- Summary: The fate of the earth and the survival of the human race hang in the balance in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen: AUTOBOTS and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen: DECEPTICONS for the Nintendo DS. Gamers get to choose to protect the earth as AUTOBOTS or destroy it as DECEPTICONS, embarking on a journey where every second and every choice makes the difference between mankind’s salvation and annihilation. Take On TRANSFORMERS from Around the Globe - Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection allows players to help their side win the epic battle by engaging in global "AUTOBOT vs. DECEPTICON" competitions through downloadable challenge missions. Play as Your Own Personalized TRANSFORMERS Robot - For the first time, players can customize their own TRANSFORMERS robot with a modular body part system. Throughout the game, players have the ability to scan objects to unlock new parts and upgrade their character by installing new unlockable parts in the Medical Bay as they progress through the game. Diverse Missions and Locales - Players will drive, fly and fight their way through over 25 single player levels across different world locations as they fight to decide the fate of the human race as the AUTOBOTS or DECEPTICONS. Battle With Friends - Players can challenge friends to intense, head-to-head battles through local wireless multiplayer in Deathmatch mode. [Activision]… Expand
5SUCKS compared to the first and war for cybertron, Joe S. is right, no good. I hade MAJOR hopes for it, and it poof the instant sound wave said "You can not change your form!" this is what I say $#!t f***. Terouble MULITIPLAYER.
I was expecting, charecters- Create a bot, Megatron, Starscream, Brawl, THE Fallen and Grindor. Locations- Tranquility, Egypt, Shang Hi, and Decpeticons- Ocean floor, Autobots- Muesam to find Jetfire
Autobot charecters- Create a bot, Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Ironhide, Ratchet, and Jetfire But it is accteptible in one field, dissapointing it's players.… Expand
JoeS.3After having a lot of fun with the first DS Transformers game for the first film, I had high hopes for this game too. I figured the game play would be generally the same with a few bonus tweaks. I was sorely disappointed. Unlike in the first game, where you could scan many different types of vehicles and become any one of them, you're stuck with one form in this game. Unlike the first game, the storyline doesn't so much follow the movie and add to the background as it just decides to rewrite it. The boss battles are quite possibly the lamest they could possibly be. The challenge missions that you're required to complete are just frustrating, and overall, the game is excruciatingly short. I beat it in a matter of hours. If you're going to get a Transformers DS game, get the game from the first movie. I'd give that one an 8.5. This iteration can hardly be called a game.… Expand