Summary: Parents need to know that while Transformers: War for Cybertron is violent, it is a sci-fi brawler between robots. In this war between machines, you can shoot at or whack enemies and watch as they explode, but there is no blood or gore.
Summary: Transformers: War for Cybertron is this year’s Batman: Arkham Asylum. Comparing 40-foot-tall robots to a man promenading in a bat suit may seem like a stretch, but the excessive levels of fan service, understanding of what the licenses have to offer, and the desire to create experiences that attract...
Excerpt: I'm not sure that a genuine, unbiased critical evaluation is really possible for Transformers , unless the person doing the evaluation was either born in the early '90s or didn't have a TV during the '80s.
Summary: Long before they had the touch or the power, the Autobots and Decepticons were locked in a power struggle for control over Cybertron. This brand new Activision game attempts to tell this story.
Excerpt: It's packed to the rafters with pure continuity porn, with dozens of characters, hundreds of references, and that "tch-tch-tch" transformation sound. War for Cybertron is like the Transformers: The Movie prequel that never happened.
Summary: Overall, this is the first truly fun, substantive Transformers game that succeeds in also being a love letter to fans of the Transformers universe. It isn't a quick cash-in or a movie tie-in game.
Pros: Campaign co-op, finally a good Transformers game, voice acting is spectacular.
Cons: : Multiplayer isn’t that unique or fun, color scheme makes it sometimes to see what is attacking you
Excerpt: Summary [8.0 out of 10] Filling in the back story of why the Transformers had to leave their home world, War for Cybertron fits snugly into the official cannon of Generation 1. The ten chapter campaign gives you five chapters from the Decepticon point of view and five chapters from the Autobot point...
Excerpt: On the morning of my fifth birthday, I awoke with anticipation to the sounds of my mother preparing a special breakfast in the kitchen. When I opened the door and saw an impeccably wrapped box sitting at the table where my plate normally would have been, I knew that it could contain only one thing:...