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Devenez l'arme ultime. Battez-vous jusqu'au bout dans la guerre où tout a commencé. Maniez un arsenal d’armes létales et de hautes technologies et changez de forme de robot à véhicule à tout moment alors que vous vous battez à travers le monde vivant et métallique de Cybertron.
Date de parution: 22 jun 2010
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Devenez l'arme ultime. Battez-vous jusqu'au bout dans la guerre où tout a commencé. Maniez un arsenal d’armes létales et de hautes technologies et changez de forme de robot à véhicule à tout moment alors que vous vous battez à travers le monde vivant et métallique de Cybertron. Séparément, les campagnes Autobot et Decepticon vous emmènent des les villes Autobot ou Decepticon, au cœur Energon de Cybertron, jusqu’aux confins des débris orbitaux pour combattre frère contre frère et ami contre ennemi. Testez Optimus pour la grandeur et Megatron pour la soif de destruction. L'équilibre des pouvoirs entre Autobots et Decepticons est entre vos mains.

Principales caractéristiques

    • Jouez à la fois les campagnes Autobots™ et Decepticons™
    • Combattez avec votre personnage préféré des Transformers dans ce jeu d’action à la 3ème personne
    • Des modes multijoueurs profonds qui vous plongent dans une bataille globale
    • Faites équipe avec des amis et combattez les vagues ennemis en mode Escalade
    • Choisissez votre classe de personnage, véhicules, armes, attributs, compétences et améliorations
    • Faites évoluer et personnalisez votre personnage en fonction de votre style de jeu
    • Faites équipe avec vos amis et luttez à travers des campagnes épiques
    • Transformez-vous instantanément de robot à voiture, avion, camion-citerne ou camion et attaquez vos ennemis sous tous les angles

Configuration requise

    • Interface : XP/Vista/Windows® 7
    • Processeur : Intel Core 2 Duo E4300 1.8 GHz ou AMD Ahtlon 64 x2 Dual-Core 4000+ 2.0 GHz4 2.4 GHz
    • Mémoire : 2GO de RAM
    • Graphiques : Carte accélératrice 3D requise - 100% compatible DirectX® 9.0c-256 MO de RAM et pilotes*
    • DirectX® : DirectX® 9.0c (Inclus)
    • Espace disque : 9GO d'espace disque non compressé (plus 400 MO pour les fichiers d'échange Windows® et 12 KO pour la sauvegarde)
    • Son : Carte son 16 Bits 100% compatible DirectX® 9.0c et pilotes
    • Autres exigences : Ordinateur et système 100% compatible Windows® XP/Vista/Windows 7
      Clavier/Souris/pilotes 100% compatibles Windows® XP/Vista/Windows 7
    *Chipsets supportés pour Windows® XP/Vista/Windows 7

    &nbsp - Toutes cartes NVIDIA® GeForce® 7900 GT 256 MO de RAM ou supérieures (à l'exclusion des cartes 8400)

    &nbsp - Toutes cartes ATI Radeon™ x1900 256 MO de RAM et supérieures (à l'exclusion Radeon HD2400, HD2600 et HD3450)
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Transformers: War for Cybertron is a good Transformers game. Wrap your brain around that. High Moon Studios clearly cares about the franchise, and went to some lengths to include a large number of popular Transformers, as well as lesser known ones. This game is not related to the Michael Bay movies. Even if the action is a little repetitive, it's a bold move to make a three-player coop, no cover system, third person shooter nowadays. The voice acting is fantastic, and the last couple missions are really awesome. If you like Tranformers, It's a solid A. For everyone else, it's a decent action game.
Posté le : 25 novembre 2013
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This game was fun to play, but also a little bit boring.

I think this was made more for the hardcore Transformers fans, since I didn't really enjoy wandering around a city where everything was made of metal everywhere, no matter where I looked there was metal and mechanics (but what would you expect from Cybertron). There is not much else they could have done, but I simply like the Transformers better if they are on the Earth a lot more.

It was cool to play Co-op, but you cannot communicate at all, neither kick. Often people joined and couldn't play at all, they kept dying which meant we had to start over again from the last checkpoint. And some of them just didn't want to learn how to avoid attacks from a boss so I ended up playing it entirely singleplayer sometimes.

It doesn't feel that natural to drive around in their vehicle form, but on the other side it was a little bit fun.
You have a lot of action in this game and an interesting story. I liked the Autobots story a lot more.

After completing the Autobots story it made me feel proud of myself.

All in all I would have to recommend this game, but only if you are familiar with Transformers and a little bit interested.
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Not a typical transformers game...
This game takes part 10.000 years before Transformers first apear on the Planet Earth. This game is mainly about Autobots...they want to escape from Cybertron, and run away from Desepticons, and during all they game they fight against them to survive.
This part is even better then the next one, "Fall of Cybertron". Fall of Cybetron, I think, is just a small ending, it's shorter and the story is a but stupid.
Graphics are pretty good, big variety of Transformers for choosing + you can play co-op or multiplayer mod.
My mark: 8
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The Great (biased):

-Great Transformers lore and story.

The Good:

-Mechanics blend greatly.
-Simple gameplay.
-Good difficulty curve.

The Bad:
-Too linear.
-Uninteresting multiplayer, escalation modes.
Posté le : 25 novembre 2013
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This is one of the most gratifying things about being an older gamer: when fans of popular franchises grow up and get jobs in the video game industry. A lot of uncharitable things can be said for media culture's habit of remaking, rebooting and rehashing old stories, but when it's done from the heart like Transformers: War for Cybertron plainly is, the result is very often a damn good time. See Joss Whedon's "Avengers" or Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill" movies; both are exuberant love letters to their source material and it shows.

If you have fond memories of the 1980s iteration of The Transformers cartoon up to and including the 1986 movie, High Moon Studios' first TF outing is a high-octane shot of finely-tuned nostalgia. From the minute you start up one of the game's two single-player campaigns (one for the Decepticons, and one for the Autobots - just for story's sake, I recommend you play them in that order, although the game gives you the option to choose), you will feel like a kid again, plopped in front of the TV after school watching the Autobots smash the bolts out of some Decepticreeps. Peter Cullen voices Optimus for the umpteenth time and hits it out of the park of course, and while he is, I believe, the only voice actor present from the original series, the rest of the talent is excellent and written in exactly the same style as the old cartoons. So you get the familiar banter of Megatron/Starscream, Megatron/Soundwave (the original bromance), Soundwave/everyone, Starscream/Skywarp/Thundercracker, Optimus/Ironhide, Bumblebee/everyone, but also some not-so-familiar characters like Air Raid & Warpath, both of which are hilariously scripted and voiced and really feel like they could be right out of the show. The story is a straight prequel of the cartoon: Cybertron is a war-torn mechanical planet, the Decepticons want to grab all the power they can, the Autobots kinda don't want them to, someone gets a little too Dr. Strangelove on things and oops, we have to leave the planet because we broke it. You're not gonna get Spec Ops: The Line or Bioshock Infinite out of this -- it's robots beating the crap out of each other, innit? But it is a pitch-perfect story with a delicious topping of fanboyism and if you're the target audience even a tiny bit, you'll love it.

So what about the game itself? Well... I hesitate to say too much because my inner kid loves the theme-park-ness to pieces, but it is unfortunately a rather average third-person shooter. That's not to say it's badly done, it's not. Technically it's spot-on, it looks good and plays well, but does it do anything new? Not really. It should have a cover system, it doesn't. You can transform into whatever vehicle your chosen robot is, which is awesome, but it doesn't really matter other than stretches of levels where it's either transform or run a lot (and you run slow, but okay, you weigh ten tons). The controls for vehicle mode are kind of frustrating (game devs: no one enjoys driving with a mouse. It was new and weird in Borderlands, it's old and annoying now. It really is. Stop doing it) and it's disappointing that you don't get a greater sense of speed when you're in "boost mode". The guns sound great, but they could have more variety. The world certainly looks like Cybertron, which again: awesome, however all the metal-on-metal-with-the-occasional-sky motif can be a little boring. But Cybertron is basically Coruscant with less trees, so I'm not sure what else they were supposed to do. There's not a lot in the way of exploration, either for collectibles (there are some, but they very much feel like an afterthought) or just because, and it can't be called anything but a very linear experience. But that's more or less okay since it really tries to be an extended episode of the cartoon, and in that, it succeeds. Hugely. But... all of that does sadly mean that in my opinion if you have little to no desire in watching a bunch of robots shoot each other while making snarky comments, you will probably not miss much by giving this game a pass. There are much better shooters if that's what you want.

But if you are a Transformers fan at all, grab this. Grab it grab it grab it. It's fantastic, and I can't wait to play Fall of Cybertron.

(Quick note on multiplayer (and a quick note is all it is since I have no experience with it): it's supposed to be good. Fall of Cybertron is supposed to be even better. That's it! There are plenty of other reviews for the multiplayer side and the consensus is, again, "good". "Fun", even. I don't know what else to tell you.)
Posté le : 14 février 2014
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