You can't have your cake and eat it. Besides, what good was all the Transformers related stuff for, anyway? Most of the human stuff just ends up being about how much BETTER humans are at kicking autobot ass compared to the Decepticons in any given film in the same continuity, while the Autobots apparently now suck at hiding (Prime spontaneously becoming a shit leader who abandons them all like this situation never happened during a war he's fought for millions of years) and more screen time is wasted on three new assholes who have hardly any more development than the cast that survived DOTM. Because really, what's so fucking special about Hound? The fact he ALMOST died, yet didn't wheras previous films weren't afraid to off Autobots fairly late into their plots? Was it the fattest ballerina one liner? Please, clue me in as to why he's so much more important than Jazz ever was. Crosshairs is no different - oh, he's basically a watered down G1 Starscream except not backstabby or evil, is that all the character depth he has? And Drift? You wouldn't even know he was an ex-Decepticon if you didn't read the card back bio on his deluxe toy, which is more than the film ever bothered mentioning! EDIT: To be fair, upon consideration, at face value that it is true that AOE is transformer focused more than the other films, but only on that alone, since beyond that the focus is either on terrible characters introduced to replace existing popular ones just to artificially screw over the Autobots from being too OP from the start, or on how humanity generally seems to default to being terrible people to the robots who keep saving their asses repeatedly to the point you have to wonder why the Autobots ever gave a shit in the first place.