If you know me well, or even look at the side bar at some of my other blogs, you should be able to tell I'm a big Transformers fan. However I'm not a fan of the Michael Bay live action movies. I've seen each of the movies once, and I really don't care to watch them again. However one good thing the live action movies brought us what the Transformers: Human Alliance arcade game.
Up until now, Transformers has had mixed success when it comes to video games. The first TF game released for the Nintendo Famicom leaves a lot to be desired. Even the follow up Headmasters game on the Famicom Disk System really isn't that great either. There was a slick looking G1 style game released for the Playstation 2, but it never saw release outside of Japan. The Armada PS2 game was the first TF game that seemed to go over well with the masses. Eventually the War for Cybertron and Fall of Cybertron games on the last gen hardware were hits with gamers and TF fans alike. While I never played much of them myself for different reasons, I do agree that those are some of the best TF games to date.
The game has been out now for awhile so your mileage may vary when it comes to finding it at your local arcade/bowling alley/barcade. If you can find it and you haven't played it, give it a whirl as you may be surprised at how much fun it is.