I was very excited to hear about Transformers Devastation around the E3 time frame. Family Friendly Gaming made multiple attempts from multiple different personnel to receive information to publish coverage on this home console action adventure video game. No one at the PR firm handling this game is trained on how to use the REPLY button in email. They in essence said they want no sales from the millions within Family Friendly Gaming Universe.
We rented Transformers Devastation for this review. I also plan on buying this 80s based Transformers video game when it comes down to the ten to twenty dollar price range. Transformers Devastation is a violent game. We spent most of our time hacking, slashing, and shooting enemy Transformers in Transformers Devastation. There is also upgrading, and trying out different characters. Sideswipe work really well in my opinion.
It is neat to hear the voices from the 1980s cartoon. I also like seeing the character art from that era as well. This is the Transformers game kids in the 80s wanted to have and play. I really appreciate the historical references in Transformers Devastation. Even if the story is a bit on the lame side. The fighting in Transformers Devastation is what gets really stale in Transformers Devastation.
Chapters are really long in Transformers Devastation. The missions within each chapter are very fast to progress through. Most of the chapters felt stretched out in my opinion. Since there are only seven chapters I guess that is why this home console robots in disguise video game did that. Families will be disappointed with the short length in Transformers Devastation. Especially if you pay more than twenty dollars for this video game.
Transformers Devastation is a strong thirteen and older video game. The level of violence in Transformers Devastation is really high. Transformers Devastation is one of those video games that will increase the aggression levels of those playing it. I wish Activision had found some less violent things to do in Transformers Devastation. Like maybe a way to repair robots that were damaged.
- Teen Gamer
Family Friendly Factor: 60%
System: PC/Xbox 360/Xbox One/PS4/PS3(tested)
Developer: Platinum Games
Rating: ‘T’ - THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY
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