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Postby ashe5k » Thu Jul 05, 2007 7:53 pm

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blueprimal wrote:Since you all are talking about the time limit thing..so I suppose one has to go through and finish all the missions like its supposed to before you can go back and have the liberty to free roam right? How long are the time limits? Are they hard to beat?
Also Does anyone know if the PS2 version can be switched to Widescreen Mode?


You can free roam all you want in whatever mission you're in as long as you don't go over a mission entry point and even then you can decline to do it.

The time limits aren't horrible. I've had worse. My only real complaint is that they make the immediate combat area a bit small when the drone or con or bot you're fighting takes a huge swing and knocks you out of it. Megatron did that to me ALOT.

The PS2 version CANNOT be switched to widescreen mode which I found insanely annoying as I have a widescreen TV and I have games that are two years old that have that option in them. *grumbles* So if I want to do fullscreen all the bots look squat unless I want to cut my viewable area down quite a bit.
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Postby blueprimal » Thu Jul 05, 2007 8:23 pm

:sad: ARRGGHHHH!!! No Widescreen???? Give me a break we are in 2007 and even GTA San Andreas and some other older games had that widescreen function. I too have a widescreen tv, so I guess I just have to zoom in and loose some image...I really don't wanna keep it at full screen(4:3) for a long time cause it causes burn-ins at the sides...but man this is insane...I wonder what makes them do that...having some in widescreen and some not.
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Postby Xion » Fri Jul 06, 2007 3:39 am

My really question is that why they don't make the game in real time like Spider-Man or GTA and not as those lousy chapter shit...
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Postby Supreme Convoy » Fri Aug 03, 2007 4:36 pm

:BOT: I got the PS2 version as a gift and I'm digging the Decepticon levels! I just finished with Blackout. :CON:
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Postby Insurgent » Sat Aug 04, 2007 7:11 am

Xion wrote:My really question is that why they don't make the game in real time like Spider-Man or GTA and not as those lousy chapter shit...


Then ye couldn't be replaying missions. And that is a feature I likes because then I don't need a new save file fer each Boss Battle. Yarr, and that be a mighty fine space saver on the memory card.
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Postby Xion » Sun Aug 05, 2007 4:12 pm

Insurgent wrote:
Xion wrote:My really question is that why they don't make the game in real time like Spider-Man or GTA and not as those lousy chapter shit...


Then ye couldn't be replaying missions. And that is a feature I likes because then I don't need a new save file fer each Boss Battle. Yarr, and that be a mighty fine space saver on the memory card.


Yeah maybe, it helped a lot on the Xbox 360 version to archieve all points, but it was much better the way like a GTA game. Well what the hell, the game was not so bad after all.
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