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AWESOME New Transformers Movie DVD Promotion!

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Perceptor at 2007-10-06 5:34 pm
This is the coolest movie promotion I have EVER seen!  Or in this case, heard!.  Check out the Transformersmovie.com and click on the one of the links that says, "Help Optimus Prime call your Friends!"  By doing this you can send a personalized message from (Peter Cullen) Optimus Prime himself.  Fandom, this is seriously cool!  Give it a try!  OR you can push "Suit Yourself" for a personalized picture of you as a Transformer!

Either way, it's seriously fun!  Special thanks to Evelyn for pointing this out to me! ;)

Comments
Jumpercliff said,  - 2007-10-06 18:05:57
Now that's something of an unexpected greeting.
Starscream/Ty said,  - 2007-10-06 18:13:17
THATS SO COOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I just did it with my friend John.
TriPredRavage said,  - 2007-10-06 18:37:03
That suit yourself thing was interesting to say the least. It's pretty cool, but I thought it was gonna customize you into somebody original or something. Oh well, it was still pretty funny to see my face on the TFs' bodies.

By the way, I just saw the movie on IMax last night, it was quite possibly the most amazing thing I've ever seen. Just throwing that out there in case you hadn't gotten around to seeing it yet.
Jason said,  - 2007-10-06 20:26:31
Wow, that's addictively fun. I just sent one to almost everyone I know. Good times. Thanks Evelyn! What fun.
Rhinox said,  - 2007-10-07 05:25:51
lol,suit yourself is awesome.
Perceptor said,  - 2007-10-07 08:59:23
"Suit yourself" is okay. I imagine it took an inordinate amount of programming. But WOW the personalized message from Optimus Prime is off the hizzle! I dig it huge and have sent out about 30 of those messages!

It's particularly amusing to hear in Peter Cullen's voice say, your real friend's name, for example, "Sonya... be cautious with your so called lover, William!... Now going by the Transformers name, Bonecrusher!" etc...

Hilarious!
Starscream/Ty said,  - 2007-10-07 09:08:56
I know, Perceptor! I tried the message from OptimusPrime too! Funny!
Overhaul said,  - 2007-10-07 12:20:38
The message was awesome... my only complaint is that I couldn't save it as a .wav file.
The suit yourself up was interesting, although it didn't work too well for me. For some reason, it gave me brown hair, and it didn't look that great with me kind of facing to one side of the camera slightly. Oh well.
Starscream/Ty said,  - 2007-10-07 12:50:20
Hey Overhaul, with the message one you can just record it.
Master Dex said,  - 2007-10-07 13:23:38
Starscream is correct, if you send it to a phone it can be recorded (I don't know the details of your phone though), from e-mail you can boost the volume and use Windows Sound Re corder to copy it. Should turn out ok.

I loved that thing though, I sent one to a friend back home, my parents, and I'm going to send it to a few of the people in my dorm.
Starscream/Ty said,  - 2007-10-07 14:05:00
Dorm? Does that mean you live in a dorm right now? MasterDex. If so, do you use a laptop?
Master Dex said,  - 2007-10-07 14:42:36
Yes Starscream, technically it is a residence hall, but a dorm nonetheless. Also yes, I am using a laptop right now. I have a desktop at home which I used more before I left for school though. My laptop is a good computer though (actually it is better than my Desktop because the laptop is new, and the desktop is 5 years old), the only downside is Windows Vista which is not that bad, but as a new OS it has a lot of flaws.
Planetsuz said,  - 2007-10-07 20:59:37
This was the coolest thing ever. I sent the message to my brother's cell phone. He called me within two minutes in completely glee to say he'd just received a call from Optimus Prime. Then, of course, I had to send one to myself.

Optimus Prime said my name! It's a childhood dream come true.

http://quotableoptimusprime.blogspot.com
Starscream/Ty said,  - 2007-10-08 08:30:09
I want Starscream to say my name!
megagalvacron said,  - 2007-10-08 11:19:14
DAMMIT! i'm canadian:( curse you Hasbro! make contests for us too.
Stevie said,  - 2007-10-10 09:28:45
Is this the same as Simpsonizing?
Roboticus said,  - 2007-10-10 15:12:44
And what about Blu-Ray?
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