Which TF portable game?

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  1. NotFastEnuff

    NotFastEnuff I'm a smartass...

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    Pretty much as the title states. Which is the better platform, DS or PSP? Thanks.

    BTW: Kmart has the DS versions on sale for $20.
     
  2. MegaMoonMan

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    From what I've heard, the DS version is the better game, but I've also heard they are both pretty rotten.
     
  3. Hook

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    DON'T get the PSP version . You will hate yourself for doing so.
     
  4. CrypticIllusionist

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    I haven't played the PSP version so I can't make any comparison, but I have the DS Autobots version and personally feel that it's an awesome game.
     
  5. wisher

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    check ign they have some clips of gameplay for the PSP
     
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    I've played the Ds game and for a Ds game the graphics are impressive.
     
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    Neither, save your money.
     
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    What? The DS version rules! Who can pass up making their own Autobot or Decepticon? It's an awesome game!
     
  9. DevilzFan

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    For handheld, definately DS. PSP is okay, but it'll make you pull your hair out quite frequently.
     
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    I got the PSP version, it SUCKS!!!!
     
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    I got both DS versions AND I saved my money. ;) 
     
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    OK, done. After watching a couple, I'm suddenly less annoyed by the little glitches I've seen in the DS version. What was Bumblebee doing half the time in the "Float Like Bumblebee, Sting Like a Robot" video? His leg seemed to be having a small seizure whenever he stood still.
    The hand-to-hand combat didn't look like anything too special either, granted it's not too much in the DS version either (unless you pick up some environment items to use as weapons).
    Anyhoo...I recommend the DS version.
     
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    Highly recommending the DS version. Very fun in terms of the DS/GBA library, decently engaging storylines, and some replay value.

    PSP game has its moments, but I found they were altogether too short and not frequent enough in relation to its more "how the hell did this get through testing" moments.
     
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    The DS versions are very fun.
     
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    1161 and 1162? :wink: 
     
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    The DS game looks so good I almost went out and bought one just to play it.

    The PSP game is not a system seller.
     
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    If you like funky controls, random collisions and a drunk camera, by all means get the PSP version. :p 
     
  18. MasterOfPuppets

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    Fo sho. :thumb 
     
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    :lol 

    For my answer, I hear bad things about the PSP game and the DS titles are getting praised. The DS game is pretty much Grand Theft Auto with giant robots, not only does this make for a cooler and more expansive game but it incorporates the whole point of Transformers: disguise. Everything I heard about the PSP game just says it's a poor 3rd person shooter.
     
  20. DaggersRage

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    I hate to say it.... PSP version is not that hot. The DS version does sound like it's a fun experience though, although I havent seen the DS in action.
     

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