With a brand as large as Transformers, it is surprising how few video games have been produced for it. Further, around half of those were released solely for the Japanese market.
Generation 1 games
トランスフォーマー コンボイの謎aka "Mystery of Convoy") (Famicom)
- Transformers: Battle to Save the Earth (Commodore 64)
- トランスフォーマー ザ★ヘッドマースターズ (Transformers: The Headmasters) (Famicom Disc System)
Beast Era games
決闘 トランスフォーマー ビーストウォーズ ビースト戦士最強決定戦(Duel Fight -- Transformers: Beast Wars -- Beast Warriors' Strongest Decisive Battle) (GBC)
- Beast Wars: Transformers (PC, PS1)
トランスフォーマー ビーストウォーズ 激突！ガンガンバトル(Transformers Beast Wars Metals: Clash! Intense Battle) (Japan)
Transformers Beast Wars: Transmetals (USA) (N64, PS1)
Unicron Trilogy games
- For further information, see: Online games
Though not a Transformers game, the Konami PS2 game DreamMix TV: World Fighters - only released in Japan - features Transformers as both playable characters and cameos. Due to copyright issues, it is highly unlikely that the game will ever leave that country.
In the 90s, a game based on Generation 2 was supposedly in development for the Super NES console, but the project was dropped. It has been rumored that this project then evolved into the SNES SuperFX chip enabled game Vortex, largely due to timing and the fact that the game involved a polygon-based transforming robot.