Terminator 3: The Redemption

Moby ID: 19017
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Terminator 3: The Redemption is a combination of 3rd person shooter, rail, and driving game featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger as the infamous T-850 Infiltrator. The game features 20+ alternate vehicles with never before seen SkyNet units and a Tech-Com Force Co-op mode. Your goal is to ensure the survival of both John Connor and Kate Brewster in present and future universes.

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Average score: 72% (based on 24 ratings)


Average score: 3.4 out of 5 (based on 17 ratings with 1 reviews)

Now, This Should have been T3:Rise Of The Machines.

The Good
This final installment in the Terminator PS2 series, is pretty good! I think it tops the other 2 Terminator games, in my opinion. The graphics are very good, and the Terminators battle damage makes him look bad ass. The game really doesn't really follow the story, and is nothing like the movie based T3 game. In this one, its in 3rd person, more guns, able to acquire practically any vehicle in the game, a lot of stuff you can do on here. The game adds in its own chapter of an untold part in Terminator 3, the movie. This game should have been released the same time the T3 movie came out, and the other T3:Rise Of The Machines should have been released later, as it sucked any way. The game has very intense, and cool levels, that almost makes you feel like your controlling the movie! But it has some flaws!

The Bad
The bad stuff:

1.The game has no check points,thus, you will have to be good about not dying in levels.

2.Difficulty is just intense. Not in a good way either, its just plain hard.

3.Sort of repetitive

4.I couldn't beat the game without using cheats. That should tell you something.

5.The future part of the game is very hard, and boring.

6.The T-X looks nothing like the actress.

Well, those are just pretty much all the big flaws.

The Bottom Line
A good game, but could have been just a bit better. I recommend it to any Terminator fans, or action shooting games.

PlayStation 2 · by TwoDividedByZero (114) · 2010


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Game added by Matt Burke.

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Game added August 30, 2005. Last modified January 23, 2024.