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- Transformers Devastation PS4
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The TRANSFORMERS are back, and this time they’re in the hands of acclaimed developer PlatinumGames, who have combined their over-the-top brawler action with comic book inspired art to create a TRANSFORMERS game like none other.
Surprise the enemy: PlatinumGames signature fast action allows instant robot to vehicle attacks, slam downs, counterattacks, and infinite combos to create a unique combat system.
Five playable AUTOBOTS: Wreak havoc on the DECEPTICONS as OPTIMUS PRIME, BUMBLEBEE, SIDESWIPE, WHEELJACK and GRIMLOCK.
Actors from the original TV series: Reprising their roles are Peter Cullen (OPTIMUS PRIME), Dan Gilvezan (BUMBLEBEE), Frank Welker (MEGATRON and SOUNDWAVE), and more.
Transformers Devastation PS4
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Outside of DmC and Bloodborne; this is the best combat I’ve ever experienced. It’s quick and effortless, and very easy to learn (I became comfortable in no time). I’ve read complaints regarding the combat not having much depth to it, but I’m actually ok with that. I’ve never been a huge fan of games that force you to memorize tons of combos just to get through them. If I can be honest, I’m not going to use half of that ish anyway, so why bother? Transformers: Devastation has a light attack, a heavy attack, long ranged attack, a super attack, as well as a vehicle attack. After adding a few combos to my repertoire; I was a happy camper. As for playing ‘defense’, there’s no block button, but you’ll be able to dodge. If you dodge at just the right time, the action will slow down and you’ll be able to land a few blows (similar to Bayonetta’s witch time). Watching the combat on Twitch and YouTube doesn’t do it justice; you need to actually play it to get the full effect.
I was pleasantly surprised with the amount of weapons at my disposal! I didn’t have high expectations because I don’t recall the Autobots or the Decepticons having that many weapons in the cartoon, but I could be wrong. After all, I was like 8 years old; so do you expect me to remember? You’ll be able to equip four weapons, and I decided to go with: Devastator’s drill (my favorite), Menasor’s sword, Sideswipe’s flame sprayer, and a missile launcher that holds 15 missiles. Depending on which of the five Autobots you decide to play as; you’ll have a wide array of weapon choices. Off the top of my head; axes, hammers, swords, dual swords, cutters, gloves, freeze guns, wrecking balls, etc. Do YOU remember the 80’s cartoon having all of that?
The star of the game! I hope I don’t spoil anything, but most of your favorites are in here: Megatron, Starscream (my guy), Thundercracker, Skywarp, The Constructicons, (of course Devastator), The Insecticons, Bliztwing, Motormaster, Menasor, Soundwave, Shockwave, and I’m sure there’s more I missed! Most of these guys will appear in one on one boss battles, which is just fantastic!!! This isn’t the kind of game that’ll have you going from one kill room to the next, facing tons and tons of enemies. You’ll encounter a great deal of one on one battles and I wish more games would do that. I can probably count on one hand the number of times I had to face a large group of enemies, unlike some games I know *SNEEZE arkham knight* — Sorry about that, I must be allergic to the new cologne my wife bought me for Valentine’s Day… However, remember the aforementioned Decepticons? I had to face most of them on at least two separate occasions. That was a bit weird, to be honest with you. With most games, once I defeat a boss, I prefer to be done with him and not see him again.
You’ll be able to choose from five Autobots: Sideswipe (my choice), Wheeljack, Optimus Prime, Grimlock, and last and DEFINITELY least, Bumblebee… That wasn’t a typo, I indeed meant definitely least. Anyway, during the first chapter, you’ll be forced to play as Bumblebee and Prime, and from that short experience, I can tell you they all play quite differently. Once I finished the game, I surmised I’d played it for about 10-12 hours, but I could not have been more wrong. After checking, I’d only played it for 5 hours! That’s by far the shortest game I’ve ever played, but it was extremely fun and intense to the point that I didn’t realize how short it was. It’s the type of game that’s meant to be played through more than once, so I’m good with 5 hours. There’s also challenge maps that add a bit of variety to the game, if you’re interested in that type of stuff. As with every Transformers game I’ve played, the levels and environments are very bland, and they all look similar. There’s a lot of open space that begs you to take advantage of vehicle form; and that’s surprisingly rare for a Transformers game. It’s already been stated in several reviews, but put me on the list of folks that gush over how great the game looks (looks exactly like the cartoon). There are a few side-missions, but nothing that’s worth mentioning in detail… Judging by how the game ended, I’m thinking there will be a sequel. If so, I would like to see the inclusion of multiplayer. I’m usually against this sort of thing but I think it would be pretty fun taking on the challenge maps with an ally (similar to how God of War Ascension’s multiplayer worked).
To answer the question that’s on everyone’s mind — Transformers: Devastation is the best Transformers game I’ve ever played. Just for the record; I’ve played War for Cybertron, Fall of Cybertron, and Rise of the Dark Spark. If you’re the type of gamer that’s looking for a 20+ hour campaign on the first playthrough, this may not be your cup of tea. If you’re looking for some fast paced fun, I highly recommend this game, even if you were not a fan of the cartoon. All seven chapters are action packed to the brim, and I think you’ll enjoy yourself. Shovel Knight; you’re up next!
Devastation has an easy to pick up combat system as many other brawlers before it, but it makes sure to add just enough mechanics to make it its own. When dodging shots or blows, a bullet-time mode is engaged for a couple seconds. When some combos are completed or enough damage is done to an enemy, the transformation button may be hit within a short period to do a big fancy attack in vehicle mode. Though these attacks don't hold up damage-wise by the end of the game, they do knock back/down enemies, maintaining their usefulness. On top of all this, the different weapon types and some of their subsets have their own attack combos, charge attacks, and shooting patterns, adding an enjoyable level of customization to the biggest part of the game. Certain characters can only use certain types of weapons, however, so choosing who you play as may effect your experience, but they can be switched between at certain points on the maps so it's a minor downside.
All in all, decent beat-em-up. Really plays off nostalgia, but has some good mechanics and game-play to back it up. Unfortunately short, but pretty repayable with how much customization it has.
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