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Developer: Platinum Games
Content Rating: Teen
Optimus Prime and the Autobots face off against classic Decepticons when Megatron discovers a way to harness the enormous power of Plasma Energy to Cyberform Earth. Fueled by the Plasma Energy, the Decepticons are stronger and more powerful than ever. Can the Autobots stop them?
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Transformers Devastation is a great action game marred by a few design hiccups. Camera issues can make combat a chore, but that combat is extremely satisfying at its core. Fans of cartoons, action games, comics, Transformers, and fun will likely have a good time with Platinum’s latest. Is it the best they’ve done? No. Is it still a good time? Heck yes.
Transformers: Devastation pays incredible respect to its source material, and yet that esteem could have easily been marred by poor gameplay had publisher Activision not chosen PlatinumGames, a heralded producer of quality action titles, to develop their game. Though a dedicated fan of the original series, I do feel the $49.99 price tag is about ten dollars too steep for the amount of content the game provides. However, the heart-pounding rush of playing iconic Autobots in their classic form is real, and very hard to resist for a fan, either old or new.
Sans faire de bruit et sans être parfait, Transformers Devastation s'impose comme l'un des meilleurs jeux de la licence. Épaulée par une réalisation de qualité, l'aventure se montre suffisamment divertissante et percutante pour qu'on en garde un bon souvenir. Sans ce copier-coller incessant de décors et d'ennemis, le jeu d'Activision aurait été encore plus séduisant. Il est également regrettable qu'aucun mode multijoueur ne soit de la partie.