Terminator Resistance

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Terminator Resistance

Post by Achtung Englander » Fri Nov 22, 2019 10:34 pm



This game is getting rave reviews
Games playing : Assassin's Creed II / Metro 2033 / The Messenger / One Finger Death Punch

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Re: Terminator Resistance

Post by Animalmother » Sat Nov 23, 2019 10:05 am

Gmanlives gave it a very similar review, giving the sound and music very high praise. It's something I'll definitely be getting once it drops in price.

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Re: Terminator Resistance

Post by Medicine Man » Sat Nov 23, 2019 12:30 pm

The return of the B game?

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Re: Terminator Resistance

Post by Animalmother » Sat Nov 23, 2019 3:59 pm

Medicine Man wrote:
Sat Nov 23, 2019 12:30 pm
The return of the B game?
Seeing as their last game is considered one of the worst in resent memory, the studio is probably one to watch.

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Re: Terminator Resistance

Post by Can't think of one » Sat Nov 23, 2019 9:01 pm

Got this for £23.99 on CD keys, I'm enjoying it and played it for about 6 hours - Here are my thoughts on it:

Graphics are about 10 years out of date(which doesn't bother me) and the facial animations are 15 years out of date :lol:

Music and sound effects are great and faithful to the first two movies

Lots of nice easter eggs and references and the whole game does an excellent job of capturing the look and feel of the future scenes in T1 and T2

Gameplay-wise it's very similar to metro exodus. You have the scripted action sequences where you fight alongside other resistance fighters against the terminators. It's very call of duty but this only makes up for a small part of the game, the "breather levels" that take place in the resistance base where you activate side quest, talk to NPC's (with multiple dialogue options etc) etc and the rest of the you tackle the main objective in small open-world maps where you have the option of exploring for loot, do sidequests and even destroy or capture Skynet outposts.

For a budget game, it's great fun and I recommended if you are a terminator fan

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