Transformers: The Game (2007)

Video Game   |  Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi


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This game consists of decepticons flying and autobots rolling out.

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Director:

Jon Burton

Writers:

Flint Dille, John Zuur Platten

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29 July 2013 | swedzin
7
| Better than the film.
First of all, this game is based upon Michael Bay's film version of Transformers (2007), and I've got to be honest, Bay ruined the good old idea about giant alien robots… But, I am not going to rant here about it, if you want to read my ranting, go see my review about all three Bay's "Transformers" films. Now, I think this game depicted the idea of the film far more better. No, really, check it, I mean it's the same story, Allspark is on earth, autobots and decepticons are here to find it, they need Sam's help… but in this game, the plot revolves around the robots, not humans, and I think this is the best reason why this game is better than films. Well, that was pretty obvious, but still better idea. Now, you can choose to be autobot, or decepticon. The game play is pretty easy, I mean with every of them… Bumblebee, Optimus, Ironhide, Jazz, Megatron, Starscream, Barricade… really it's easy and pretty playful. Peter Cullen voiced Optimus and Frank Welker voiced Megatron… I can tell you right away, the game creator Jon Burton is definitely a G1 cartoon fan. Thank you, Jon, for bringing back that good old 80s element in the game. Shia LeBeouf and Megan Fox also voiced Sam and Mikaela and to mention Keith David voicing Barricade… he was awesome. The missions are pretty fun, but they can be tiresome sometimes, maybe because you can't save and you need to search for energon cubes all over the entire level, and sometimes you need to chase other robots around the area. Levels are big and pretty spacious and they are well designed. The sound effects are good, graphics are very beautiful, but I think that the music score is very, very awesome, pretty thrilling on some occasions, sometimes dark, or heroic, very good score.

So, overall, I recommend this game and enjoy yourself.


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Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi

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Release Date:

19 June 2007

Language

English


Country of Origin

UK, USA

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