It might have only lasted half as long as some of the other Transformers series that came after it, but Beast Machines is surprisingly entertaining and has held up well these last fifteen years. Shout! did an admirable job with this set, and for under a $0.80 an episode, it's a great buy for any Transformers fan.
Once again, Sniper Elite proves to be a really fun and engaging game, despite its numerous bugs at launch. If you can stomach the issues, there's a lot of enjoyment to be had, but Rebellion really needs to tighten up their QA problems, and maybe then they can focus on an all around more robust entry next time.
The Chef, The Actor, And The Scoundrel has some pacing and story-telling issues at times, but overall the complete film felt both unique and entertaining, making sticking with it through its weaker parts worth the effort. The Blu-ray release is pretty straight-forward, providing a fine transfer of the movie and about fifteen minutes worth of features.
A perhaps oft overlooked Transformers series, Transformers Animated provides Transformers newcomers and diehard fans alike a fun, alternate perspective on the Transformers universe. This Complete Series set is priced to sell and Shout! did another fine job in putting it all together.
If you're a fan of the series, this is obviously a good addition to your collection. However, you may be able to just rent or stream this given that it's just four episodes and you're probably not going to watch them again, although they are interesting.