Reviews and Problems with Transformers: Fall of Cybertron
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3 January 2013
Conclusion: Since watching the original Transformers series on the desktop version of Hulu back in 2006, I’ve always wondered: what really happened to the Autobot’s home planet: Cybertron? Back in 2010, High Moon Studios started telling the tale and was briefly interrupted by the movie game of Transformers: Dark of the Moon in 2011. Fortunately, they did come back to the story and we get to see what happened when the planet fell into complete chaos.
Conclusion: Overall, this is another excellent effort from the team at High Moon Studios . The game pays homage to the franchise while providing an action-packed campaign with a capable online component. While this game may be difficult to recommend to non- Transformers fans, it is a must-have for fans.
Excerpt: It wouldn’t be hyperbolic to suggest that Transformers: War for Cybertron is the best Transformers game to date. That doesn’t necessarily speak of its quality since the popular robotic toyline and multi-billion dollar movie franchise doesn’t exactly have the strongest line-up when it comes to video game tie-ins, but that’s also not to say War for Cybertron is purely the best of a bad bunch – there’s just definite room for improvement.
Excerpt: A couple of years back, High Moon Studios really wowed us when it released Transformers: War For Cybertron , a game that really did justice for the franchise where other products – namely movies with Shia LaBeouf in them – could not. After a somewhat one-off last year with Transformers: Dark of the Moon , High Moon returns to that territory this week with Transformers: Fall of Cybertron , a sequel that’s packed with goodness, even if there are instances where bigger...
Excerpt: Activision turned the robot-wrangling reins over to High Moon Studios for last year's Transformers: War for Cybertron, and the result was arguably the best game based in the series. With Transformers: Dark of the Moon, the same studio's back in the cockpit, delivering more bot-blasting action and a supporting prequel story that's not restricted by the upcoming movie's script. Not that many will care--Dark of the Moon's narrative's about as deep as a slab of sheet metal.
Summary: Transformers é uma marca incrivelmente conhecida. Além de brinquedos, há filmes e mesmo todo tipo de tranqueira levando a marca da franquia. Isso poderia fazer com que as adaptações para jogos seguissem a lógica comercial do “se tem a marca Transformers, vende”. Mas esse não foi o caso em War for Cybertron e, com certeza, também não é o caso de Fall of Cybertron.
Excerpt: Проекты по вселенной Transformers , выпущенные этими парнями, выглядели отлично (для фанатов серии, конечно) , особенно по сравнению с безвкусными подделками по кинолицензиям, коими нас кормили в течение очень долгого времени. Правда, культовыми они никогда не станут, по очень веским на то причинам.