Summary: I bought this cheap so got lucky on that front, but this game could have been so much better. Graphically its not bad - bit boring seeing the same old terminator endoskeleton wandering toward you over and over again (maybe a different color occassionally) but it holds well.
Summary: Although not completely horrible--I did bother to finish the game, after all, although I "cheated" a bit, this game is a great disappointment. It could have been so much more. Contra mainstream opinions, I'm usually a big fan of movie tie-in games--they're often my favorites.
Summary: Basically, this game's not worth anyone's money. I bought this game thinking it would be pretty good, but boy was I surprised. This game has ok graphics, terrible gameplay, and no story at all. I wish this game was never made because it made Atari look stupid.
Summary: I gave this game a rent and decided not to buy it. The positive is the game is the first game to play as Arnold. We get his voice and his likeness. It also includes cool CG cutscenes that answer a couple questions about the movie.
Summary: This game is dark, dank, gritty and boring! The controls are extremely hard to master because you have to use both of the analog sticks to walk and turn and aim all at the same time. The graphics are cool and so are the actor's voice overs, but that's the only redeeming uality about this lame-fest!
Summary: I bought this game after i wacthed all 3 moveis and i loved them all and wanted to wacth some more so i decide to have a look. Now when i bought this amazon didn't have photos of the in-game experience so i had no clue it was a first person shooter (fps), but that isnt all bad because i like them...
Summary: Argghh help! I've been zapped back to 1992 and I'm forced to play a torturous game called Terminator 3. Hang on? no I haven't. Whilst the graphics and the controls were a give away, the gameplay (i.e. challenge, missions) are firmly stuck in the past.