Excerpt: Terminator is perhaps the very first movie that made actor Arnold Schwarzenegger and director James Cameron famous over night. Terminator 2: Judgment Day came a few years later and Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (or short T3), still in production and supposed to be out in 2003, is rumored to be the most expensive movie ever - of course featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger again.
Conclusion: You'll pick up a variety of weapons as you make your way through the game, including auto pistols, assault rifles, rocket launchers, canister bombs, and C4 explosives. You'll even get to fire futuristic weaponry like a pulse cannon that can zoom in like a sniper rifle to take out targets from afar. While the projectile weapons are fun to shoot, fighting endoskeletons up close hand-to-hand is much more effective.
Excerpt: While it's not the prettiest game on the market, Terminator: Dawn of Fate is still able to pull off a look that portrays a bleak and dirty future. It's all about style points here, with the humans in their broken and battered BMX style armor and locations that are burnt up and torn apart. The endos (that's short for endoskeletons for you non-hardcore fans out there), on the other hand, don't look anything like their movie counterparts.
Conclusion: En definitiva, Terminator vuelve a la carga en nuestra Playstation2 en forma de título mediocre, que no cumple nuestras expectativas ni llega a la altura de una licencia tan poderosa. Un juego que prometía mucho y que se queda a mitad de camino, muy posiblemente por no haberle dedicado el tiempo necesario a un juego que podría haber sido digno de mención.
Pros: Inclusión de torretas, Doblado al castellano, Secuencias cinemáticas impresionantes
Cons: Inclusión de torretas, Doblado al castellano, Secuencias cinemáticas impresionantes