June 17, 2011 by USA Post
2011 Transformers, Activision announced the next game in the series Transformers fans have been numerous happy to know more about the Autobots against Decepticons fight. Allowing players to immerse themselves in this struggle, the publisher has sent Transformers: Dark of the Moon to retailers throughout the country.
The backdrops and environments with unique designs have been developed in line with the upcoming Transformers movie. Infused with a new game mechanic called Stealth Force, which facilitates the lovers becomes a hybrid state to blend together the power of the robot and vehicle modes. This includes online multiplayer modes; the character customization options and other features are touted to offer rewarding time.
“The Transformers: Dark Moon game allows fans to experience the history of battles and exciting original prologue preceding the anticipated film,” said David Oxford, Activision Publishing executive vice president. “The team at High Moon Studios has created an incredible story that unfolds Transformers through an epic single player campaign and allows fans to play as their favorite characters in action multiplayer head to head.”
“Activision has delivered a stellar game prologue leading to the hit movie. Hasbro is waiting to offer fans of the Transformers brand and an exciting game for players to expand Transformers: Dark Moon experience this summer,” said Mark Blecher, senior vice president of Digital Media and Marketing, Hasbro.
It was announced that more than three games in the series being developed by the interactive behavior for Nintendo game systems. Transformers: Dark Moon of the Autobots and Transformers: Dark Moon of deception has been developed for the Nintendo DS. While players of Wii and Nintendo 3DS can jump into the arena with Transformers: Dark Moon editing Stealth Force. Players can now choose a copy of Transformers: Dark of the Moon for the Xbox 360 and PS3.
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