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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 12:09pm 16/12/08 | 7 Comments
While we all sit and wonder if the new Terminator movie is going to be worth the effort, Warner Interactive have shown off a trailer for the accompanying game that I'm actually surprised to be able to say looks pretty good.

Terminator Salvation could, in fact, be the series' salvation after the loathsome T3, where we finally get to see Connor and co take on the HKs in the post-apocalyptic LA James Cameron envisioned all those moons ago.

Hit this link for the Spike TV Videogame Awards debut trailer.

terminator salvationtrailer

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Posted 12:47pm 16/12/08
reminds me of quake wars a bit
Posted 02:36pm 16/12/08
Looks a bit like Gears of War to me. Looks pretty sweet, but it's a movie game, so I wont get my hopes up.
Posted 02:42pm 16/12/08
Yeh, I think I'll pass.

I reckon the Terminator brand would convert nicely into a cool MMO if it was done well. Good long-term war with heaps of battles in something other than a swords-and-sorcery environment would be a refreshing change, although as Midda says, everyone seems to screw up their movie licenses just to cash in.
Steve Farrelly
Posted 02:46pm 16/12/08
I don't know, the audio on that trailer kind of made me feel like they realise they have something special here (in terms of setting and what the hardcore have been asking for since the first movie), I'm not holding my breath, my interest has gone from zero to at least a 2
Posted 02:56pm 16/12/08
I just didnt' get a sense of the sort of game it is from the trailer.
Posted 12:56am 20/12/08
looks like its got the goods graphics wise, i am sure there will be more trailers with a more enlightening view of the scope of the gameplay soon, here be hoping that gameplay matches up, bring on the machines!
Posted 08:58am 20/12/08
its not that the companies intentionally screw up their movie licenses, but rather a problem of the process.

they spend so long putting in competing bids for the right to the license, that there's little time between the end of that process and when they have to launch the game (with the movie, or its lost forever), that the game ends up being rushed, and, inevitably, s***.
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