WfC and FoC respectively saved Transformers for me....and I don't even play video games at all, lol. For me, I fell in love with the Cinematics. Indeed, it was the respective 'Movie' versions that some creative souls cut together and put on Youtube that really did it for me. I know that the Bayverse has it's fans, and I totally respect that, but for me they were a disaster. WfC by contrast immediately struck me as a story-verse that was made by people like me, a G1 era Super-nut. I loved that the game mythos did new things but still remained reverent to the franchise's classic Mythology. And Primus forgive me, but I actually like Fred Tatasciore a bit better as Megatron than Frank Welker (who I still love and cherish as Megatron!). I loved the robot designs, and especially loved being taken on 3D tours of Cybertron. And to this day, Matt Tieger's hilarious and awesomely ballz-to-the-wall interview where he talked about his drive to include the Dinobots in FoC is still a favourite of mine. What's more is that imo it was these games that showed Hasbro that they couldn't just retire G1, like they had apparently been planning to do with the Dinobots. These games also prove that you don't need human characters in this in order to create a compelling story, no matter how amusing they may be (Shia Leboef). The games may be long gone, but that Hasbro has used the term War for Cybertron along with the same FoC story premise for their recent toy line... is the former's epitaph written in Alien steel! Happy Anniversary WFC and FoC, and may Primus bless Matt Tieger and his talented crew! Thank you all for sharing your joy and genius with us!