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The Terminator: Dawn of Fate (2002)

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 ... See full summary »



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Cast overview:
Bruce DuBose ...
John Connor (voice)
Sgt. Kyle Reese / Captain Gabriel Stone (voice) (as Julio Cedillo)
David Wilk ...
Alexander Stone (voice)
Justin Perry (voice)
Patty Silva ...
Catherine Luna (voice)


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. If you fail in your mission, the resistance will crumble, and no one will survive the rise of the machines. The fate of humanity lies in your hands. Written by Mark

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It's Always Darkest Before The Dawn




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25 October 2002 (UK)  »

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[first lines]
John Connor: After thirty years fighting the machines, humans barely escaped extinction. Every year, Skynet unleashes new war machines against us, each one designed for a single purpose, to wipe us out. Every year we continue to defy by fighting back, and striving to live another day. Some look on me as a Messiah; John Connor, the warrior prophet come to lead humanity to victory. If they only knew what I knew. In less than a week, Skynet will activate it's latest creation: a time machine. It ...
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Spun-off from The Terminator (1984) See more »


Hi-Tech Hate
Music by Dino Cazares, Christian Olde Wolbers & Raymond Herrera
Lyrics by Burton C. Bell
Performed by Fear Factory
Produced by Rhys Fulkber & Fear Factory
Additional Production by Greg Reely
Mixed by Greg Reely, Rhys Fulber & Dino Cazares
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10 April 2004 | by (bradford, england) – See all my reviews

I am one of the crazyist fans of Terminator. When i first bought a ps2, i wished that they would make a terminator game. and so they did. when i first played the game i thought the gameplay would be something like kyle reese going back in time and protecting sarah conner from the t800 infiltrator. but the gameplay was completely in the future with john conner and the tech-com soldiers. there were only a few cg movies, but they were made excellently. the graphics in the gameplay were fairly ok at first until you turn on the adrenaline where everything goes into high graphic mode. 10 levels of play was a reasonable amount to complete. they could have added more levels involving going outside, hiding amongst the ruble and taking out skynet's forces and even doing a mission involving cars like taking out an aerial hk. the variety of weapons were good ranging from plasma guns to rocket launchers. the level i liked most was level 8 (infiltration) where you had to destroy the t800 infiltrator. after the first 100 health points, it burns and loses its skin, then it crawls on the floor. the cheats section was quite good (infinite ammo, adrenaline, 10000 health points, lethal baton, all guns and character skins). the range of music was excellent. the only mager problem was the camera angles. every time you move 2 seconds later the camera switches. this is the only big problem that ruins the game. the other thing they could of done to improve it was to add a cg movie for each level.

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