Terminator: Salvation (2009, Third-Person Action Game, 360) – 6/10 review

Terminator: Salvation Terminator: Salvation (2009)

John Connor, a resistance fighter in a future war against machines, hot-headedly goes to rescue a fellow fighter stranded inside a Skynet facility against the orders of his commanding officer and knowing it’s likely a death sentence. But he’s human, not a machine, and the odds don’t matter when a life is at stake.

6/10

For everything Terminator: Salvation does right, the teammate AI does something wrong, typically stand in a really unhelpful place and never move. Play the game in human co-op, and the mild tactical requirements of gameplay (one of you has to distract an enemy while the other shoots it in a weak point, usually the back, and you must make use of cover) shine through and it’s good fun. The game is well enough presented, doesn’t spoil the movie and is simple to play. The Achievements are easy and the game doesn’t outstay it’s welcome; that’s to say, it’s short – about half the length of similar games – and you would be miffed if you paid full price for it. So rent it.

This Terminator: Salvation game contains mild gun violence.

Classified 16+ by PEGI. The game is only suitable for persons who have reached the age of 16 or over..

2 thoughts on “Terminator: Salvation (2009, Third-Person Action Game, 360) – 6/10 review

  1. Terminator Salvation ( or Renaissance . I play the french version !! ) game is not the best FPS of the year but is a decent game. I very like it. Maybe because i’m a big Terminator fan from the first movie ???

    ( Go here http://www.myfantasyweb.com/terminator/videogames/screenshots.html for screenshots gallerie )

    Some Terminator Salvation game trailers:

    You can see my own Terminator site here:

    http://www.myfantasyweb.com/terminator/terminator.html
    Full of wallpapers, screenshots,action figures,soundtracks and movies

  2. In an overall view, this game is a completely an action-packed adventure where the players deal in a genre filled with explosions, guns, robots, and an apocalyptic future

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