, which goes a long way toward making the game more enjoyable. The PS3 does use the Sixaxis' motion controls, but tilting and twisting the controller as you hold it in your lap doesn't add much to the experience.

Later in the game, you'll learn combat spells. These are cast in the same way as noncombat spells and mostly use the same patterns. But there will only be a few instances where you'll need to perform these combat spells because there's hardly any dueling in the game. This is probably a good thing because the combat isn't very good, and it's tough to tell if you're actually hitting someone. Even during the last fight, you just stand there casting the same spell over and over, waiting for a cutscene to signify the end of the battle.

Once you've learned some basic spells, it's off to Hogwarts, which is faithfully re-created in a game for the first time. The Hogwarts campus is absolutely huge, which is both a blessing and a curse. Fans should really get a kick out of seeing the grand staircase in motion and candles floating above the tables in the great hall, as well as sneaking into Moaning Myrtle's bathroom. But traversing back and forth across such a large area quickly becomes tiresome. Once you find the proper passwords, you can use the passages behind paintings as shortcuts, but they don't cut that much time off the journey. Another problem is the in-game navigation system. You're given a map that lists all of the different areas on campus, as well as the location of each person you need to find. Once you've highlighted the person or place you're looking for, footprints will appear on the ground to lead the way. Unfortunately, the footprints are black, so they're difficult to see; they don't appear far enough in front of you, so you're constantly forced to stop to wait for them to appear; and the camera will often switch angles midstride, so you don't know which way you're facing.

http://image.com.com/gamespot/images/2007/183/reviews/936997_20070703_embed002.jpgExploring Hogwarts is interesting…for a while.

You've got a huge campus and healthy number of spells at your disposal, so you'll no doubt be doing all sorts of awesome things in incredible, mystical places, right? No. You spend most of the game running around trying to inform everyone as to the whereabouts of the room of requirement. You'll pick a character on the map, follow the footprints, and then tell people about the meeting place. In almost every single case, they'll have a reason for why they can't go. Of course, you've got to help them. This means you'll run all over Hogwarts collecting items, moving benches, fixing things, and helping people with their homework. This is how you spend the entire game. It's literally one fetch quest after another. Being able to pick the quest you want gives the illusion that you've got the freedom to do what you want, but the game is extremely linear in that there's only one way to accomplish any given objective. And sometimes you'll be performing the same exact task over again, such as when you're helping to disable the school's intercom by moving benches then pouring a potion into the speakers. You do this, not once, not twice, but five or six times; each time in a different room.

Performing one menial task after another would be bad enough on its own, but other issues conspire to make it worse. The game does a decent job of showing you where people and places are, but once you've met with someone, you're quite often on your own when it comes to figuring out how to help him or her. For example, at one point in the game, you must help a kid find five talking gargoyles. Now, you've encountered several talking gargoyles to this point, but for some reason, you can't tell the kid this and you must find the gargoyles again. Not only are you doing something you've already done, but the map doesn't show you where these gargoyles are, so you're forced to scour the entire campus in an effort to locate them.

When you're not playing the role of messenger boy, you'll spend much of your time cleaning up Hogwarts by putting statues, paintings, and urns back together. You can also search behind curtains for giant chess pieces, move blocks to find hidden plaques, light torches, and even sweep floors. These tasks are actually pleasant diversions for a short while, and you can unlock extras by performing them. But the tasks speak poorly for the game as a whole when sweeping the floor is a highlight. Another way to pass the time is to play chess, exploding snap, and gobstones. Gobstones (think marbles) and exploding snap (pick out matching pairs of cards) are simple but fun. Chess plays similar to Battle Chess and is actually quite engaging--if you've played chess before. The game will show you the moves that each piece can make, but there's no tutorial mode, which may leave many younger players clueless.

http://image.com.com/gamespot/images/2007/183/reviews/936997_20070703_embed003.jpgEven though EA scanned the actors' noggins, the characters still look a bit off.

Visually, Order of the Phoenix is all over the place. Many areas of Hogwarts, such as the grand staircase or great hall, look spectacular and are very detailed. However, many of the hallways look the same and are largely empty. Combat spells look really cool when you cast them, but there are so few duels that you'll rarely get to enjoy seeing the spells in action. At first glance, character models look just like their movie counterparts and are quite nice. But once you see them in motion, you'll notice that they all look kind of like zombies. Things are even worse in the cutscenes that utilize the in-game engine. Characters stare blankly off into the distance, they face the wrong way, their mouths often don't move when they talk, and they'll appear then disappear from view for no apparent reason. The PS3, 360, and PC versions look the best. Other than lower quality in-game cutscenes and some nasty aliasing, the PS2 and Wii versions hold their own, though the PS2's frame rate is pretty iffy at times. Having the actors from the films voice their characters in the game goes a long way toward immersing you in the experience, even with the shoddy cutscenes and script. The familiar musical score is here and suits the game perfectly, which kind of makes you wonder why it was used so little.

It's hard to imagine that the video game version of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix will appeal to anyone. Older fans of Harry Potter will enjoy exploring Hogwarts for a while, but they'll soon be bored to tears by the low level of difficulty and the tedious objectives. The younger set will also get a kick out of seeing the sights and will appreciate the forgiving difficulty, as well as the simplicity of the tasks at hand. But they'll quickly grow tired of using their favorite character to perform a seemingly endless parade of chores. If being the most famous wizard in the world were this boring, there wouldn't have been more than one book.


Command and Conquer 3 Triber


Command And Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars Kane Edition (c) Electronic Arts


Minimum System Requirement

Processor: 1.3 GHz Intel Pentium IV or AMD Athlon processor
Hard disk space: 4 GB available hard disk space
Video card: Nvidia GeForce2 or equivalent video card with 32 MB RAM
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0b compatible sound card
DirectX Version: Direct X9 or Higher(included on disc)
CD/DVD-ROM Drive: 8x speed or faster CD-ROM drive or DVD-ROM drive (for the Collector's Edition)
Nvidia GeForce2 MX is not supported.

Recommend Requirement

Processor: 1.6 Ghz equivalent or higher processor
Ram: 256 MB of system RAM but 512 MB of system RAM for online play with 3 or more players
Harddisk space: 6 GB available hard disk space
Video card: 64 MB GeForce3-class video card. The game only officially supports cards with ATI (Radeon 8500 or greater) and Nvidia chipsets, and the Intel GMA 900 and GMA 950 products.
Sound card: Sound card with speakers or headphones
DirectX version: DirectX 9.0c or above.
CD/DVD-ROM Drive: 8x speed or faster CD-ROM drive or DVD-ROM drive (for the Collector's Edition)
The GeForce 4 MX is not supported



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Product Description

March, 2047. A massive nuclear fireball explodes high in the night sky, marking the dramatic beginning to the Third Tiberium War and long-awaited return of the most groundbreaking Real-time Strategy franchise (RTS) of all time.

The critically-acclaimed Command & Conquer™ (C&C) series returns with Command & Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars™ (C&C 3). Setting the standard for the future of RTS gaming once more, C&C 3 takes you back to where it all began—the Tiberium Universe.

In 2047, Tiberium has blanketed the Earth, which is now divided into zones based on the level of Tiberium infestation. Pristine Blue Zones represent 20% of the planet's surface and are the last refuge of the civilized world. Partially habitable Yellow Zones make up 50% of the planet's surface; most of the world's population lives in these war-torn and ecologically ravaged areas. The remaining 30% of the planet is uninhabitable, a Tiberium wasteland swept by violent Ion Storms. Red Zones are like the surface of an Alien planet.

The infamous Kane has returned to lead the Brotherhood of Nod in a massive global assault on the Global Defense Initiative and the few remaining Blue zones left on the planet. Only you can stop him. The fate of humanity – and the planet – is in your hands.

Featuring state-of-the-art, next-generation graphics, an epic story with live action, full-motion video sequences, and the classic fast-paced C&C style of play, C&C 3 sets the standard for the single player RTS experience.

When you decide to test your skills online, a suite of truly innovative features, such as the ability to transform online battles into a spectator sport, unfold.

Welcome back, Commander.
Key Features
Fast, Fluid, Fun

The ultra-responsive, smooth-as-silk gameplay C&C invented is now better than ever, intuitively placing your entire arsenal at your fingertips.
Over 30 Single Player Missions

In a vast open-world 'theatre of war' where each decision you make matters, you'll experience one cohesive, epic story told from the unique perspective of all three warring factions.
RTS as a Sport - Battlecast™

Observe, broadcast, and compete in thrilling online battles with innovations including all-new interactive spectator modes, VoIP communication, player commentary, and more.
Story Like You've Never Seen

High-definition, live action video sequences that seamlessly tie the game's epic story together featuring an unparalleled, diverse cast.
Adaptive AI

The game AI matches your style of play - choose from distinct AI playing styles such as 'rushing', 'turtling', and more, or level the battlefield and let the AI use its own tactics to give you the highest level of challenge.
New Ways to Attack

Keep your opponent guessing by building flying battleships, wielding the power of terrifying Ion Storms, and combining units to form powerful never-before-seen super-units.
Technology Makes the World Come Alive

Lose yourself in reflected sunlight and scream in sheer joy as you blow chunks off of enemy tanks, structures, and anything else you can launch a rocket at. The game world gains a new dimension and the battlefield comes to life as the atmosphere fills with smoke, fire, haze, tracers, explosions, and state-of-the-art weather effects.
Intuitive and Evolved Interface

Fully evolved side-bar interface that allows you to fully manage your base operations while never leaving the action.
Battle the Best Online

With multiple online game modes, all-new multiplayer maps, and a fully featured content editor, go online to see how you stack up in RTS' ultimate forum.
Product Specifications
Publisher: Electronic Arts Inc.
Developer: EA Los Angeles
Ship Date: March 26th 2007
Category: Real-time Strategy (RTS)

Hary poter And The order of the phoenix


System Requirments::
Optical Drive: DVD-ROM
CPU Speed: 1.0 GHz
Disk Space: 2.0 GB
Display: AGP Video Card With 64 MB+ and NVIDIA GeForce 3+ or ATI Radeon 8500+
Operating System Compatibility: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/VISTA, Mac OS X

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Why has Harry Potter and his magical world grabbed the attention of so many people, young and old alike? Because in Harry's world, for a few moments, we can immerse ourselves in and touch magic in another world. Harry Potter is a mythical character but there really is a magic in life, just as Harry Potter has shown us. The magic in and of our lives is a package deal, mind, body and spirit. Ignore or deny one part of the package of who you are and your magic, the wellness of your life, diminishes.

You must have a balance between mind, body and spirit. They are interconnected. If negative, your thoughts and attitudes can play havoc with both, your body and spirit . Conversely, positive thoughts and attitudes will strengthen your body and spirit. Your physical self wants to be well. In fact, the immune system is "geared" to healing your body. You have seen your body repair itself when you have had a paper cut or a broken bone or the sniffles. Illness is your physical self screaming that it isn't getting what it needs to work optimally. It is your self out of balance. Your physical body doesn't just need vitamins, minerals and glyconutrients. Illness begs the questions; "How am I NOT taking care of myself? What do I need to change in my life? Does my life make me happy or am I stressed?" One should ask oneself those questions periodically even if not experiencing illness.

In my life, the darkness in my journey with Lupus gave way to a light, to the magic of life, which I may have never seen so well without my lupus journey. Through my journey with Lupus (from which I am celebrating a 2 year remission), I found magic in THIS world. And you can too! It is our birthright. We are meant to live an abundant and enriched life! Indeed a life with no limits.

My journey back to wellness taught me how we limit ourselves. We limit ourselves when we:
1. eat unconsciously - without thinking about what's best for our physical self
2. allow negative thoughts and attitudes to dominate
3. live unauthentically
4. settle for less in our relationships
5. fail to exercise regularly
6. fail to take time to be awed, to be grateful, to give back

How many of those can you relate too? Undoubtedly (and unfortunately) this is not an exhaustive list of how we limit ourselves. With a little thought I'm sure you can add to this list. Perhaps, you might give some thought to how you limit yourself and how you can "unlimit" yourself! It is in "unlimiting" yourself; by being willing to change and grow, by taking responsibility for your total wellness, that you will experience life's magic at it's best.

Pam Murphy,B.S.,RRT has a network marketing wellness business. She is completing a masters in holistic nutrition and enjoys mentoring others in both improving their health and financial freedom. Visit her at: http://pams.vitamark.com

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Tranformer The Game


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Minimum System Requirements for Transformers: The Game
* 3D hardware accelerator card required 100% DirectX 9.0c-compliant 64MB
video card and drivers*
* Microsoft Windows XP/Vista
* Pentium 4 2.0GHz or Athlon 2.0GHz or higher processor
* 256MB of RAM (1GB for Windows Vista)
* 4 GB of uncompressed hard disk space (plus 300 MB for the Windows(R) swap file and 1MB free for saved games)
* DirectX 9.0c (Included)
* 100% DirectX 9.0c-compliant true 16-bit sound card and drivers
* 100% Windows XP-compatible mouse, keyboard and drivers
* 100% Windows XP-compatible quad speed DVD-ROM drive (600 K/sec sustained transfer rate)
* All NVIDIA GeForce 4 Ti 4200 64MB and better chipsets
* All ATI Radeon 8500 64MB and better chipsets
* 100% Windows XP-compatible gamepad (optional) (Game controller with 10 or more
buttons and dual analog sticks required)

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When Hasbro, Inc. introduced the TRANSFORMERS brand to the U.S. in 1984, it revolutionized a category it had itself invented some 20 years earlier -- action figures.

TRANSFORMERS – originally dubbed “The Transformers” -- heralded an entirely new way to interact with action figures, giving kids the power to literally change the toys from one form into another (initially, from robots to vehicles). As the iconic theme song went, there was “more than meets the eye.”

But that was only the beginning. With intriguing personalities, captivating story lines and great battle action, Hasbro firmly entrenched the TRANSFORMERS brand into the pantheons of modern pop culture. Over the past two decades, the TRANSFORMERS brand has emerged as one of the most successful properties in action figure history, spawning numerous television series, comic books, and even a feature length animated film.

Today, the TRANSFORMERS brand has a devoted following of fans of all ages, with OPTIMUS PRIME and MEGATRON captivating a whole new generation of fans. The franchise is about to be taken to a new level with the July 4th premiere of the first-ever live-action feature film, TRANSFORMERS, from DreamWorks Pictures and Paramount Pictures, directed by Michael Bay and executive produced by Steven Spielberg.

A timeline of key TRANSFORMERS brand milestones follows


•Hasbro secures the rights to many changing/converting robot brands in Japan and creates the umbrella name THE TRANSFORMERS to unite them. Takara, a Japanese toy manufacturer saw the potential for future TRANSFORMERS growth and becomes Hasbro’s lead partner in the development of new TRANSFORMERS products. This successful alliance has lasted for more than 20 years.

1984 –

•The TRANSFORMERS toy line is launched by Hasbro, with a classic theme song that had kids all over the U.S. reciting the refrain “Robots in Disguise.” There twenty-one toys in the original set, including OPTIMUS PRIME, MEGATRON, BUMBLEBEE, JAZZ and STARSCREAM. This is the beginning of what has come to be known the “Generation: 1” era.

•The TRANSFORMERS animated television series debuts with a mini series titled “MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE.” New episodes began in September, airing on Saturday mornings.

•Marvel Comics releases four-issue TRANSFORMERS comic series titled “The TRANSFORMERS.”


•Hasbro releases second series of TRANSFORMERS toys, highlighted by the introduction of DINOBOTS and CONSTRUCTICONS (the first group of figures that can combine to form a larger robot).

•Two TRANSFORMERS figures are introduced with battery-operated functions: SHOCKWAVE has a flashing light and sound effects, and OMEGA SUPREME walks and has a tank with a turret that spins and lights up while rolling around a track.


•The animated feature film titled TRANSFORMERS: The Movie was released in theaters, featuring many of the characters that the new toys were modeled after. It featured the voice talents of Leonard Nimoy, Eric Idle, Judd Nelson, Robert Stack, and Orson Welles, and a rock soundtrack.

•Hasbro introduces cities for both the AUTOBOTS and DECEPTICONS: METROPLEX for the AUTOBOTS and TRYPTICON for the DECEPTICONS.


•The HEADMASTERS and TARGETMASTERS figures are introduced into the TRANSFORMERS toy line.

•Hasbro introduced FORTRESS MAXIMUS, the largest TRANSFORMERS figure at the time, measuring a whopping two-feet-tall.


•Hasbro released the PRETENDERS, robots that disguise themselves inside an included shell, and MICROMASTERS, very, very small vehicle that changes into robots.

•OPTIMUS PRIME is revived with a new TRANSFORMERS figure from Hasbro, featuring ‘POWERMASTER” technology wherein a smaller robot is used to unlock a special feature on the larger, more deluxe figure.


•Hasbro introduces four of the TRANSFORMERS fans’ favorite characters back into the toy line: BUMBLEBEE, JAZZ, GRIMLOCK and STARSCREAM.


•TRANSFORMERS ACTION MASTERS are released by Hasbro. These feature action figure versions of both classic and interesting new characters that don't change modes, but have vehicles and partners that do change modes.


•Late in the year Hasbro introduces “TRANSFORMERS: Generation 2.” All of these toys are re-colored versions of figures from the early years of TRANSFORMERS: JAZZ, SIDESWIPE, INFERNO, STARSCREAM, RAMJET, OPTIMUS PRIME, the DINOBOTS, and CONSTRUCTICONS.

•There is a Generation 2 Television animated series, which featured all-new CGI graphics.


•Hasbro introduces a new TRANSFORMERS feature into the lineup. Color-change cars have weapons that shoot water and parts that change color when hit by water, creating "battle damage."

•MEGATRON is revived by Hasbro and introduced as a tank with projectile weaponry and electronic sound effects.

•As a prelude to the new TRANSFORMERS comic, MEGATRON first appears in the G.I. JOE comic series.


•The first BotCon, a TRANSFORMERS fan convention, is held in July in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The annual event has been held every year since, and continues to attract TRANSFORMERS fans from around the globe!

•The AERIALBOTS and COMBATICONS TRANSFORMERS are revived by Hasbro with some new friends, the LASER RODS with light-up engines and weapons, and the ROTOR FORCE with rotor-weapons that can travel across a room.

•Hasbro introduces one of its most popular TRANSFORMERS to date – DREADWING, a Stealth bomber with three modes.


•The animated series titled TRANSFORMERS: BEAST WARS debuts and is an instant hit.


•Hasbro releases the TRANSFORMERS BEAST WARS toy line, featuring characters from the animated series. AUTOBOTS and DECEPTICONS are replaced by MAXIMALS and PREDACONS, robots that turn into animals and insects. This line also introduced the first female TRANSFORMERS figure, BLACKARACHNIA.


•Hasbro’s TRANSFORMERS BEAST WARS line expands with the introduction of TRANSMETALS, figures depicting mechanical animals with chrome-painted features. Some of these figures feature three or four conversion modes.


•The TRANSFORMERS BEAST WARS animated series evolves, introducing new characters and taking on the name TRANSFORMERS BEAST MACHINES.


•TRANSFORMERS BEAST MACHINES figures are released by Hasbro, including new DINOBOTS and BEAST WARS figures with alternate colorations.


•Hasbro re-introduces TRANSFORMERS as ROBOTS IN DISGUISE, returning to the classic concept of robots that change into cars, trucks, and other vehicles. The TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE series debuts.


•The TRANSFORMERS ARMADA animated series debuts. Hasbro also launches the ARMADA toy line, featuring MINICONS, which connect to larger figures to enable new features. MINICONS were a bit hit with a new generation of young fans.

•Hasbro re-issues TRANSFORMERS GENERATION: 1 toys exclusively at Toys R Us.


•Hasbro introduces the first-ever TRANSFORMERS UNICRON toy based on one of the most evil TRANSFORMERS characters ever! UNICRON is also voted one of the top 12 toys of the year by Toy Wishes.

•TRANSFORMERS ALTERNATORS toy line is introduced, featuring authentic looking licensed vehicles that change into familiar characters.


•TRANSFORMERS CELEBRATE ITS 20TH ANNIVERSARY. From Hasbro's action figures to the animated series, comic books, and video games, a new generation of kids have discovered the thrills of the TRANSFORMERS saga.

•The TRANSFORMERS ENERGON theme is introduced, along with new TRANSFORMERS ALTERNATORS vehicles and new toys from the TRANSFORMERS UNIVERSE line, a collection of the best TRANSFORMERS toys from years past.

•Hasbro introduces a 20th Anniversary special version of the heroic OPTIMUS PRIME robot as a fan-requested tribute to the original 1984 toy.


•The TRANSFORMERS CYBERTRON line is introduced by Hasbro, featuring CYBER KEYS that unlock weapons and new features within each figure.

•Hasbro announces that together with DreamWorks and Paramount Pictures, they will bring the TRANSFORMERS saga to the “big screen” on July 4, 2007 with a live-action, feature film directed by Michael Bay (Armageddon, The Rock, Bad Boys I and II) and executive produced by Steven Spielberg and Hasbro’s COO, Brian Goldner. Produced by Don Murphy, Tom DeSanto, Lorenzo di Bonaventura and Ian Bryce. Story by Roberto Orci & Alex Kurtzman and John Rogers. Screenplay by Roberto Orci & Alex Kurtzman. The film stars Shia LeBoeuf, Josh Duhamel, Bernie Mac, Tyrese Gibson, Megan Fox, Jon Voight and John Turturro.

•New comic book licensee, IDW Publishing, re-launches a new line of TRANSFORMERS comics.


•Production begins on the live action feature film and the anticipation in the fan community builds exponentially.

•The TRANSFORMERS CLASSICS toy line is released by Hasbro, featuring a selection of favorite characters from Generation: 1 with new designs and re-colorations. Characters in the line include MEGATRON, OPTIMUS PRIME, ASTROTRAIN and BUMBLEBEE.

•The animated TRANSFORMERS movie (1986) is re-released on a commemorative DVD from Sony BMG.


•Hasbro unveils its new TRANSFORMERS toy line, based on the live action movie from DreamWorks and Paramount Pictures, with the release of all-new action figures, games and role play toys.

•TRANSFORMERS toys and merchandise is set to go on sale June 2.

•For the first time ever, BotCon will be held in Providence, Rhode Island, near Hasbro’s hometown on June 28 through July 1.

July 4, 2007

•The TRANSFORMERS movie is released in theaters!!!

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"Age of Empires III: The WarChiefs will engage gamers of all ages and types in epic warfare in the Americas where they will lead the proud, playable native civilizations to expand their empire and fight for control of the Americas."

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