I know it's been discussed to death, and the conclusion that everyone came to was that, yes, "War For Cybertron" and/or "Exodus: The Official History of the War for Cybertron" are/will be in-continuity with "Transformers: Prime", and that all three are part of Hasbro's attempt at a single new, all-media-spanning continuity... But which version of events will Prime follow on from, as both "Exodus" and "WfC" cover roughly the same time period but with slightly different takes on the material (either the book happened, or the game did. Not both), and how explicit will the continuation be? Will Prime be a direct sequel to the game/book, or will the game/book just serve as a general implied history whose events are only alluded to, but never directly referenced? My personal feeling is that, most likely, Prime will follow on from Exodus rather than WfC and that the novel will only serve as a general history rather than a true prequel, with the events only being occasionally alluded to. I have a hard time believing that they would start a new series on a new network that only makes sense to the people that read an obscure (outside the fandom) novel. (Or played the game I suppose. Though as I said, I think that Exodus will prove to be the "official" version of those events.) I just don't think that this new continuity will be as "tight" as Hasbro is making it seem. I'm betting that, if anything, Prime will only serve as a continuation of WfC/Exodus in as much as "Beast Wars" was a continuation of the events of "G1". Yes, the general events happened, and they will serve as a basic history... but they will not be explicitly referenced outside of vague allusions and perhaps one or two plot points revisited sometime down the road. Thoughts, opinions... rants?