Transformers Prime: More metal-crunching action from the titanic transformers
Prepare for combat as the Transformers tread on ‘Dangerous Ground’ in their new DVD release
The battle between the Autobots and the Decepticons rages on in the latest installment of the action packed series Transformers Prime: Dangerous Ground, produced by Hasbro Studios, out on DVD from 18th February 2013 in the UK.
Follow Optimus Prime, Arcee, Ratchet and the rest of the awesome Autobots as they come face to face with some of their toughest challenges yet, including some ferocious new characters.
The bio-mechanical aliens have to contend with a new evil in the form of Starscream. Having taken over as leader of the Decepticons in the wake of Megatron’s supposed death, he’s proving a powerful force to be reckoned with. Not happy with the respect he’s getting from his own troops, Starscream awakens Skyquake, a legendary Decepticon warrior, to join his ranks and boister his sinister status.
On Earth, the Autobots travel on a scouting mission where they face dangerous perils which see Optimus and Arcee stranded in the Artic. Meanwhile Bulkhead’s old friend Wheeljack sends a message to the Autobots, which is intercepted by the Decepticons who capture Wheeljack and send in a spy to the Autobot base. Will Wheeljack escape unscathed.
This DVD features five episodes giving fans more than two hours of action and adventures as the Transformers face their most epic battles to date.
Available from all major retailers from February 18th 2013. It is also available for digital download.
Title: Transformers Prime: Season One – Dangerous Ground
Run time: 147 mins approx.
Genre: Kids animated TV series
RRP DVD: £10.99
I decided to watch Transformers Prime: Dangerous Ground with my daughter when she wasn’t busy with anything else because she doesn’t sit still for long if she wants to do something or something is in the back of her mind.
I played the DVD and she was hooked from the very beginning. She has seen a Transformers Prime DVD before so she recognised the characters straight away. She was glued as soon as she saw the cute little snappy metal creatures although she did get a little worried when they opened their mouths and had great big sharp teeth and they started trying to eat the Autobots.
From that point on she stayed on the sofa and continued watching the whole DVD.
She really liked it and has asked for it to be played several times since.
I would definitely recommend this for anyone that has kids, whether it be boys or girls they will all love it. With lots of adventure and good versus evil we think it is great.