Reviews and Problems with Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
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24 October 2004
Excerpt: I’m going to dispense with the usual guff that I come up with as an introduction to a review. You all know what the Terminator movies are about, I’m sure. If you don’t, then imagine a very, very muscular chap running about shooting a lots of things, making lots of noise and creating more than a few...
Excerpt: You might think that Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines for the PS2 is just another game inspired by a big licence, but you would be wrong. Well, technically you would be right. But you get to play Arnold!
Excerpt: It's a funny thing, I've never played a Terminator game that was any good. So my expectations for Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines , by Black Ops Entertainment, were considerably low. Unfortunately, my expectations were pretty much what we got.
Excerpt: Hey, do you remember that game? The one where you're dropped in the middle of a huge city, and you were free to go whereever you wanted to go, and there were stores where you could buy armor and guns to protect yourself from your enemies.
Excerpt: Genre: Action Publisher: Atari Developer: Black Ops Release Date: November 11, 2003 Buy 'TERMINATOR 3: Rise of the Machines': Xbox | Game Boy Advance | PlayStation 2 In retrospect, it's probably all my fault.
Excerpt: , I mentioned a pair of different scenarios for a game that just couldn't meet its potential, thus effectively wasting the source material. Black Ops and Atari's latest Terminator 3 effort fits perfectly into the first definition of wasted potential; it's crude, rough, and while it certainly tries...
Conclusion: Med de två första Terminator-filmerna skapade James Cameron en mörk, hård och kompromisslös bild av människans strävande efter teknologiska avancemang. Det skedde till slut, med skapandet av superdatorn Skynet.