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Submitted by Wiiloveit 684d ago | review

Wiiloveit.com: Transformers Prime: The Game - DS Review

"While for the most part licensed games often fulfill the destiny stemming from their contemptible reputation, I'm never sure what to think or expect when creative control for a handheld counterpart shifts to another team. Is it that the outsourced team has an engine that will allow the game to run at a stronger capacity than what the result would be in the hands of the original team? Or does the decision more accurately reflect their (lack of) belief in the product?" -- Wiiloveit.com (Nintendo DS, Transformers Prime: The Game) 67/100

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