Summary: I loved this game when I was younger but lost it on vacation and was really sad for awhile but now that I bought it again I feel like my childhood is back. Overall it's an amazing game and I think everyone should have it.
Summary: I purchased this game for my son, knowing that the game box was not going to be included. The price was great ($3.90). The shipping was actually listed for more than the game itself ($3.99), but the total price was still good so I went ahead with the order. I was then quite surprised to see a regular, #10 envelope with a $.46 stamp, hand-addressed to me arrive in my mailbox. I opened it to find the game cartridge wrapped in a piece of computer paper & newspaper.
Summary: Transformers: Decepticons was a great game, especially since it shows the game/story from the "bad guys" perspective. An open-ended sandbox with missions available to progress the game, it was quite enjoyable save for the few cases where I hit a mission that I could never seem to beat and it took me reading a walk through to actually beat them. So if you like an open sandbox, you'll love it.
Summary: Wow! This is a ds game? Well, first of all, this is amazing! I have to say, this is one of the best games ever made for a ds! You really need to get this game. You can find a car to scan that is super fast, then, fly around and crash into cars! Then, if you like to cause trouble, transform and blow stuff up! Now just wait for the cops to show up to attempt to blow you off the planet! Well, I am just saying that this game is AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!
Summary: Transformers: Decepticons is a neat game, if difficult. Story: A variation on the movie, the story of Transformers: Decepticons is pretty neat. Various plot elements (e.g. Barricade chasing Bumblebee) are in the movie as well as the game, while others (e.g. Megatron's weapons chip being stolen) are not in the movie, but are in the game. Though the plot bounces around a bit, it's still pretty neat.