Based on the movie, you play as the Terminator that is programmed by Skynet to destroy mankind before John Connor can reprogram a Terminator to send back in time to protect his younger self.
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At the cemetery, the hearse loses a right side hub cap twice, but when it gets to the road, there is only one hub cap missing. See more
The opening Atari logo forms out of a puddle of liquid metal. See more
The DVD release of Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines is a slightly edited version of the film as originally shown in theaters. Trimmed from the movie is a quick quip from a fire fighter in which one fireman ribs another that he must not be lifting enough weights, or words to that effect, after the first man failed to lift the T-850, to which the fire fighter in question gives an exasperated look.
The second moment happened at the end of John's nightmare in which he sees a battalion of T-850s amble over a hill of rubble only to be finally spotted by one of the metal monsters and stared down dead-on. That moment of the T-850 , staring at John went on for approximately another two or three seconds as shown in cinemas.
Lastly, Arnold Schwarzenegger's T-850 no longer spins the carousel of sunglasses at the convenience store as he did in the original theatrical presentation; instead the film makes a cut as soon as he spies and approaches the case. See more
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25 November 2003 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Terminator 3: War of the Machines
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