Transformers (2004)

Video Game  |  Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi  |  5 May 2004 (USA)
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Optimus Prime (voice) (as Gary Chalk)
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Red Alert / Cyclonus (voice) (as Darren Norris)
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Hot Shot (voice)
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Megatron (voice)
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Starscream (voice)
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Unicron (voice) (as Matthew King)
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Transformers Armada: Prelude to Energon  »

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Many of the lines of dialog are paraphrases or direct quotes of lines from the 1986 Transformers movie. Examples include most of Optimus Prime's selection speech, and Megatron's 'I would have waited an eternity for this! It's over, Prime!' during the introduction. See more »

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Unicron: Destiny, you can not destroy my destiny.
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Transformers PS2 Game
29 December 2004 | by (Bristol) – See all my reviews

In response to the guy from Birmingham's comments regarding the game, I disagree. Firstly, if you rent out a game you will never see it's true potential. I know it takes ages to get used to a new game (and the forest section is a pain, I agree) however, this game is, in my (and my son's) opinion simply the greatest game ever on the PlayStation2. And we know - we have 27 of the most latest popular titles to date. You have to get to the later stages to truly appreciate the quality of this game.

As in the animated version, you take on the role of an Autobot (the Good Transformers) and you choose whether to be Optimus Prime (the Leader), Red Alert (2nd in command), or HotShot (no rank, but fast!). The whole object of the game is to destroy the Decepticons (the Evil Transformers) but the fun part is capturing all the mini cons. They will give you powers that the regular Autobots do not possess on their own. They're cute and will be you're little mate when you need them! You can power-link with up to four at one time, increasing your weaponry, strength, equipment or defencive capabilities. You can also collect data cons which will give you extras, such as comic books to view, artwork, TV trailers, etc.

If you want a bit more fun, enter the cheats for a bit more dimension. The good thing with these it that you can carry on through the stages without losing parts of the game (unlike some other games).

Granted, if you're a Grand Theft Auto fan, then this may not be up your street. But if you're a fan of Transformers, you should love it!

Autobots ... transform!!!


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