Excerpt: If you’re like me, then you’ll start singing the theme tune every time you see or hear the name of the product. If the more likely scenario comes to the fore and you aren’t at all like me, you’ll probably say something along the lines of “ Transformers , huh’ I remember that.
Excerpt: Having been over two decades since the original Transformers animated movie, the long-awaited live action version is set to be the smash hit of the summer (as long as Executive Producer Steven Spielberg keeps a tight leash on the ever-disappointing Michael Bay).
Excerpt: Here’s what I want to know. In an ever expanding nebula of licenses, waiting to be made into video games, why did Transformers have to be in that number? I was pretty upset when the first TV series – the GOOD one – culminated with the motion picture which I watched with a mournful, jaded eye.
Excerpt: It only makes sense that a video game comes from all this madness, and Atari is pleased to deliver. Make no mistake, this isn't just a shameless cash run on a licensed property - it's a shameless cash run on a licensed property done right .
Excerpt: As soon as this title was announced, Transformers fans young and old began to wait with anticipation, and the fear that one of the classics of American youth entertainment might produce a flawed game. Well, Transformers fans, I can assure you that this is not the case: read the full report here.
Conclusion: Transformers doesn't break any new ground as far as shooters are concerned, but what it does, it does well. It looks better than 90% of PS2 games available and sounds good to. Even if you're not a fan, this is definitely still worth checking out.
Excerpt: Genre: Action Publisher: Atari Developer: Melbourne House Release Date: May 11, 2004 Buy 'TRANSFORMERS': PlayStation 2 Once upon a time, there was only one Transformers game. There was one Transformers TV show, as a matter of fact.