Summary: I gave this and also the Kung-fu panda cartridge to my 6 years old son. And this is the one he choose to play all the time on his DS..... From my point of view, graphics could be little more elaborated and some steps of the game should come followed by instructions (my son took a while to discover how to scan a car until his 3 years older cousin discover how to do it)....
Summary: I'm not a crazy Transformers fan. As a kid I grew up watching them occasionally. I did like the movie and the Wii game so I decided to add to my DS collection. Since the game was released prior to the movie, it varies from the storyline slightly. (Which is fine because sometimes you think you know what's coming and you're way off.
Summary: My son loves this game. He really enjoys the fact that he gets to be a transformer, which he created with his own name and he can scan and be other vehicles of his choice. You can choose from various vehicles both land and air, once you scan and unlock them. this game is very different from the Wii version since you only play the Autobot side, but you also have the parts where you play your own customized Autobot. My son really has a blast with the game.
Summary: Most "movie-based-games" are lamer than "game-based-movies" but TFA did deliver. I have to admit. The whole questing to level-up aspect gives the side missions some respect, but it's easier to hunt down enemy bots, or pick just easy missions and keep replaying them. Pros: You get to transform and kill things...How is this game rated E10+?
Summary: This game was made by the same developer who did the highly praised Nintendo DS Spiderman 3 movie tie-in title and once again, they've done an excellent job. You start out as a no-name Transformer who comes to earth in Cybertronian form (i.e. the form from your native alien home world for those of you who are new to Transformers). From there you are presented with a series of challenges (missions) which take you through the controls of the game.