Another Cancelled Transformers Game - Megatron Model

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  1. B u m b l e b e e

    B u m b l e b e e Bumblebee

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    This piece of work comes from Phil McClenahgan, who created this model of Megatron for a cancelled Transformers project. The image below reveals that this potential game would have been based on G1, with super-deformed aesthetic. I will also link the website from which this was found. Cheers! :) 
    https://www.artstation.com/artwork/zxE3Q

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  2. Charlock

    Charlock I miss Jeremy Bulloch and Jason Wingreen.

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    I can't say I'm that heartbroken that yet another "SD'ed" project got scrapped. I'd be really happy to see that design type fall by the wayside forever.
     
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    unknown456 Not-So-New Bot On The Block

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    Well, makes me curious about what the game would've been.
     
  4. Novaburnhilde

    Novaburnhilde シン・ブリュンヒルド

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    Awww, that's a good model.

    It looks like I would've liked this game given the aesthetic they were going for. Shame that it was canceled.
     
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  5. Arvegtor

    Arvegtor Aerialbot

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    It makes me feel sad because of how many TF games were not made and even more that were made, but are gone now. Just imagine the next generation of fans being puzzled by stories about a repetitive money-grabbing screwup TF Legends being a huge success and about dozens of other games they'll never play or even see (it's already very hard to research such obscure games as "Transformers The Live" or "Transformers for Gree" and some other things rely on several youtube accounts staying alive).