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The Terminator: Dawn of Fate

by Atari
Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Teen
36 customer reviews
Metascore: 58 / 100
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  • Players will face off against their robotic foes as three unique playable characters, including Kyle Reesethe hero of the first Terminator moviea hardened soldier and unknowing father to John Connor; Catherine Luna, a special operations officer; and a third, highly secretive character.
  • Each character is equipped with distinct strengths, combat style and signature weapons that come into play during the game.
  • More than 20 high-energy weapons are at the players disposal for mowing down Terminators and other Skynet HKs, including rocket launchers, shock batons and explosive devices.
  • Additionally, highly intuitive artificial intelligence (AI) fighters will join the cause, lending their lives toassist in destroying Skynet.
  • A revolutionary dynamic camera system that allows the player to locate and target an enemy clearly and instinctively with its dedicated combat cam mode.
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The year is 2027 and the evil machines of Skynet have risen, reaping a bloody harvest of human flesh across the globe. You are a soldier of Tech Com, a ragged team of human resistance fighters intent upon stopping the overwhelming onslaught of cybernetic assassins in post-apocalyptic Los Angeles.

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The year is 2027. The machines of Skynet have risen, reaping a bloody harvest of human flesh across the globe. You are a soldier of Tech Com, a ragged team of human resistance fighters intent upon stopping the overwhelming onslaught of cybernetic assassins in post-apocalyptic Los Angeles. Your ultimate goal is to reach a time travel device in time to send Kyle Reese back to 1984, with the hope of preventing a relentless Terminator model T-800 from murdering Sarah Connor, mother of resistance leader John Connor.

This game is set before the events of the first Terminator film. There are three playable characters, each with specialized skills and abilities, including Kyle Reese, hero of the film. The 11 massive missions take the player through diverse, richly detailed, highly interactive environments. The dynamic camera system allows the player to target cyborgs with speed and accuracy, using never-before-seen weapons of wanton destruction. Terminator: Dawn of Fate includes both missile and melee combat in third- and first-person play modes.


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  • ASIN: B000067DPC
  • Item Weight: 5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,206 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on September 26, 2002
WOW!!! Terminator: Dawn of Fate is on of the best games for the PS2 console. Time: 2027 A.D. Place: Post-nuclear Los Angeles.Robots from missile defence systems get smart and take over the world. Play as one of three characters, including the star of the movie The Terminator. Use weapons like the AR50 machine pistols, SR70 plasma rifle, canister bombs, C4, plasma batons, etc. I haven't even beaten the first level, but this is a game not to be missed. Fight Endos, plasma frisbees, and the legandary T-800 assasin droid. The game acts as a prequal to the movie, so it helps to have seen it.
Action: *****
Stratigy: ***
Fun: *****
Difficuly: ****
If you don't have Terminator, buy it quick and don't miss out!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on September 22, 2002
Terminator: Dawn of Fate is a straight forward action/shooter with the storyline serving as a prequel to the first Terminator film. During the course of the game's 10 missions, you'll play as three different characters (including Kyle Reese, Michael Biehn's character from the original film), and even though the characters look different, the gameplay stays the same. To move the game along are some nicely rendered CG cinema sequences and in-game cut scenes, plus a comlink to pick up more objectives in the middle of a mission; all of which are nice little additions, but what hurts Terminator: Dawn of Fate are the overly clunky controls and annoying camera. Especially the fact that depending on which way your character is running, shooting, etc., the controls will change up whenever the camera angle does the same; if all of this would have been corrected this game would be a near must own. The game's graphics have moments of brilliance, but are nothing special really, as is the sound effects. All in all, despite it's flaws, Terminator: Dawn of Fate is a must play for fans of the Terminator films, but action gamers may be better suited to look elsewhere.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Michael J Fletcher on November 9, 2002
I give this game 4 Stars. It is pretty fun but not great. The Camera movements can get confusing and I sometimes get lost and lose control of the Character. I started playing it yesterday and am half way through it so it isn't too hard. I guess I'll have to try the hard levels next after I beat it. I am a fan of the movies and I can't wait for the third one to come out this summer so this game nice to see. I think that fans of Terminator would enjoy this game!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Gregory John Ranzoni on March 5, 2003
The game opens with the drumming theme from the Terminator movies, the camera pans along the twisted nuked blasted wreckage of what was once Los Angeles. Once a sprawling metropolis, now nothing but a twisted surreal, hunted nuclear waste land. As the bingeing cut scenes progresses, John Conner gives a foreshadowing narrative telling of, briefly, the creation of Skynets, (later on he gives a more complete story as you complete one level after the next), and the up coming mission of the game. The cut scene ends with an explosive shot out between Kyle Reese and a T-800 Infiltrator (For all those Arny freaks out there, he dose not appear in this game, as far as I know.) That's where the game begins.
Terminator: Dawn of Fate is a prequel to the terminator films, much like Phantom Menace, only better acted, it tells the story of the final battle to crush Skynet and the events that lead up to the first movie. You play three characters through 10 very long missions, Kyle Reese, the hero of the first movie, Captain Justine Perry, who Reese mentions in the first movie, and then there is Lieutenant Catherine Luna, who I think is mention in the Terminator 2 movie book by Randall Franks. You can use a vast arsenal of weaponry throughout this game. Each weapon has it's special use, like the AP50 machine pistol and the AP10 Assault Rifle good for quick kill head shots. The PLM40 is an all purpose weapon, but I think that the best weapon in the game is the shot gun, It can kill anything, from H/K Recons, to the HK Spiders.
The controlling of this game is very awkward it changes with the camera, and the camera changes every fifty feet of movement, leaving the play slightly disoriented, how ever the Adrenaline rush feature and the First person targeting makes up for it.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By bart on May 13, 2004
Terminator Dawn of fate is the first game I ever played when I first got my PS2. The moment I played it, I loved. Its so much fun. Sure the controlling is a bit hard, when once you get used to it, you'll have a great time playing the game. I do not know why this game has received many bad reviews; after all it's way better then the more recent Terminator 3- rise of the machines game. That game is just too hard, the controls are very complicated, it isn't very intense, and the back round music is horrible. In this one, the controls are simpler; you don't have to be in first person mode so you can see yourself. I find that to be better b/c when you're not in first person mode, you can run and roll on the ground to avoid being hit. When making a combination of running, rolling, and shooting with all the futuristic hi-tech weapons, the game becomes pretty intense. Also I love the rock music starts playing in the back round when you start to battle machines. And another great part of this game is the story line- the story of the game is basically going through all the events that led up to the original Terminator movie (1984). This game creates a back round story behind the terminator movies. All that was said from the terminator movies such as machines sending a terminator back through time, the war against the machines, terminator factories are things you finally get to see when you play this game. Plus this game also has even more things that were never shown or said in the terminator films such as their being a traitor, who sold out the humans, or that the humans knew of skynets plan to send a terminator back thru time, or the never before seen assassin machines that are only featured in this game and not in the movie.Read more ›
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