Plot. A long time ago, an intergalactic artifact known as "The AllSpark", created the Transformers, and their home planet of Cybertron. Like every great power, some wanted it for good, others for their own malignant purposes, and the war began. The Cube then fell into Planet Earth, where it was discovered by Archibald Witwicky. In the present day, Bumblebee is assigned to watch over, and protect a teenager named Sam Witwicky, descendant of Archibald Witwicky. When the Decepticons begin their search for the glasses, which reveals the location of the AllSpark, Optimus Prime and the other Autobots land on Earth. It is a showdown between the two robotic armies, that will determine the fate of planet Earth.
Concept. Transformers: The Game consists of two different campaigns: Autobot Campaign, and the Decepticon Campaign. Autobot Campaign consists of five different missions, while the Decepticon campaign consists of six. In each mission, you have to either protect or destroy, depending on which side you choose.
Voice Acting. Shia LaBeouf and Megan Fox reprise their roles to voice both Sam and Mikaela. Peter Cullen once again voices Optimus Prime, and Megatron is once again voiced by it's original voice actor, Frank Welker. Frank Welker may sound different than what he used to in the 80's, but no matter what, he will always be Megatron to me. Other voices include Charlie Adler, Keith David, Phil LaMarr, and so on.
Rantings. Well, I find the game to be very, very corny. I mean, imitating the same concept of Grand Theft Auto was way off in my opinion. And another stupid thing is that Bumblebee cannot talk, just like in the movie. What I also hate the most, is that the final boss battles are extremely hard, especially with the drones getting in your way. This did not do any justice to the live-action movie to tell the truth. The SOCCENT soldiers looked more like GI Joes, and the agents of Sector 7 looked stupid. Also, this game lacked many of the important characters from the movie. It also lacked the funny moments as well.
Good Aspects. Well, the graphics are good, and though complicated, the gameplay is quite decent. The music was ok, in a way it was similar to Steve Jablonsky's epic composing from the movie. My favorite side to play with is with the Decepticons, because they turn into aerial vehicles, which is exciting. Except for Barricade and Scorponok.
Overall. Transformers: The Game is neither that good, nor that bad, but still quite playable. I give this game a 5 out of 10