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Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines - Xbox

by Atari
Platform : Xbox
Rated: Teen
18 customer reviews
Metascore: 35 / 100

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  • Realistic 3D shooter action with weapons, environments and locations taken directly from the film T3 - Rise of the Machines
  • Fight your way through exceptional combat scenarios - subways, tunnels, burnt-out buildings and more
  • Multiplayer action for up to 32 combatants
  • Play as Arnold Schwarzenegger's Character from the Terminator films
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Platform: Xbox

Product Description

Engage in hand-to-hand combat, maneuver vehicles and face off with other Terminators while saving the world in this action-packed adventure.

From the Manufacturer

Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines features exclusive film footage created specifically for the release of the videogame and not available in the motion picture. Filmed by director Jonathan Mostow, this 5-minute segment features Arnold Schwarzenegger and sheds new light on the mythology behind the origins of the Terminator. In addition, footage from the feature film is used liberally throughout the game to set up key situations and story-related game elements.

The Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines videogame storyline weaves in and out of the movie script as players face enemies from the present in which the War of the Machines looms on the horizon, to the apocalyptic future where the War itself is waged on all fronts. While following the feature film's plot closely, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines will go one step further by providing fans of the Terminator series with a deeper look into the movie's universe and the role of the Terminator, a futuristic fighting machine reprogrammed to save humanity from the SkyNet holocaust.

As the Terminator, players face all comers in first-person action from the wastelands of the future to present-day Los Angeles. Military bases, laboratories and downtown Los Angeles are just a few of the more than 20 unique locations found in the game, which have been taken straight from the current Terminator timeline of events. In addition, more than 20 futuristic and modern-day weapons are at the player's disposal for use in terminating any enemy in the most efficient manner possible, including the SkyNet Arc-Laser, Tech-Com Micro Rocket Launcher and the AR-15 Assault Rifle with M202 Grenade Launcher.

Terminators are designed to utilize the most readily and efficient means available to eliminate any particular foe--when that enemy is a Terminator this leads to absolutely brutal hand-to-hand combat. Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines will allow player's to engage in true movie-like Terminator combat as they repeatedly face the ultimate killing machine, the T-X, throughout the single-player game. Smashing opponents into walls, massive two-handed chops and crushing kicks are just a few of the dozens of moves in the Terminator's arsenal.

A unique twist in the Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines story will also allow players to operate the Terminator before it was reprogrammed in the future to save John Connor. As a result, players will be able to test their terminating skills against battle-hardened Tech Com special forces from the future as they fight alongside and utilize SkyNet's advanced weaponry, including Future Killer tanks and flyers, fixed gun emplacements as well as other Terminators in an effort to crush the last remnants of humankind.

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Platform: Xbox
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  • ASIN: B00009P9IT
  • Product Dimensions: 7.2 x 5.2 x 0.5 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 8, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,067 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By miktek on December 9, 2003
Platform for Display: Xbox
Ummm, this game is ok to play but just.
I mean you go around and shoot things from one level to another skipping between the future and the past.The game play DOES become tedious and you should lose any enagaement with it after the first say 3 to 5 levels. Its not a particulary hard game, basically all get is swarms of AI coming for yah over and over and over AND OVER again with the occasional punch up.
The story begins with a prelude to the T3 film it is based on and then becomes involved with the events within the movie itself.
Graphically the CG scenes are quite good but still quite average and the actual gaming graphics is, at times horrid, but always never above average.
Game play is ok with you just knocking things off and there is an auto aim by pressing yah left trigger which can either help of hinder yah shooting depending on what yah trying to aim at, (auto aim will only lock on to one thing at a time). The flying AI will drive yah a bit insane.
Immersion is pretty bad for the average player but for fans of the films you make get a kick from being the Terminator and shooting other models of terminators, but i think this will be average and eventually dull gameplay for even the most die hard fan.
The extras are a bonus but are certainly not worth the full price of this game (maybe a cheap second hand copy would be a good purchase for fans).
Arnold's voice is a good addition to the game but becomes repeative and even though the Terminator is meant to be quite dry in tone and response, this Terminator tone sounds plained bored and its quite clear that Arnold was given a list of responses and quoted them quickly, picked up his pay cheque and left the sound recording thinking " Hasta La Vista Baby". There is just no enthusaim in this game.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By D.L. on November 19, 2003
Platform for Display: Xbox
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines is bar none the worst game tied to a movie license that I've ever played. The graphics are drab and lifeless, the controls are clunky, and the missions are boring and tedious. The game's only saving grace is the plethora of unlockables (CG in-game movies, theatrical clips, behind the scenes clips, stills, etc.) available to you as you progress through the game as well as a playable demo of a much better, currently unannounced, terminator game called T3: Redemption. There were times when I found myself playing the demo rather than the actual game itself. In it, you play as Arnold from a third person perspective as you blast away cyborgs and HK's on foot or on vehicle through a nuclear-scorched Los Angeles. This was the game that I should have been playing, not the rushed hack job I got instead. For die-hard fans, save you money till T3: Redemption comes out. Rise of the Machines by itself, is just an expensive demo.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 13, 2003
Platform for Display: Xbox
Dear buyer I am a person who loves terminator.
I have alot of terminator toys, movies and games.
Every think that was made for terminator was realy good except for this one game. It really bites the dust. When I saw the making of the game they said it was amazing. They said that it would take some time to finsh playing the game. It took me one day. After I finshed thought that it was a waste of my time and money. There is no replay value at all. I mean atleast have a multiplayer mode or something intresting. I say that if you really want to play this game rent it or buy it used at a good price. A really good price.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By miktek on April 6, 2004
Platform for Display: Xbox
Well, what can one say about this game.
I guess your here wanting to know whether this game is any good or not ?
Answer : By far it is a sub average game with VERY tedious gameplay and poorly exucuted story fragments and cutscenes. The whole game is a bit of a mish mash of CGI footage and actual movie footage which really makes the game feel like it is cut and pasted.
The CGI is pretty good though a bit foggy looking like the beginning of Resident Evil Remake for Nintendo ( meaning there is a slight blur to it all). The movie scenes are good but just seemed un-nesccary and really didn't add anything to the game (if i wanted to see the film id get that).
The controls are relatively easy and don't take much time to pick up. Probabely because you will be doing the same thing over and over again. The AI in the game respawn in certain areas and you will be contiunally shooting those damn flying machines forever thinking " im getting bored of this". The developers just throws AI at you with the occasional mission directive (like find Sarah Connors coffin)and think they have this new sensational game. No they don't !!!!!!
Don't be fooled either by there campaign that they have the REAL man himself and that this makes the game better than any other. Arnold really doesn't have alot to do with this game. Basically all Arnold had to do for this game was go in a sound booth for a minute say 10 words like " excellent" " reloaded" and so forth and here we have the result. A game that really is repeative in every way and has no real distinction over other Terminators games for having the big fella involved.
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