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Submitted by Lucario 686d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: Transformers Prime: The Game (Wii U) Review

DHGF: Transformers Prime: The Game is, at its core, fully functional as action game with some platforming elements, and also consists of some very solid driving sequences. On the other hand, combat is very simplistic and repetitive, and the driving segments suffer from the lack of precision that motion based gaming often provides. The entirety of the game is presented as an episode of the cartoon its based on and although its visuals are not as impressive as what I believe the Wii U system can do, it’s serviceable and at least captures the aesthetic of the show. The soundtrack and the voiceovers are really what steal the show here, as everything else is very run of the mill in regards to the genres it shares its ideas with. Fans of the show will benefit most from taking Transformers Prime for a spin, though everyone else can safely pass on this or settle for a rental given the low mileage in content. (Transformers Prime: The Game, Wii U) -

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