Transformers: Fall of Cybertron, the sequel to 2010's hit Transformers: War for Cybertron, sees the peaceful Autobots continuing its war against the savage Decepticons, but the outlook is bleak. The title provides plenty of third-person shooting action, a thrilling multiplayer mode that lets you take user-created robots into battle, and plenty of fan service. Fall of Cybertron isn't without faults; it features uneven combat, some weak mission objectives, and ho-hum voice acting, but Trans-fans will eat it up. I reviewed the PS3 version, but it's also available on PC and Xbox 360.Fall of Cybertron opens with an adrenaline-filled sequence worthy of a franchise that details brawls between giant robot factions. The benevolent Autobots have lost their long war with the Decepticons, and as such, use the last of their capabilities to flee their dying planet, Cybertron, in hopes of finding a new safe haven among the stars. It's not Shakespeare, but it sets the stage for plenty of pew-pew action.