The driving controls would have been better during the vehicle sections if they had gone with the same control scheme for the platforming sections. If you're already a Transformers fan you can't pass this one up, just like a lost episode. The controls themselves are fairly responsive. As part of the with and , the producers strove to maintain many of the common elements eg. There's four, maybe five total enemy types besides the boss characters, so you will need to get used to seeing the same faces over and over.
That all being said, this is easily the best Transformers game to come to the Wii. This game is worth playing just for the story, and it's couch co-op multiplayer where you fight against each other. The Autobots and Decepticons' struggle becomes a competition for Cybertronian artifacts strewn across the planet, which turn out to have been placed there by , who foresaw the Autobots coming to Earth. Transformers: Prime the game is a semi-solid platforming hack and slash game. Transforming is performed by hitting the C Button. Here you face off against one of the main Decepticons such as Starscream, Soundwave, Knock Out and Megatron, among others.
It's best to play through the campaign mode first, as that will unlock playable characters and arenas for the multiplayer modes. The Autobots use the Omega Lock to restore Cybertron and settle back on their homeworld. Each stage takes 10 to 15 minutes to complete. Compatibility can be assumed to align with the indicated revisions. The controls are good while the combat can get a little repetitive, especially during the character battles. Supervising director headed a team including , , , and.
But I'll have a great colorful weekend with it. However, as the show was reworked to appeal to a younger audience as all Western Transformers cartoons are when localized for Japan , the violence during the fight sequences was edited for content. The main levels sees you bot traveling in a set path. Players step into the roles of Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Arcee, Ratchet, Bulkhead and more as they explore unique vistas all around the world with brawler-style combat and diverse driving sequences. It was for little kids, and the levels where so boring and repetitive. The Wii has the ability to handle some good looking games, but Transformers Prime never feels like it's pushing the limits of the system. The motion control is far too sensitive and will send you too far over fairly quickly with the slightest movement.
There is also a great deal of praise given to the serious, more mature storytelling of Prime that had not been attempted in Transformers media since. Don't bother buying this game, as there really isn't that much content. This game was made for kids if you have a kid and they like playing the wii just rent it or buy it if they are fans of the series they will like this kind of game but will most likely get bored after they finish the game. For those who do not know much about NowPro their track record is outstanding and chances are you have played one of their games before. For those hoping that the Classic controller would be supported, you will be disappointed. Battle For Energon sees you racking up kills in a limited amount of time. In the end the game looks ok, but never rises above that.
On the downside, they're definitely on the blocky side of things. Right off the bat, the game has a low resolution look to it. There are no upgrades in any form. The show's title was based on the desire to create a master continuity and a literal. As Optimus retrieves the , Autobots, Decepticons, and Predacons unite under Bumblebee and Predaking to face the Chaos Bringer in defense of their home. Unfortunately, there's really little variation to these.
Unfortunately, you'll find most of them on your first play through. A multiplayer mode is also available, but it just feels like a tacked-on bonus for two players. The game uses the Wii remote and nunchuck. Regardless, they had to be considerate as the show still had a broad audience. It was for little kids, and the levels where so boring and repetitive. After destroying Darkmount, the status quo is restored, with the Autobots based at a , while the Decepticons retreat to orbit Earth in the once more. Like the dubs of , Beast Wars Metals, , and , the localization of Prime was headed up by.
Very little populates the levels themselves. They feature accurate appearances in both vehicle and robot forms. Based on the hit animated television show, Transformers: Prime lets fans play as their favorite Autobot characters and embark on an action-packed adventure to save the earth from the evil Megatron and his new secret weapon. If you close your eyes, thsi sounds like an episode of Transformers Prime, and not many licensed games can boast that. It adds nothing to the game and gets old after a single match of each.
Play as one of your favorite Autobot characters including Bumblebee and Bulkhead as you battle through unique vistas around the world to help defeat the Deceptions. But the controlls would have been better on xbox, ok graphics, and dull combat. The nunchuck handles character movement, transformation and target lock. You move from Point A to Point B in each level, battling everything from Vehicons to Insecticons. Characters were also fundamentally altered to be more humorously quirky. The Autobots regroup following 's arrival, while restores Optimus with the. Synopsis Based on the hit animated television show produced by Hasbro Studios and currently airing on The Hub television network in the U.
Melee can be modified by holding the jump button, either at the beginning or during a melee combo. It's actually a shame that aspect wasn't played up here. Befitting to a Transformers game you start out as the almighty Optimus Prime on the quest to…wait for it…shut down Megatron and his band of evil Decepticons. The shorts centered around the Arms Microns maintaining an undercover presence amongst the Autobots, who are not even aware that their weapons are alive. Each level is capped of with a boss battle.