- Summary: Based on a similar storyline, the DS game challenges younger gamers with strategy based gameplay and epic one-on-one 3D battles. The game alternates between two modes: strategic moves and 3D battle sequence. The game includes over 50 characters from both Earth and Cybertron universes.
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Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark - Announcement Trailer
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Feb 5, 2016I'm so glad I borrowed and didn't buy this.
*Uninspiring* would probably sum this game up best, as the awful map game graphics suddenlyI'm so glad I borrowed and didn't buy this.
*Uninspiring* would probably sum this game up best, as the awful map game graphics suddenly become pretty excellent for the fights... which are then incredibly boring. I don't know why the whole fight sequence isn't skippable like Fire Emblem or Advance Wars - that at least would have sped up the battles.
So how does it play?
Well, you have some robots on the screen and they then have to beat up/destroy the enemy robots, in a Fire Emblem fashion, only, more robots appear out of thin air instead of letting you just win the damn level, and when it's finally over, the story pushes you from one battle to the next, without giving any reason for you to actually care what's going on.
The fact that you change sides during the game at the developer's whim serves only to further agitate, as you'll go from kicking butt with Bumblebee in one level, to having to kill/beat him down in the next.
I can honestly only recommend players to avoid this insipid waste of time and play something with at least a little heart.… Expand
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