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Terminator 3: The Redemption – Review

Terminator: Redemption isn't a great game. It doesn't break any new ground in concept or execution, and the graphics aren't exactly eye-popping. It is, however, the best Terminator console game, and comes right on the heels of a game so bad I didn't bother to review it, and then one of the worst professionally made video games of this generation. It's not a perfect game by any means, but when put in the context of Atari's brutal mishandling of the Terminator franchise, this game is nothing less than them knocking one out of the park.

Terminator 3: The Redemption – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Language, Partial Nudity, Violence

Terminator 3: The Redemption

Game Description: Terminator 3: The Redemption advances the storyline of the classic sci-fi action films. Drive, fight and blast across America in 2032, as you become the Terminator unit created to defend John Connor and Kate Brewster. As Skynet's machines run rampant across the Los Angeles freeways and roads, you'll hunt them down and destroy them to salvage mankind. Team up with a friend for advanced co-op play and take out waves of Skynet machines Activate vintage Arnold phrases during the action, with exclusive voice recordings by the star actor.

SpyHunter – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence

SpyHunter – Review

SpyHunter is a decent remake and given the competition, is perhaps one of the better ones. Paradigm Entertainment managed to keep the arcade gameplay in tact—for better or worse—and put together a good game. Ordinarily all you can ask is that they at least match whatever positives were in the original, but in the case of SpyHunter that means it hasnt risen about a primitive arcade game released almost two decades ago. SpyHunter is little more than a graphical update to an arcade classic.

SpyHunter – Second Opinion

I'm a little loath to admit it, but I'm definitely old (or should I say ancient?) enough to remember SpyHunter from its arcade days. It was never a favorite of mine, but I did enjoy plunking a few quarters into it every now and then. While my score and Dale's aren't too far apart, I think that I ended up liking the game a lot more than he did.

SpyHunter

Game Description: Based on the arcade classic, SpyHunter is a mission-based combat racing game that puts you behind the wheel of the G-6155 Interceptor. Not just any car, the Interceptor is the ultimate counterintelligence prototype vehicle. First, it's turbocharged and ready to go with 845 horsepower for lightning-fast speed. That's not all—there's an arsenal of futuristic weaponry and morphing abilities to turn the car into a speedboat, jet ski, or motorcycle. Basically, it's everything you need to undertake 14 high-adrenaline missions on wheels.

Beetle Adventure Racing – Review

My first thought was where did this game come from? Published by the makers of the hit series, Need For Speed, Beetle Adventure Racing is a totally unexpected release. Gone are the muscle cars, the rally vehicles, and the crazy collection of authentic automobile licenses. Even the traditional racing elements I've come to expect from racing games are missing or de-emphasized.

Beetle Adventure Racing – Second Opinion

I found that seeking out and traversing through the often hidden alternate routes to be funny, thrilling and addictive, but where we differ is that while Dale found that there was enough in the gameplay department, I wanted something more. It seemed strange to me that I would play the game expecting an arcade racer, but ended up enjoying this other unexpected adventure/exploration feature.

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