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Submitted by ctrlrz 1861d ago | review

Fairchild 6 Review: Transformers War For Cybertron

Should players eager to watch another Transformers story forgo Transformers: War For Cybertron? No, it has entertainment value in the telling of a story. Should they expect to have fun? Yes, but it’s a forgettable experience that will be easily outmatched by any number of titles of marginally “above average” caliber later in the year also. Was the game designed to be a digital juggernaut? Hardly, and it made no attempts or claims at being such a title, so in its own way it can be considered a rock solid game made by a valiant effort from High Moon Studios, but it seems they set their objective goals to create a game that would fetch a score of between 5 and 7 because the things done wrong aren’t so easily skirted.

Shawn Gordon of Fairchild 6 breaks down what's right and wrong in the review of this game. (PC, PS3, Transformers: War for Cybertron, Wii, Xbox 360) 6.9/10

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