Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by Shockwavers, Aug 8, 2017.
Boo! Lol jk. Thanks for sharing.
Looks like a blend of AT-ST from Star Wars with the ED 209 from Robocop.
Looks like a tank and the treads replaced with legs
The bootleg AT-ST that trips like a bootleg AT-AT.
One of the only redeeming qualities of TLK is the fact they acknowledge all the 2nd rate Star Wars knockoffs in dialogue.
Metal Gear Gecko vibes
Well, a lot of the Last Knight concepts look like they were meant for Dark Souls bosses, so why not Metal Gear too?
Neat. Anyone else want an action figure of this thing, even if it doesn't transform?
I don't even understand the point of these.
That humans are adapting more and more in response to the Cybertronian presence/threat and their evolving technology. These mechs make more sense to me on a human progress level than those KSI whats-its from AOE (thankfully Transformium wasn't even brought up in TLK, at least I don't ever recall them doing so).
But where is Robocop?
While it's a cool design, it didn't fit with the movie. I always thought it was an inconsistent representation of the progress in technology of these movies. The previous movie, humans have the capability to create cybertronian level machines, but these "sentinels" are egregiously low tech compared to AOE. consistency. That's all I want.
It's not exactly like walker tanks are uncommon in science fiction.
Agreed, but I'd honestly blame that more on AoE - I mean, where do you go from giant robots made of nanotechnology that can shapeshift into anything it's programmed to?
I think the KSI Drones could've stood to have been a little "lower tech," and make all of them but Galvatron be slow, glitchy, problematic, etc so it looks like too ambitious of an idea. This way the downgrade from man-made Transformers to walker drones makes sense. Like they were a lost cause, so technology set its sights on something more reachable.
This answer, while logical, doesn't satisfy me.
Not much of anything in TLK was satisfying.
But seeing the design concept art is neat to me, at least.
You still gotta admit, this movie took a lot from Star Wars in certain areas.
I liked these in the film
Thanks for Ripping-Off of Metal Gear\'s Bi-Pedal Tanks/Geckos
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