Summary: I don't know about this product. I guess you need more cordination then I have to play this game easily. Most of the time my player is running in the wrong direction or falling off something. So I think it's difficult to use.
Can't believe they managed to make such a mediocre game out of such strong material
P. Smith "Tosk", amazon.co.uk
22 February 2011
Summary: There are certain winning combinations in both movies and games. Transformers has the winning combo of well-loved chilhood heroes and huge robots beating each other senseless. This should not go wrong (and the movie has proved this) Unfortunately, the PSP version of Transformers is a big let-down. The opening movies are pretty cool. Although the quality of the FMVs suggest that they were done in a hurry.
Conclusion: this game is averige but it is so fun! the multi player mode is brilante loads of levels all the transformers playable (some only avalble in multi player modes) grafix *** gameplay **** lifespan ***** multi player ***** very good controls are a bit tricky Ihad to change them from defalt in the end a game worth the money good game
Conclusion: when i first got the game i played hoping it would be great like the film but it wasnt it was boring the graphics completely let it down. i thought the levels were the same jump drive fly and kill some robots. the only good thing about it is the character voices. so i would recomend saving your money.!
Excerpt: I actually sent my CV through to Activision once for possible employment. They seem nice, having a back catalogue of Tony Hawks, Quake and Marvel games spanning agelessly through the years. I especially enjoyed Hulk: Ultimate Destruction, as I wielding pound after pound of devastation against an entire city, or completed my umpteenth rocket jump in Quake3Arena. I also heard they're situated in Uxbridge, which I too have heard to be a nice place.
Pros: None I can find .
Cons: Plenty, shall we begin with starters and end with desserts?