Werden Sie zur ultimativen Waffe. Kämpfen Sie bis zum Schluss, in dem Krieg mit dem alles begann. Verwenden Sie ein Arsenal an tödlichen Hightech-Waffen und verändere deine Gestalt von Roboter zu Fahrzeug zu einem beliebigen Zeitpunkt, während Sie sich durch die lebendige, metallische Welt von Cybertron kämpfen.
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Veröffentlichung: 22. Juni 2010

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"A heartfelt and genuine tribute to Transformers, made by people who give a damn. A great action romp with some fantastic nostalgic callbacks."

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Werden Sie zur ultimativen Waffe. Kämpfen Sie bis zum Schluss, in dem Krieg mit dem alles begann. Verwenden Sie ein Arsenal an tödlichen Hightech-Waffen und verändere deine Gestalt von Roboter zu Fahrzeug zu einem beliebigen Zeitpunkt, während Sie sich durch die lebendige, metallische Welt von Cybertron kämpfen. Getrennte Autobot- und Decepticon-Kampagnen führen Sie von den Städten der Autobots und Decepticons zum Energon-Kern von Cybertron und bis an die Außenbereiche des orbitalen Schutthaufens, während Bruder gegen Bruder und Freund gegen Feind gegeneinander antreten. Erleben Sie Optimus' Aufstieg zur Größe und Megatrons Durst nach Zerstörung. Das Gleichgewicht der Macht zwischen Autobots und Decepticons liegt in Ihrer Hand.


    • Spielen Sie sowohl die Autobots™- als auch die Decepticons™-Kampagne
    • Kämpfen Sie mit Ihrem Lieblings-Transformer in diesem Third Person High Action Shooter
    • Innige Mehrspielermodi schleudern Sie in ein globales Schlachtfeld
    • Verbünden Sie sich mit Freunden und bekämpfen Sie Wellen von Gegnern im Escalation-Modus
    • Wählen Sie Ihre Charakterklasse, Fahrzeug, Waffen, Eigenschaften, Fähigkeiten und Upgrades
    • Steigern Sie Ihren Level und passen Sie den Charakter an Ihren eigenen Spielstil an
    • Kämpfen Sie sich mit Ihren Freunden durch epische Kampagnen
    • Wechseln Sie auf der Stelle zwischen Roboter und Auto, Jet, Panzer oder Truck und greifen Sie Ihre Gegner aus jedem beliebigen Winkel an


    • Betriebssystem: XP/Vista/Windows® 7
    • Prozessor: Intel Core 2 Duo E4300 1.8 GHz oder AMD Ahtlon 64 x2 Dual-Core 4000+ 2.0 GHz4 2.4 GHz
    • Speicher: 2 GB RAM
    • Grafik: 3D Grafikkarte - 100% DirectX® 9.0c-kompatible 256 MB Grafikkarte und Treiber*
    • DirectX®: DirectX® 9.0c (inklusive)
    • Festplatte: 9 GB freier Festplattenspeicher (plus 400 MB für the Windows® Auslagerungsdatei und 12 KB für Spielstände)
    • Sound: 100% DirectX® 9.0c-kompatible 16-bit Soundkarte und Treiber
    • Andere Anforderungen: 100% Windows® XP/Vista/Windows 7-kompatibles Computersystem
      Tastatur/Maus: 100% Windows® XP/Vista/Windows 7-kompatible Maus, Tastatur und Treiber
    *Unterstützte Chipsets für Windows® XP/Vista/Windows 7

    &nbsp - All NVIDIA® GeForce® 7900 GT 256 MB RAM und bessere Chipsets (außer 8400 Karten)

    &nbsp - All ATI Radeon™ x1900 256 MB RAM und bessere Chipsets (außer Radeon HD2400, HD2600, und HD3450)
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18 von 19 Personen (95%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
21.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23. Juni
It's not only one of the best Transformers games out there, it's also one hell of an action game, with a unique theme, varied gameplay and lots of cool mechanics not present in other third person shooters. Though the story and execution are not be as epic as the sequel - Fall of Cybertron - the overall gameplay is still thoroughly enjoyable and well paced. WfC also offers a bit better vehicle sections than FoC, and way better and more challenging boss fights. Not to mention, being able to select one of three characters available for a specific chapter is definitely a plus.

People familiar with the Transformers will immediatelly appreciate the amazing animations and the artstyle faithful to Generation One, but the overall graphics are impressive on their own. One drawback I can think of in that regard is that it can be too dark/brown at times, with enemies being hard to distinguish from the rest of the environment. As for the audio, let's just say it's almost flawless, featuring some great music tracks, quite powerful sound effects, and an amazing voiceover, with numerous actors reprising their roles as familiar robots from the original show.

Still, even though the PC port is very much playable, it's quite lacking in many respects. From unrebindable controls, 30fps lock, minimal graphics options, to a complete lack of DLC, and multiplayer being full of cheaters. That aside though, it's still an awesome shooter, worth playing despite these drawbacks for the story campaign alone.
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16 von 17 Personen (94%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
27.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 3. Mai
Apart from that big no-no, the unspeakable act of releasing a game for the PC without unmappable keys, it's a kick-♥♥♥ game.

When it comes to video games, the Transformers franchise has never ceased to disappoint me. Almost every Transformer video game that I've given a try were either terrible or mediocre at best.

This game however seems to have gotten it right. My initial reactions to it where along the line of: “This is what the movies should've been about” and “They let you do everything you see them do in the G1 cartoon...” That being: Transforming in mid-air, blasting stuff out of existence whilst spewing cheesy one-liners and exchanging campy dialogue.

Cybertron never looked so good. It really looks like an alien living or sentient mechanical world. Everything moves, like a gargantuan three dimensional mechanical puzzle and one of the thing I really liked is how the robots blend in with their environment. Enemies can be hard to spot, because they are part of this alien mechanical world and their appearance acts as a “natural” camouflage. This makes them feel like they really belong.

Music and sound effects are beyond reproach (in that there is nothing annoying). It has a cinematic score and everything sounds Transformerish. From the clunky metallic footsteps, the 'splosions to the robotic screams and that “Transforming sound” we all love so much.

The nicest thing about this game is that “Transforming is not a gimmick”. In all the Transformers games I've given a try, this is usually the biggest letdown. There is no point to transforming.
In this game however, you have areas where you obviously have to change into vehicle mode because speed is of the essence. Or some areas where you can't progress unless you switch to airplane mode. But in regular combat areas, I've noticed that you actually benefit from changing into vehicle or airplane mode, because then you not only have access to your vehicle/airplane weapons (which are sometimes more powerful or are guided), but you can get to cover faster, you're harder to hit and/or you can reach items faster then when you're on foot. Enemies also transform, they'll move faster in vehicle mode or they'll be airborne...they'll use different weapons...which requires you to adopt a slightly different tactic there as well.

The biggest letdown however in the PC version of this game, is that you cannot rebind the keys. If you're playing this with mouse and keyboard the way I do, you'll have to change to a US keyboard layout, and probably use a mouse that allows you to map keyboard keys. If you're left-handed, you'll probably want to use some kind of key remapper software. Why they released this game for the PC without rebindable keys is beyond me. It might be a first world problem, but it's kind of annoying because my keyboard layout keeps changing on me when I'm not in the game...

Apart from the lack of key-binding (yes, I like rubbing it in), I was immediately sold on this game a few minutes into it. Being a Transformers fan as a kid probably helped a lot, because the developers really “stuck to the lore and style” of the old Transformers sagas. If you like fast-paced third person shooters that don't bother with some kind of “cover mechanic”, you might like this game even when you're not into the whole Transformers thing.

PS: I'm not a fan of the Bay movies. I do like the design of the robots though, and the elaborate style of transformation, which this game seems to have burrowed from the Bay movies, but that's just about it.
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8 von 8 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
9.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30. Juni
Great game for fans of Transformers, and those who may not be so familiar with the series. Has about 8-10 hours of story mode that are well worth it, and this game goes on sale every once in a while, I would just wait for it to go on sale again. Got it for $5, and it's a steal of a value at that price.
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6 von 6 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
7.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12. September
A few reasons to consider whether or not to get this:

1.) Any fan of the original will go nuts for the Nostalgia alone; worth full price.
- Totally awesome and original story with great voice acting.

2.) The combat is beyond insane.
- Runs FAST and flawless while looking gorgeous on ancient hardware (35 fps 1080p 2xAA Core2Duo 2.5GHz. NV:240GTS)

and Number 3:

A perfect 'excuse' / 'valid reason' to get that Garage Door size HD projector and Dolby Digital 7.1 Surround Sound setup you always wanted deep down in your heart. ;D~

A review before me summed it up perfectly:

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3 von 3 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
24.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 4. Oktober
While I like the game overall it leaves a lot to be desired - first I love the aesthetics, the settings, the designs... well the look is awesome, the story is quite nice too considering it is Transformers and an action game.

My complaints go more along the lines of gameplay - honestly playing with different characters isn´t... so different since aside from vehicle mode weaponry you will be pick weapons on stages. I´d prefer for all weapons to be fixed for the characters. The skills weren´t that helpful saving for things like energon wall or automated sentries. Same goes for the alt modes, they could be more distinctive gameplaywise.

And that brings us to transforming and how it wasn´t that much involved - I saw myself transforming mostly to change weapons rather than actually have some better mobility save for very few situations or when the game forced me to.

And last, as a female player I find that leaving the fembots out of the plot as prizes for completing campaigns really awkward, specially since the extra modes are online and plot less for which I don´t really care.

Still the visuls, the setting and the plot compansate for the bad parts so still thumbs up :)
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