I picked up the game today and immediately installed it on my current computer. It played moderately well. I went through I think most of the first Decepticon mission and decided I had to give it up because the computer is barely handling it. My new one is still being built by a friend of mine.
But from what I have played I'm rather enjoying it. I plan on doing all the missions as each available character to get the feel for each class and their abilities. The game encourages the player to go through the campaign first before going on-line.
I'm definitely enjoying this game more on the computer than the 360 platform. Incidently, the Gamestop where I purchased the game had only one copy of the gameguide. So I scooped it up.
It seems to me to be one of those mindless first person shooters like Serious Sam. I love those games from time to time. Sometimes I don't feel like applying my brainwork so it's all good to me. On the other hand, there were times when I did have to think.
At times I didn't know what to do to keep the game moving but thats good too. It made me do some looking around and scouting. Since I was on the first mission with Megs watching me, I didn't want to take too long before he beat my tailpipe into the ground.
With there being a limit to your ammunition I found it interesting how the side effect is having to swap weapons and even transform to alt mode in order to keep blasting at your opponents. This is a good thing in order to learn several aspects of each class and their abilities. I'm not resorting to stepping in with an itchy trigger finger and getting bored from monotony.
I can't wait to get my souped-up computer and play this game at it's full potential.
One question: Is it just me or did everyone get to watch cut scenes in black and white? Either thats how the cutscenes were done or my graphics card isn't up to snuff (I know it did better than my sound card).