The war between the Autobots and Decepticons continues as Cybertron takes a hit in Transformers: Fall of Cybertron. The sequel to War for Cybertron impressed us with its exceptional campaign, and top notch voice cast and character-driven writing, qualities you might not expect from a Transformers game.
Here'a piece of our Transformers: Fall of Cybertron review:
Tying it all together are impressive setpiece moments that made for one of the best cinematic shooter experiences I’ve had this gen. Swarms of Insecticons flood the screen, the gigantic Metroplex smashes equally gigantic towers into dust, Bruticus decimates dozens of Autobots with one swipe, and the detail-packed environments are prone to exploding and/or collapsing at any time. The thirteen level campaign feels like it’s building to a massive confrontation the whole time, and that’s exactly what happens in the stunning final level. The only real shortcoming is the removal of Campaign Co-op. It’s a minor disappointment, but a tangible one.
For more, check out our full Transformers: Fall of Cybertron review.