Reviews and Problems with Transformers: Decepticons
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4 April 2011
Summary: If you've ever wondered what the 3D platformers of the late 1990s would look like with contemporary stereoscopic technology, then you need look no further than Rayman 3D. Unfortunately, a snazzy handling of this new technology is the only surprise it provides, and veteran players might balk at the...
Pros: Great gameplay variety, Admirable 3D effects, Loads of replay value
Cons: It's yet another port of Rayman 2, Frame rate occasionally stutters when playing in 3D, Adjusted difficulty makes the game too easy
Excerpt: After so many years of saving princesses, defeating evil and eating vegetables, some gamers desperately want to play the role of a villain for a change. Sure, being a hero is great, but in every hero’s heart beats the soul of someone who, just once or twice, doesn’t want to do the right thing and...
Excerpt: More than meets the eye Of all the toys I had when I was a kid, Transformers were the favourite. I had dozens of them. The original Jazz, Starscream, Optimus Prime and more. I really wanted Megatron (the pistol version, not the pants Cybertron Glider or the second generation Tank thing) but alas...
Pros: Great online mode. Voice over. It’s Transfomers!
Cons: A bit repetitive. Onscreen action can get confused
Conclusion: Rayman 3D ist immer noch ein sehr gutes Jump’n’Run, von dem sich auch viele aktuelle Games eine Scheibe abschneiden können. Selbst nach zwölf Jahren zieht das Abenteuer einen in seinen Bann, dem abwechslungsreichen Gameplay und den schönen Umgebungen sei Dank.