Discussion in 'Transformers Video Game Discussion' started by Nerdicon, Jun 25, 2010.
Ask me anything about it.
What was the final boss/ending?
Does it worth the $49.99 ?
Was it bad? Any flaws? And was it worth it?
I finished it a few days ago too... it was underwhelming. Duck and snipe, duck and snipe....Railgun the big guys... steer down a road and missile lock onto jet, car, etc... Boss battles were nothing great. The Decepticon battle using Megs was easy, defending Trypticon. The Autobot end battle against Trypticon was better, but still easy, even on hard ( and I'm not an avid gamer ).
How many missions are there per campaign, and which characters do you play.
i was disappointed with the end of the Decepticon campaign, didnt even get to fight, or even SEE Prime!
i wouldnt call myself a "good" gamer but ive completed this in a few hours. very easy but i still like it as its transformers related. ill be buying the x box version really soon
Pretty dissapointing. I was expecting to be able to play the whole game as any Transformer I wanted to and to be able to transform when I wanted to. I played the Decepticon story mode and the only named Autobots that you ever fight are Ratchet and Jetfire. Everyone has the same generic weapons and in my experience the missiles are the way to go. I was excited that for once the Wii got a good title that I actually wanted to buy but I was left dissapointed. I think I'll beat it as an Autobot and then unload it. Meh.
I don't give a good goddamn.
In the Autobot campaign, the final boss is a multi-part battle against Trypticon. The Decepticon doesn't really have one, though there are more boss battles in the 'con campaign.
Honestly, unless you are a complete sucker for on-rail shooters, no. However, I say that if it drops to about $30, pick it up.
If I recall correctly, there are 8 missions per faction. The characters you play as are:
I'm really sad that people are going to judge this game from the words "rail shooter" and "Wii". I'm half way through the campaign, and it's a load of fun. It even has a challenge mode that I didn't even know about.
It's tough not to compare it to War For Cybertron. On it's own, for a Transformers on-rails shooter, it's pretty good. It's just disappointing when standing next to WFC though.
It's not that, it's just that pricing a rail shooter the same as a game where obvious work went into giving the player control of where he goes and what he does, and when he transformers, is kinda lame.
I would support it for 30 bucks. The "Wii" has nothing to do with it. In a world of Mario Galaxies and other top titles, a Rail Shooter priced at 50 bucks is a bit too steep for me to put down, for an interactive movie, which is what a lot of the ol' Sega CD games were, and I thought they were overpriced then.
Assuming rail shooters in general need less work than TPS games is just silly. Stages are put together differently, with emphasis on other things, but they don't equire any less work. If anything, the fact the enemy waves are choreographed instead of letting them navigate the levels autonomously (a feature provided by default in the unreal engine) means those require more work.
Plus in he end the PS3/360 version tunnels you pretty much the same, it just allows you to zigzag on the way.
I'm sad that they say "rail shooter" and "Wii" with a negative connotation. The Wii has some of the best rail shooters out there. My love for both rail shooters and Transformers makes this worth the price point for me, but for others, it may be too much ( I really do think, though, that if this drops to $30, everyone with a Wii on this site should buy it ).
Is there a two player mode?
I definitely want to pick this up when the price drops to $30 then. Rail Shooter TF game with a Alternate War for Cybertron Story. Righteous.
How is split screen multiplayer? Or even how is the multiplayer /co-op for this version.
Then why did you even post in this thread?
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