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Activision finds UK's biggest Transformers fan


8:40 AM on 06.24.2010
Activision finds UK's biggest Transformers fan photo



To celebrate the launch of Transformers: War for Cybertron in Britain, evil publisher Activision launched a contest to find the country's biggest Transformers fan. You could argue that this is only tenuously linked to videogames, and by posting this I might as well do reviews of Toy Story 3 and post about Gundam, but I have a counterpoint...

Just look at that header image and tell me it's not the most amazing picture ever? That's a real boy! His name's Jack Gaughan, he lives in Glasgow, and he's twelve-years-old. The scary thing is, I don't think he is the biggest fan, he's probably just the best looking one they found. Oh, and he looks like Norman from Fireman Sam.

That's all I wanted to say, really. War for Cybertron is out in the US, and coming to the UK on Friday. Make sure you check out our review so you can bitch about the score and whine that I liked it better than Final Fantasy XIII!






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