- Summary: The fate of the earth and the survival of the human race hang in the balance in the Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen video game for the Wii and PS2. Playing as both the AUTOBOTS and DECEPTICONS, players are propelled into an adrenaline-pumping battle for supremacy across the globe where every second and every choice makes the difference between mankind’s salvation and annihilation. Recruit a Friend to Join the Battle in Unique Co-op Campaigns - At any point in the intense single-player campaign, a friend can join in as a "Remote Weapon System," acting as a floating shield to defend you and as a special weapons system to strengthen the assault. Test Your Skills in the All-New Co-op Arena Mode - Teamwork is key as players enter the new Arena mode to pick their favorite characters and fight alongside their friends arcade-style against increasing waves of enemies. [Activision]… Expand
[Anonymous]9Explosions aren't quite big enough to go along with a Bay film. Besides that, perfect!
So this is based on the movie, this is a fairly standard third-person brawler like Prime: The Game. You play as the Transformers, There are autobots and deceptions. The fighting is split into three different styles. This game is like all the bad things about bad third- party Wii games rolled into one. The graphics are meh, but it was ported by the PS2 so the graphics could be bleh. The controls aren't really good as well, You also can't transform at anytime as well. In the PS3 and Xbox 360 version you could decide which side to play as, but in the Wii version you can't. The combat is also dull, But really the newer transformer game the prime does it alot better. The game is sometimes fun though, but it's really worth a rent if you want to try it out. Don't buy it, just rent it.… Expand
I didn't entirely enjoy the movie Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. the same can also be said for this version of the video game. the story of the game is like taking the movie plot and excluding the human characters. while it is better than the movie plot, it isn't by much. in the end, the plot is kind of bland. the gameplay acts like a blend of beat-em-up and shoot-em-up. and it's actually pretty cool. the combat is pretty good, though it can get repetitive when all you're doing is swinging the Wiimote and nunchuk like an idiot. the graphics for the game, at least for a Wii game, are passable. character models and environments are pretty well done, and are impressive for a Wii game. This game also has its share of issues, the main problem being the camera. the camera is constantly shifting and zooming in and out, and you can't do anything about it. this seriously gets in the way when in combat, especially during the boss fights. another problem is the environments. most of the time, environments are too dark, and seriously get in the way of progression sometimes. the sections where you take control of a vehicle are pretty bland. these try to go for a rail shooter kind of gameplay, but it's seriously boring in these sections. In the end, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen is a pretty boring game. while the gameplay is neat, it becomes hard to have fun with it thanks to dark environments, camera issues, and repetitiveness.… Expand