I have never played any Transformers game in the PSP so when I chanced upon Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen based on the hit movie, I was overly excited to download and try it out. This third-person run-and-gun shooter game is bad … and boring.
You cannot transform at will, only when you activate your special powerup move will your character be able to transform. Then you will have to watch a few seconds worth of action scene from that powerup before your character transforms back to robot mode and that’s it. You cannot manually control your chosen robot at will to transform to vehicle and back. Plus, I was pissed when I played the Demolisher character of the Decepticons. This character suddenly turns itself 180 degrees even when I did not do anything to make it turn around. Add the game’s unwieldy character movement control and this game totally sucks.
While the game follows the movie’s plot and storyline, the fact that you have to switch between Autobot and Decepticon campaign after almost every mission is accomplished is annoying. It has been only a few levels that I played this game and I totally lost my appetite for it. Transformers fans may not care what the game offers but this is a disappointing game.
Time to surf for cheat codes so I can finish this game up and go on to the next game …
I’ve seen the large Gundam statue in Japan a few months back. Now, he probably has met his match. The Chinese have unveiled a giant Optimus Prime in Beijing, no doubt to counter giant robots recently built by the Japanese.
The Transformers icon stands nearly 40 feet tall and weighs 6 tons. Fittingly, Prime was fashioned out of recycled car parts such as engines and tires. Wow … if they could make one like him, just think how good recycled parts can be if they can make more Transformers bots and have them on display.
It can be a better tourist attraction you know if they have more robots. It took five truckloads of parts to put Prime together.
Activision has provided SuperheroHype with the new gameplay trailer for “Transformers: War for Cyberton,” in development for the Nintendo DS, PC, PS3, Wii and Xbox 360.
The game features two distinct storylines: the Autobot campaign tells a story of heroism to save their home planet against overwhelming odds, and the Decepticon campaign tells a story of an unquenchable thirst for power to control the universe.
For the first time in a “Transformers” title, fans will be able to play the game with their friends through team-based online co-op, or go head to head in a variety of intense, online multiplayer game modes. The game features a sci-fi art style that introduces to fans the entire living, metallic world of Cybertron, as well as all-new visualizations of the iconic Transformers characters in their original Cybertronian forms.