Reviews and Problems with Transformers: Dark of the Moon
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Transformers: Dark of the Moon
2 September 2013
Summary: Before the review begins, I feel it's my duty to warn anybody who considers purchasing this -- there's barely any mention of the Moon at all. In fact, the Moon appears in the campaign's end credits more than it appears in the game itself. Transformers: Dark of the Moon is a big lie.
Excerpt: Since I started writing for gamerstemple.com about six years ago, I’ve taken on the role of the Transformers go-to guy. If a movie, DVD or game starring the robots in disguise came out during that time period, you can bet I was the one to review it. This didn’t always fare to well, as Transformers games that are actually good are few and far between.
What do Optimus Prime and Stephen Colbert Have in Common?
17 July 2011
Conclusion: The game was rushed, plain and simple. No one expected High Moon Studios to pull off a miracle in a year but I did expect a bit more polish. If you want a great Transformers game, check out War for Cybertron , it's also a fraction of the price.
PS3/X360 Review - 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon'
2 July 2011
Summary: Transformers: Dark of the Moon allows players to fight through the battles on Earth that will shape the events of the upcoming film. Armed with a brand-new gameplay mechanic, fans will harness the power of Stealth Force to instantly convert to a third, hybrid state that combines the weapons and firepower of robot mode with the agility and maneuverability of vehicle mode.
Summary: The problem with most movie tie-in games is a simple lack of time. Developers will have about a year to make a game from scratch, awaiting assets and then approval from studios every step of the way. However, following on from last year’s War for Cybertron, developers High Moon Studios already had a working Transformers engine, so surely we could expect an engaging game to tie into Michael Bay’s latest explode-athon? Well, sort of.
Summary: Son, voix, musique… Sans être remarquable, le titre se débrouille tout de même assez bien de ce côté. Lors de bataille intense, une musique d’ambiance se collera parfaitement à l’action tandis que dans les moments plus discrets, une petite musique se glissera comme par magie. Le doublage est correct (voix entièrement en français), sachant qu’il doit être tout de même dur de doubler… un robot!
Pros: -Bon petit scénario -Bonne bande-son
Cons: -Très court -Clipping, aliaising et texture grossière, en voici en voilà!