After a thousand different people, making a million different posts on the subject. I don't understand how people still do not understand that over the past 25 years Transformers has followed various storylines and completely separate continuities. In the last 25 years there have been at least 7 different US animated series since G1 (Beast Wars, Beast Machines, Armada, Energon, Cybertron, Animated, and Prime), more comic variations than I can keep track of, 3 movies, and even a video game with a unique take on the Transformer's history. Yet just to use the newest iterations as an example there is always somebody complaining that Transformers Prime or now Fall of Cybertron got something wrong, because it wasn't that way in G1. For example the Dinobots being on Cybertron in Fall of Cybertron. Personally I am impressed that the developers are at least using the backstory that Shockwave studied life on Earth, saw the power in the primal beast forms, and gave said beast forms to Cybertronians. It is quite a nod to the intelligence of their fans to provide that, rather than just say "hey we threw Dinobots into the game just to increase the wow factor, so that we will sell more copies." However, there are still numerous complaints about how Dinobots can't be on Cybertron, because they were made by Ratchet and Wheeljack on Earth, blabbity blabbity blabbity. Please loosen your grip on G1 people yes it started it all, and just about every series uses some elements of G1 as a baseline, but they should also be allowed their own creative process. Am I the only one that can't understand why people want everything to be a carbon copy of G1? Any thoughts are appreciated, and I did not mean to offend if you are one of those people who complains when a new series does something different from G1.