Transformers: Dark of the Moon is a third-person action game that ups the ante in the series' ongoing battle between Autobot and Decepticon. Designed as a companion game to the major motion picture of the same name, Transformers: Dark of the Moon is intended as a prequel to the events of the movie and contains a variety of game features such as: the new Stealth Force hybrid, a form that combines the weapons and firepower of robot mode with the agility and maneuverability of vehicle mode; the ultimate Decepticon assassin, Shockwave; the ability to play as either Autobot or Decepticon Transformers; three distinct character class chassis and more.
The first PS1 game I ever owned was the third-person shooter based on the Beast Wars Transformers. I was nine and at the perfect age to ignore the crappy combat and graphics in exchange for playing as my favorite Transformers characters. Like most children, I grew up to realize that many of my favorite movies, games, and shows were terrible. This has been a common problem with Transformers. For every iteration, there seems to be a show, game, or movie that only goes so far in being awesome before it falls flat. Take the Michael Bay movies, for example. While the first movie was awesome, the second one was utter and complete crap. Bay promises to make the third tolerable, but that remains to be seen. The same goes for the games. Probably the best Transformers game ever made... Read Review