Name of Game: Terminator Salvation Publisher: Warner Home Video Games Release Date: 5/19/2009 Genre: Action Player: 1 or 2 Buy/Don't: No Overall Rating: 7.0 Platforms: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC
I would like to start off and say this is a very excellent game to rent, but it is too short to warrant buying.
It will take you 4-6 hours to complete the game and there is virtually no replay value with this game.
What more can you say other than this is a movie game. The AI is intelligent and predictable at the same time.
The weapons are there and the ammo is plentiful, and different weapon types you get include a shotgun, machine gun, assault rifle, rpg and gernade launcher. For gernades you get frag gernades and pipe bombs.
Theres 9 levels for this game.. the first one is easy, the ninth level is easy, the levels are the same but the AI and scenery change and get a little bit harder.
The machines are pretty much all the same. They are all mechanical monsters with different weak spots and a weak story. There is a boss for every level, typically in this game you just shoot rockets or machine guns at them till they die and then repeat on the next level.
It makes a good Friday night rental for late night but not a very good game, and to recap there is no replay value and its also a movie game.
- Fun. It's a good rental
- Awesome weapons
- Short and a movie game
- Limited weapon selection
- Repetative and predictable AI and game fly
Graphics - 8.0 - Average, nothing special about them
Sound - 5.0 - Just regular, Nothing special
Gameplay - 8.0 - Its a Movie Game. Its short, a good rental and its average
Fun Factor - 5.0 - Average
Online - N/A
Overall - 7.0 (out of 10 / not an average)
I can't believe what a high score you gave this game after the piss-poor review you gave Wolverine.
This has to be the worst game I've played in at least 6 months.
I played Wolverine for almost 30 hours to collect everything and had fun the entire time. This game lasts 4 hours and I can't believe how stupid I was for buying it.
I can't believe you gave Wolverine a 1 for "Fun Factor" and you gave this a 5.
To each his own I suppose.
Games make a diferent impact on everyone, some will consider the first person shooters the best games others the hack and slash and so on. If you ask me I cant play for more than 5 minutes racing and fighting games they just dont make a click in me I suppose, but I love rpgs and fps.
Games are like movies but they have to be reviewed according to the genre and the reviewer has to be a fan of the genre or the review will be crap and it would help a lot if different reviewers stating their likes also reviewed the game that way if you like racing games you can follow a racing reviewer thats playing for example a fps and get an idea of how you will feel. To me the review here works because it states what I look for money vs hours of play, if you finish this in 6 hours you are paying 10 dlls per if the game is $60 dlls.
yeah the worst game i ever played too
graphic 1 /10 Ps1 games looks better
gameplay 1 /10 I didnt get it
story 1/10 Stupid story
sound 1/10 verry bad
buy it : never
rent it : never save your 5$
this game suck big time and wolvering 10/10
To me the review here works because it states what I look for money vs hours of play, if you finish this in 6 hours you are paying 10 dlls per if the game is $60 dlls.
I agree but in the Wolverine review he basically praises the game for 3 paragraphs and says it's 20 hours long, but then says he doesn't like hack and slash games and gives it a 5. This one he complains about and says it only lasts 4 hours and he gives it a 7? I get the fact that hack and slash isn't his cup of tea, but I don't agree with giving a game a low score because the genre isn't your favorite. I wasn't trying to be a jerk I was just really taken back by it. He can assign whatever arbitrary values to any game he wants I suppose... it is his choice. :P