Monday, March 28, 2011

DOTM The Game Nintendo "Stealth Force Edition"

Transformers: Dark of the Moon The Game is being released on June 14th for all the systems but one of the unanswered questions was how would the Nintendo versions be different considering the differences made with previous movie edition due mostly to lack of graphical power of Nintendo's systems. Amazon has updated their listings for the Nintendo 3DS and Wii versions, now calling them the "Stealth Force Edition." They are now available for pre-order. The description and features from Amazon below complete with a bizarre volume of typos:
Stealth Force Edition: Exclusively on the Wii and 3DS, the war between the autobots and decepticons continues in stealth force mode. Control heavily weaponized vehicles as you engage in epic vehicular combat to save earth from total destrucition.

* Split Screen Multiplayer (Wii Only) Wage war with a friend in spliet screen multiplayer
* Play the entire game in stealth force and wield the power of high intensity weapons in vehicluar combat
* 18 stealth force missions, wage war between the autobots and decepticons in urband, desert and frozen locations from Siberia to South American Deserts
(via Seibertron)


  1. screw the 3ds

    make it for the ngp

  2. f*** the ngp.. 3DS is in now! Sony is coping everything that Nintendo does. First nintendo came with the Wii and suddently they came with that shit to? :)

  3. How long was the Wii out before Sony got motion controls?

    Even the 360 has something similar.

  4. CAN YOU TRANSFORM TO ROBOT?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!!?

  5. "make it for the ngp"

    Meh, ngp will lose to ds and nintendo, like everything Sony makes.

  6. wow your idiots thats back in 2001 way before the wii was even announced

    sony isn't winning,neither is nintendo

    they're both doing fine,psp is the only competitor that survived against nintendo

    so many idiots on the internet

  7. Console wars! And no, just because psp survived doesn't mean they are as succesfull as nintendo ds. Face it, NDS kicked it's ass. :)

  8. PSP succeeded in its own right though. Nintendo platforms just don't have the quality games adults want and PSP offered that. I have a 3DS and here's hoping we get good games on it unlike the Wii, which almost all of it's good games are from Nintendo.


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