Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

  • A unique array of attacks specific to each Transformer ranging from powerful missile attacks and rapid-fire chain guns to explosive energy blasts and visceral melee strikes.
  • Offline co-op challenges and brutal head-to-head battles that redefine the Transformers franchise for console gaming.
  • Play as your favorite Autobot or Decepticon as you gather the points needed to upgrade your weapons, level up your robot, and use unique abilities to fight the way you’ve always imagined.
  • An all new system gives you precise control as you instantly switch between Robot, Vehicle, and Weapon modes at any time.
  • Intense, heroic mission gameplay that make the difference between survival and destruction as you drive, fly, fight and shoot your way through gripping levels.

Become the ultimate Autobot or Decepticon in TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN, the official game of one of 2009’s biggest blockbuster films. Unleash your power to determine the fate of Earth as the ultimate war rages across the globe. Every second counts as you experience TRANSFORMERS like never before!

Based on Hasbro’s legendary Transformers property and one of the most anticipated films of 2009 from Paramount Pictures and DreamWorks Pictures, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen thrusts players into a battle for supremacy across the globe as either Autobots or Decepticons to drive, fly, fight and blast their way through intense, pressure-packed levels.

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Bumblebee from 'Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen'
Play as old friends from either side.
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Optimus using a weapon in 'Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen'
Easy toggling between forms.
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Over-the-top action in 'Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen'
Over-the-top action.
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Delivering extensive control, gamers can select from the largest, most diverse range of playable Transformers ever – each with distinct personalities, abilities and weaponry – and jump straight into action as they instantly switch between robot, vehicle and weapon modes to fight for the preservation or annihilation of all mankind. In addition, for the first time in the Transformers universe, players on the Wii can also fight the epic war between Autobots and Decepticons in explosive co-op action.

The Story
Set a few years after the defeat of Megatron in the first game/movie, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen reveals that the threat from the Decepticons is in fact, far from ended. Since the time of the epic and apparently not so final battle between the two Transformer leaders, Decepticons have started popping up again all over Earth in alarming numbers. And now, a mysterious object from space seems destined to shift the balance of power and give the upper hand to the Decepticons.

Mission-centric Gameplay
Unlike Activision’s Transformers: The Game, released along side the original movie back in 2007, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen relies less on open-world gameplay and more on structured, but varied mission play. The variety in these missions comes from the fact that players can align themselves with either the Autobots or Decepticons, and that the available missions both parallel the events of the movie, as well as events unique to the game. During these missions players will be able to play as a variety of different Transformers from either side of the conflict, and with success in mission play will be able to unlock additional Transformers and earn points used to upgrade your selected faction. Playable characters include on the Autobot side: Optimus Prime, Iron Hide, Breakaway, Bumblebee, and Ratchet; and from the Decepticon side: Starscream, Sideways (a new character), Grindor, Long Haul, and Megatron. The game features a simple control toggle that not only allows for quick switching between mech, vehicle and weapon forms, but also allows for a more easy learning curve of the acrobatic moves from the movie.

Key Features

  • The Choice is Yours – Players can step into the shoes of their favorite Autobots and Decepticons such as Optimus Prime, Starscream, Bumblebee and Ironhide, along with new characters making their first appearance in a game. With two distinct campaigns that allow gamers to save or destroy the human race, gamers will unlock missions and be able to play them in any order they desire and with different characters for a whole new experience.
  • Outmaneuver Your Opponents – Instantaneously convert from a colossal robot to a dynamic land or air vehicle such as a diesel truck, sports car, military chopper or fighter jet. New, ultra-fluid transformations can be performed in-motion anytime and anywhere, allowing players to strategically propel through and decimate hordes of enemies with incredible agility.
  • Battle with Friends in Co-op Play – All new offline co-op gameplay lets you team up with a friend.
  • Unique Control Scheme – Gesture-driven control system exclusively for the Wii.
  • Demolish Your Enemies – Each Transformer can unleash a unique array of assaults on its enemies ranging from powerful missile attacks and rapid-fire chain guns to explosive energy blasts and visceral melee strikes, allowing players to pick from a variety of weapons and moves in their character’s arsenal that deliver diverse gameplay in every brutal encounter.
  • Intense, Heroic Missions – Every second is precious as players drive, fly, fight and blast their way through gripping, pulse-pounding levels straight from the film and beyond to determine the ultimate fate of the world.

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3 Responses to Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

  1. J. Johnston says:
    15 of 17 people found the following review helpful:
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Avoid the temptation, July 12, 2009
    J. Johnston

    Fun:1.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (Video Game)

    Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen is a game based loosely on the movie of the same name. The Wii version was produced by Krome Studios and was developed alongside the PS2 version. (The Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions were developed separately from this one.) While a game like this might seem to appeal to fans of the series, the reality is that this is an aggravating and disappointing Transformers entry that should be avoided at all costs.

    The problems with this game are legion. The graphics seem like a step back from the Traveller’s Tales-produced Transformers: The Game, with bland backgrounds and jerky animation. The ranged weapons are difficult to aim and are underpowered to boot, frequently forcing players into melee combat. The melee controls are a chore, thanks to insensitive motion detection that forces players to shake the Wii Remote so hard it gets painful quickly. The level design is linear, with most areas consisting of fighting spawns of repetitive enemies, moving a short distance, then fighting more of the same enemies. The plot only broadly covers the movie, although Shia LeBeof haters will be pleased to know that he is virtually absent from this game. Topping it all off is the baffling fact that this is a *Transformers* game but you rarely get to do any actual *transforming* outside of two or three on-rails racing / flying sequences.

    At four hours, the game is pretty brief, and it’s a pretty aggravating four hours at that. There are some extras, such as concept art and videos, but they don’t come close to justifying this game’s retail price tag. Whatever your level of devotion for the Transformers franchise, don’t let the glorious Optimus boxart fool you — stay far, far away.

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  2. Fab5 says:
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Jonathan’s Review, August 11, 2010
    Fab5 (Texas) –

    Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (Video Game)


    Battle your way as you use Autobots and Decepticons. This is a two-player game; you and your friend can crash and destroy Decepticons. Use your Autobots to destroy Devastator. Use your Decepticons to battle Prime.

    What I like:

    I like flying in the sky with Starscream and I like making Devastor crash to the ground. I like knocking off Demolisher’s wheel. I like to be Optimus Prime falling from the cargo plane. These are some of my favorite parts of this game.

    What I don’t like:

    Dying. Sometimes you get killed a lot in the game, but not if you’re really good. But, you get another life and get to continue the game.


    I know it’s a rated T game, but I think a 4-year old would be able to play it. I am 7 years old, and I think this game is awesome! I think everyone who likes Transformers will like this game.

    Mom’s note:

    My boys (4 and 7) both love this game, and look forward to playing it. As mentioned in the other reviews, the game play is linear (you have to follow the story line the way it is scripted) and you can only transform when the game requires it. For serious gamers, this limitation may be frustrating, but my boys don’t seem to mind. You are also provided clues along the way that help you defeat your enemy, switching between the Autobot and Decepticon campaigns. There is lots of fighting, but no visible gore, and the language seems appropriate for children. The main point of the game is to fight battle after battle, following the story line. Bottom line, if you like endless battle scenes of the Transformer variety, you’ll probably enjoy this game.

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  3. J. Cardenas "Wolverine4Life" says:
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen for Nintendo Wii, August 6, 2009
    J. Cardenas “Wolverine4Life” (Lansing, MI) –

    Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (Video Game)

    Now I am not a dedicated video gamer, but this is a pretty decent game. It was not very difficult to conquer, I believe it only took about 3 hours, but it has a fun story line and allows you to play with both Autobots and Decepticons. A feature I thought added to the overall enjoyability of the game was that a 2nd person can play as a “secondary weapon” helping the main character through the missions either by firing a cannon, or putting up a shield to protect, and also feeding him energy if needed. Overall a fun game, especially for the younger crowd.

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