Reviews and Problems with Transformers: Fall of Cybertron
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Transformers: Fall of Cybertron
2 September 2013
Summary: Transformers: War for Cybertron was one of my top multiplayer games of 2010. Something about it just worked surprisingly well, and High Moon Studios deserved oodles of kudos for providing the Transformers license with an original, structurally sound, vastly entertaining game that respected the...
Conclusion: A tale of two games, Transformers: Fall of Cybertron plods through its opening acts only to redeem itself with a strong showing at the end. Plenty of fan service will make series vets smile.
Excerpt: For years now many games that were tied in with movies have struggled to make any impression on me and other gamers whatsoever. Transformers: Fall Of Cybertron has changed my outlook on games that have movie tie-ins.
Excerpt: To be fair, all video games are products, but as I played Fall of Cybertron , I couldn't help but feel like this was completely by-the-numbers. For the most part, the game plays out as a third person shooter, although it does attempt to mix things up.
Conclusion: Fall of Cybertron is undoubtedly an improvement over an already impressive debut, yet it doesn’t feel nearly as invigorating or daring as War for Cybertron did. Small gameplay changes and visual improvements are welcome additions to War’s clever formula, but a clunky story that treads too much water...
Summary: Overall, Fall of Cybertron is still one of the better Transformer games the franchise has ever seen. If you are a Transformer fan or if you just like awesome battling robots than this is definitely one to check out.