Transformers Dark of the Moon Game Review – Another series from the movie Transformers means another game for the series Transformers. Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, and the other robots in disguise have been the fans for many and the this game has done justice to these characters but unfortunately the Transformers Dark of the Moon is not the right kind of game. Transformers Dark of the Moon is a third person shooting game.
– Crashing into enemies and sending them flying is fun
– Each Transformer has unique abilities.
– Dated visuals
– Strange vehicle physics
– Repetitive campaign.
Transformers: Dark of the Moon, is the latest Xbox 360 video game which is all set to be released on June 2011. The Transformers: Dark of the Moon video game holds the same name that of the prequel to the film Transformers: Dark of the Moon movie.
The Transformers Dark of the Moon video game is available both in PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions and the Transformers Dark of the Moon PlayStation 3 version and the Transformers Dark of the Moon Xbox 360 versions is been developed by High Moon Studios who previously developed Transformers: War for Cybertron.
The revelation of the Transformers Dark of the Moon video game was first revealed on February 12, 2011 along the release of the trailer for the game. The Transformers Dark of the Moon WII version, Transformers Dark of the Moon Nintendo DS version, and Transformers Dark of the Moon Nintendo 3DS versions were developed by Behaviour Interactive.
Transformers Dark of the Moon holds seven chapters in which each chapter in the game focuses on different Transformer. If the gamer is in the robot form, the weapons and abilities of the robot are unique and variegated which leads the gamer a power packed action game in all chapters. Most of the time is spend in rolling the way and killing the generic robots in the opposite faction. All is the same and in few instances you will have to try things differently.
The worse part is that you will be fighting the same kind of actions in the same environment. There is nothing much great about the game and the best part of the game Transformers Dark of the Moon is that, the game Transformers Dark of the Moon has a feature called Stealth Force. The Stealth Force of the game which is the most important feature of the game combines these two forms to play to create a sort of hybrid that allows the use of weapons in robot mode while maintaining the agility of vehicle mode.
When you need to cover a major portion of the ground, then the vehicle form is the best option you can opt for. The controls of the vehicle forms are really awkward, cars and trucks are slippery and seem to pivot from a central point, as if their wheels aren’t actually touching the ground. The controls of the game are one of the most disappointing point of the game.
Talking about Bumblebee, when it takes the robot form, it takes speed in the roads and you do not feel that you are riding a heavy vehicle but it feels that you are riding a light weight vehicle.
Simply the Transformers Dark of the Moon game can be said that the game is the same as the previous one and the seventh chapter of the game is the worse part of the game. The seventh chapter is very short and leaves the feeling that there is nothing to resolve in the game.
PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 Developers : High Moon Studios
Wii, 3DS, NDS Developers : Behaviour Interactive
Publishers : Activision
Engine : Unreal Engine 3
Platforms : Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox 360
Transformers Dark of the Moon Release dates
North America – June 14, 2011
Europe – June 24, 2011
Australia – June 29, 2011
Genres : Third-person shooter
Transformers Dark of the Moon Ratings
PlayStation, Xbox 360
– ESRB: T
– PEGI: 12
Wii, 3DS, NDS
– ESRB: E10+
– PEGI: 7
– Blu-Ray Disc
– Game Card
– Wii Optical Disc