Reviews and Problems with Transformers: Dark of the Moon
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26 July 2011
Summary: This game should have a price point of about $15. There is not much to it at all. The game mechanics are ok, but not great. The graphics are ok but nothing revolutionary or better than anything else. I was expecting much more given the hype around this game and it definitely falls short. There aren't very many levels and not much to do. The levels themselves are not very big. If you want to kill 10 minutes or so you can play a round and then to do something more fun.
A so-so FPS that just happened to include Transformers
George C., Amazon
7 July 2011
Summary: This game will definitely not go on to win any awards but it was a fun romp none the less. The single player campaign was over quickly after it began and the multiplayer aspect is a total mess.
Summary: While not going too in depth, i was able to beat the game in less then one night. In doing so, I attained 750/1000 gamescore points. If attaining achievements is your thing, this game serves that purpose well. Reasoning behind the low rating: -far too short singleplayer -uninteresting storyline -horrid controls for the vehicles -lack of players for multiplayer Transforming and playing as Laserbeak were the only factors why this game didn't receive a 1 star rating from...
Summary: High Moon Studios' War for Cybertron was probably the best Transformers game ever made. It's only real competition for the title was the PS2 Transformers based on the Armada series. If you took everything special about War for Cybertron and stripped it down to its basic gameplay mechanics, you'd have Dark of the Moon. High Moon Studios decided to use an element of play that really bugged me about the control in Revenge of the Fallen.
Summary: I purchased this game with hopes it would be on the scale of WFC. I was wrong! Someone said it best on facebook, it is like a striped down version of WFC. It is just like any other movie related game, seemingly rushed and not thought out. The multiplayer was horrific. I know that the game is set in various locations on earth but the scaling just did not seem quiet right in the multiplayer. The color coding of the ability enhancers was a JOKE.