Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by DocStrangelove, Sep 20, 2019.
sorry i wanted to quote emperor
obsolete are you serious? T2 is at least 20 years ahead of its time, and even by today standards, the production values are as high as any big budget blockbuster film
T1 and T2 are..... Classics. There are no Terminator movies after that. Though I did think T3 was not too bad.
I personally hated T3.
From the horrible casting... Nick Stahl... as John... bleh.
To the overly forced attempts at humor, bad writing... lackluster action scenes. The TX being an awful "new" Terminator.
I know a lot of people hated Salvation, but I really liked it. If for the fact that it did it's own thing. It didn't lazily try to copy the T2 time travel story again and again.
And yes, it's not the "Everything is blue!!!" future war shown in T2, but it was nice to see a different story in this universe. And focusing on John before he was an all trusted leader of the resistance...
It was nice to see he wasn't just thrown to the top of the ranks because reasons.
But, as much as I hate T3, Genisys is worse.
From plot holes, to bad casting, bad effects, bad writing... and the trailers giving away the plot twist... bleh. And, Dark Fate... has the same problems as Genisys does. The movie looks fake because of the over use of CGI, it's a tired retread of T2... and yet, at the same time, makes the first and second movies pointless because of an action in the first five minutes.
Agreed, Salvation was actually the movie i've been waiting for since T2. Back then i thought a movie only taking place in the future shortly before Skynet would be totally awesome.
I just imagined it to be at night time because of what Kyle Reese said in T1 - at daylight the machine were supposed to have unmatched recon capabitlties. Something Salvation actually screwed up a bit.
And seriously - that T600 was dumb AF.
Ofc nothing comes close to the first 2 movies, however T3 is an entertaining film, i didn t like any of the other films, as i said: brad fiedel is a genius of a composer to know how to give you the tension while watchinf the first and the second film
Well, Salvation also takes place earlier in the war. Before Kyle was part of the resistance, so... early Terminators.
So... I was okay with them not being as up to snuff.
Also, worth remembering, the movie was written/directed during the writers strike.
It turned out way better then a lot of other movies during that time.
Well, no matter how we like or dislike the movies, the franchise now rests in the hands of the makers of Rambo: The Videogame. For what it's worth, one of the devs actually contacted Angry Joe of all people to "assure" that they have come long way from Rambo. I kinda want to believe that (the visuals seem nice enough, we need the gameplay to hold up, though), so I'm still keeping an eye on this game. It would be nice to get a proper SP campaign in the Terminator universe. We didn't get any since the movie tie-in with Salvation, and prior to that we've had the Bethesda games from the 90s. There was a fan game being made long ago, I remember following it on Moddb.com, but it "only" got a demo out.
I would be happy for Terminator Future Shock being redone in UE4 or any capable gfx engine
Lately watched some videos of that game again for old times sake and was kinda shocked how stale the gameplay is from today's standpoint.
Enemies that came into the rendering circle just stood there waiting to get shot before reacting. Or in some cases you could aim and walk back a few steps until they were not rendered anymore and shot them from there without any reaction.
Mmmmmh i dunno. Besides this game actually reminds me quite a bit of TFS tbh.
Love the stealth sections. Might pick this up in a year.
Well .. it's BETHESDA game, after all, their AI was always kind of dumb.
What I'm missing is the atmosphere, deadly radiation. So I hope I will find something like this in Resistance.
Still looks like an "okey" game to me which is fine.
Graphics don't turn me on or off so i don't care what it looks like.
My bad. It was Terminator 4 I thought wasn`t too bad. The only thing I liked bout T3, was the hot Terminator actress. lol
Looks azz. Moves azz. I tell you, had they released this right round the time AVP 1999 was released.... it would have rocked. It is THAT dated.