Reviews and Problems with Terminator 3: The Redemption
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Terminator 3: The Redemption
Prophet "Jesus is LORD!", Amazon
19 February 2014
Summary: My nephew Cody saved up his $ and bought this game. He liked the game for the entire 3 days it took him to beat the game. The game works and came in on time and Cody liked it. That's good enough for me.
Summary: The "Terminator" franchise doesn't need an introduction, but for clarity's sake, I'll give it one. Four films, all excellent in their own right, tell the story of a doomed Earth taken over by machines, and a group of rebels using time-travel to go back to the past and avert the mistakes which led to the chaotic apocalypse in which they live.
Summary: Well, I certainly was not expecting this game to be as good as it was, but it does still come with it's own cons. This game is great for any Terminator fans, especially the 3rd film... which I am not, I don't hate it, but I don't like it either... but in this game you get to take part of the adventure of the 3rd film as the T-800 (Arnie), but not just from the time he appears in the movie, no, in fact you begin in the future where the T-800 has just killed John Conner,...
Summary: (do not purchase other t3 games, this is the one to get) the game takes place in an order which follows the film t3 rise of the machines- as if you hadn't guessed from its title! reasons its a must have: 1.you get to play 3rd person as arnie, use dual-wield plasma rifles and control a large variety of destructive vehicles.
Summary: I thought this game sucked. I'm pretty good at video games, but this game just seemed to be too hard. I played the first level about ten times and kept dying, then I'd have to start the level all over again. I couldn't kill the spaceship no mater how many times I hit it, so I just gave up. I put a few hours in on this game and that's all the time I'm willing to give it. There are too many other good games to deal with this.
Summary: Many of the Terminator's lines are not in Arnold's voice, which is very cheesey, he has a voice that just can't be duplicated. Also, many missions are tedious, rather than challenging, and you have to try dozens of times to beat some levels. Still, it is an interesting, alternative take on the movie. Some levels are very fun, like the ones in the future, where you get to shoot machines with plasma rifles.
Summary: This game is very hard, and not in a fun challenging way, just retardedly hard with nothing to do really but follow a T-X and shoot her 12 levels in a row (with her obviously not getting hurt at all) the worst part is the whole "no checkpoints" and can't save till end of level, so if you are like 1 feet away from finishing the level but then die, you start all over again. As most said before, best if you just borrow, or skip this game all together.
Summary: Let me start with the good things about this game. First of all, this game has amazing graphics. It also has an amazing story, and awesome gameplay. What more could someone ask for in a game? How about a little easier game? This game is the most frustrating game I've played. I mean seriously, I don't think the people who made this game heard of checkpoints!!!! When I'm playing a level, I'll get to the very end and then I'll die and start the whole dumb level over again.
Summary: This game is really fun at first being an T-850. It gets really boring and repetetive when you die on the same mission over and over again. There should really be some checkpoints so you don't have to waste an extra 10 minutes. On many missions you are doing two things at the same time-driving and shooting. It becomes easier after a few hundred times.