Terminator 2: Judgment Day

DOS game, 1990

Genre:
Action
Year:
1990
Developer:
Dementia
Publisher:
Ocean Software
Perspective:
Side-view, Top-down
Theme:
Sci-Fi / Futuristic, Robot

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The game follows the storyline of the "Terminator 2: Judgment Day" movie, where players take on the roles of the key characters, including the Terminator (T-800), sent to protect John Connor, and Sarah Connor. The game's narrative closely mirrors the film's plot, revolving around the mission to prevent Judgment Day, the day when artificial intelligence Skynet becomes self-aware and launches a nuclear attack on humanity. …read more

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The game follows the storyline of the "Terminator 2: Judgment Day" movie, where players take on the roles of the key characters, including the Terminator (T-800), sent to protect John Connor, and Sarah Connor. The game's narrative closely mirrors the film's plot, revolving around the mission to prevent Judgment Day, the day when artificial intelligence Skynet becomes self-aware and launches a nuclear attack on humanity.

Terminator 2: Judgment Day is divided into several levels, each based on different scenes from the movie. The gameplay includes a mix of side-scrolling shooting action and driving sequences. In the shooting levels, players control the Terminator, navigating through various environments and battling Skynet's forces. The game features a variety of weapons, reflecting the arsenal used in the film.

Players must navigate vehicles, including motorcycles and trucks, through dangerous roads, evading or confronting enemies. These levels require quick reflexes and careful maneuvering, adding to the game's overall challenge. One of the game's challenges is its difficulty level. Players must carefully navigate through enemy-infested levels, manage their ammunition, and strategically use cover to survive. This difficulty, while potentially frustrating, also adds to the game's replay value, as players strive to master each level.

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