So here's the deal: List your top ten games of whatever. It can be by genre, franchise or theme (ie: Fighting games, Zelda Games, zombie games). There just has to be something tying them together beyond just "Top ten games... ever". Also, we'll use the standard 1 is the best, 10 being least best. I'll start: Top ten Transformers Games: 10. Beast Wars (Playstation). The first Beast Wars game was not very complex, but it did have fairly large levels and at least you got to play as the characters from the show and it even had both Maximal and Predacon modes, which was rare at the time. 9. Transformers: Dark of the Moon. Not a bad game, but the weaponizer mode gimmick was more of a hinderance than a help. 8. Transformers (Playstation 2, Japan). So far the only dedicated G1 game, it suffers from some major flaws, bad control and near impossible difficulty (even on easy) you might wonder why I put it on this list? No, it's not cause I'm a geewunner, it's the visuals. Visually, the game is great. The cinematics were amazing for the time and even the in game models were pretty decent. But I have to admit, I've never laughed so hard at a flying Walkman in my life. 7. Transformers (2007, multiple platforms). This game was also visually well done and had good play and controls. Flying missions using Blackout felt like you were really attacking the base at the beginning of the movie and even the driving sections with Bumblebee and Barricade were well done. 6. Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (multiple platforms). The movie may have been the worst of the live action films, but it's easily the best so far in the movie games. Taking all the best parts from the first movie game with an expanded roster of characters and even being able to use some G1 skins in single player, Reveng of the Fallen one upped it's 2007 counterpart. 5. Transformers Beast Wars Transmetals (N64). A far better BW game than it's 1998 predecessor, this one featured almost all of the characters from the show, even a few as hidden characters. And the fighting game format seems to lend itself to the franchise better than PFS since you don't need to make up an army of endless drone characters. 4. Transformers Beast Wars Transmetals (Playstation). You might be wondering why I listed this twice. Well it's because the difference between the PSx and the N64 versions is like two totally different games. Sure, they're still BW and they're still fighting games, but that's about where the similarities end. The PSX version was the better of the two feature video clips and sounds and voices directly from the show, better battle environments and even Megatron taunting you after a victory. 3. Fall of Cybertron. Based largely on G1, but officially set in the "aligned" universe, this game had a lot of great features. Co op Escalation mode, or multiplayer vs. modes and even a decent story mode made this game fun to play and still continues to this day. Plus, once the DLCs hit for MP, it was like watching Jurassic Park directed by Michael Bay with robot dinosaurs killing each other everywhere. And that's just plain fun. 2. War For Cybertron. Many of the same features from this one carried over to it's sequel, but FoC seemed to nerf them a bit. The truly disappointing thing in FoC was the lack of an Escalation level that could be played solo. WFC has that in Pulse (the Trypticon level). Also, the game play seemed a bit smoother in this one allowing more abilities to be used at once. 1. Transformers (Playstation 2). This game based on the Armada line still to this day has some of the best visuals and game play of any TF game. From it being the first TF game to use cloaking, to the endless possibilities with the minicon loadouts, this game has a LOT of replay value. And the Tidal Wave sequence is still one of the best Transformation sequences ever to be animated. So anyway, that's it. You can either discuss this list or start a new one of your own favorites. Enjoy and have fun.