The series pleases on a visual level as well. The animation has gotten even better since season one; many things seemed to have improved, from textures, character details and even the smallest details. Battle damage appears on the bodies of the Transformers as they fight, leading to scenes where we see them having repairs done to them to get rid of the battle damage.
Transformers Prime: Season Two is presented in a beautiful 1.78:1 aspect ratio in 1080p resolution. The images are very crisp and clear. With enhanced image quality compared to the regular DVD release, the colors and details in the CG models of the show are more visually appealing. The audio is presented in 5.1 surround sound that fills up the speaker system very nicely. The audio adds an atmospehere to the episodes easily lost on basic two-speaker setups, almost making it a necessity to have the enhanced sound. Combined, these allow you to be easily submerged into the world of Transformers Prime and make you forget that it’s a TV show.
The Blu-ray has two special features. The first is a recap of season two, with interviews from the producers and directors of the show. They go over many aspects of the show, going into the details of the story, early concept art, and how some events in the series go on longer than planned. The second feature is an interview between Larry King and the voice of Optimus Prime himself, Peter Cullen.
Transformers Prime: Season Two keeps the action going strong, the story compelling and the excitement stronger than ever. Regardless if you’ve seen season two during its time on the air, or have been waiting for this release, it is well worth the purchase price. Definitely a must for any Transformers fan as you keep the opportunity to go back and see your favorite scenes over and over again.
Transformers Prime Season Two releases on DVD November 20 and on Blu-ray November 27.