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Submitted by Lucario 708d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: Transformers Prime: The Game (3DS) Review

DHGF: Transformers Prime: The Game is your typical 3D licensed platformer. It’s a mostly inoffensive linear affair that suffers from not receiving enough time, money or quality put into it. The story is a paint by numbers affair with an homage to an obscure G1 toy that was prominent in the original comic book series. The visuals are hit or miss (great cut scenes, terrible in-game visuals) and it’s nice to see the voice actors for all the characters playing their parts and giving it their all here. Unfortunately the game is too short (four hours or less), too linear and suffers from bad input detection and a terrible camera for it to be recommended at full MSRP. It’s also very easy, so only younger gamers will have any challenge getting through this, even in spite of multiple control issues. If you’re a fan of the cartoon it might be worth it to pick this up but everyone else can feel free to let this one sit on the racks. (3DS, Transformers Prime: The Game) -

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