Reviews and Problems with Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
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Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
6 July 2009
Excerpt: After 2007's disappointing adaptation of the blockbuster film, Transformers games have nowhere to go but up. It's hard to believe that you can go wrong with so enticing a concept as transforming robots, but so far, it's proven elusive. Hot alongside the theatrical release of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen comes yet another game adaptation. Are a new developer and a rethought approach enough to do the concept right?
Excerpt: I don't often admit that I enjoy playing movie-games. It isn't because they are ever good, it is because I am always hoping that I will find the missing link between an excellent game and the film it is based on. I may have finally been taught a lesson thanks to Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen on the PSP.
Conclusion: With Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Vicarious Visions has delivered a mostly competent set of games, though they're not necessarily something to be proud of. The missions are repetitive and frustrating, and other nagging issues can easily fill you with a desire to give up on the adventure. On the flipside, the RPG and collection elements are addictive, and the combat can often be quite satisfying. If you're a Transformers super fan, you could do worse.
Excerpt: Az elmúlt hónapok abszolút korrekt játékátiratai (Wolverine, Monsters vs. Aliens) után azt hihetnénk, hogy a kiadók lassan felhagynak a vásárlók lehúzásával, és igyekeznek olyan programokat készíttetni a fejlesztő stúdiókkal, amelyek tényleg elszórakoztatják az egyszeri játékost. PC-n és konzolon már nem olyan rossz a helyzet, de PSP-n azért akadnak még igazi szörnyszülöttek.
Pros: + eltérő képességű robotok, + nem kötelező...