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Transformers – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Fantasy Violence

Transformers – Review

"Weh-ooh-weh-eeh" is about as close as I can come to describing the sound a Transformer makes when changing shape. "Urrrgh" is the sound a game critic makes when playing a Transformers game that has the potential to be great, yet totally misses the mark.


Game Description: A fast-paced, single-player, 3rd-person action/combat game starring three giant robots across 8 different environments on Earth and Cybertron., The war between the Autobots and Decepticons rages on in this epic action game for the PlayStation2 computer entertainment system. With defeat at hand, the last hope for the Autobots lies with the powerful Mini-con robots, the lost Transformers race stranded on the Earth. To retrieve the Mini-con, the Autobots must head into battle against the Decepticon leaders and their massive new Decepticlone Army. Transformers features fast-paced action with incredible power-ups, countless enemies, immense battles and intense boss fights against the legendary Decepticon leaders.

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