The Terminator film series received several video games adaptations for PC. Terminator: Genesis, fifth film in the saga was released on July 2 for Android and iOS. In the past, the franchise has already released titles for various platforms such as SNES, Xbox, Mega Drive and more. In this list, we summon up the ten most memorable games in the franchise.
The Terminator (SNES)
Inspired by the first film in the series, The Terminator is an action and shooting game in two-dimensional platform with a very high level of difficulty.
The player controls the character Kyle Reese amidst various scenarios of the film. He must destroy many robots T-800 Skynet and meet challenging bosses in a pickup truck.
Terminator 2: Judgment Day (Arcade, Master System, Mega Drive, SNES and Nintendo)
Terminator 2: Judgment Day is a first-person shooter game for arcade in which the player faces wars against androids in the future and the dangerous T-1000 robot antagonist "Terminator 2: Judgment Day."
Developed by Midway in 1991, the same year the premiere of the film, the game was so successful that it was adapted from Arcade to consoles. However, these new versions have lost a lot of quality in graphics.
Terminator 2: Judgment Day (Mega Drive and SNES)
Launched in 1993, Terminator 2: Judgment Day is a 2D action game with 16-bit graphics, rebuilding the whole plot of the second film in the franchise.
The gamer controls the T-800 robot, played in the series by Arnold Schwarzenegger, and need to escape from the villain or face it, according to the events of "The Terminator 2: Judgment Day."
RoboCop Versus The Terminator (Game Boy, Sega Master System, Mega Drive, NES, SNES)
RoboCop Versus The Terminator is a two-dimensional platform game also mixing the plot of two famous film franchises of the 90s.
Starring cyborg RoboCop, the title has an exciting history, reasonable graphics and a simple and fun gameplay.
The Terminator: Dawn of Fate (PS2 and Xbox)
Launched in 2002, one year before the premiere of "Terminator 3 - Rise of the Machines," The Terminator: Dawn of Fate is a shooting and third-person action video game that takes place before the first film in the franchise.
In order to achieve the time machine before the first T-800 is sent to the past, the player can choose between three characters with different skills to face the machines of Skynet.
Terminator 3: The Redemption (PS2, Xbox and Game Cube)
In an immersive perspective and great three-dimensional graphics, "Terminator 3: The Redemption" is a game of action and adventure that tells the plot of the third film of the franchise and continues the story.
The game has great animations and plays almost every movie chase scenes. The title also features fights between characters and dynamic shooter first and third person.
Terminator Salvation is a shooting game in the third person that the story develops between the third film in the series and "Terminator 4: Salvation".
Starring John Connor and his squad of soldiers, the game has a very similar gameplay Gears of War , still offering starting modalities individual and cooperative.
Terminator Salvation (Arcade)
Developed exclusively for arcades, Terminator Salvation is a shooting game in first person which also features John Connor fighting against the army of robots of Skynet.
In a dynamic that develops the story through exciting animations, the player faces countless opponents in a mechanical shooter on rails.
Skynet: Rampage (PC)
Skynet: Rampage is a game of action and real-time strategy set in post-apocalyptic world of the Terminator franchise.
Starring a future guerrilla, the game develops stealth missions to carry weapons and supplies to human shelters, while the character is hiding, tricks and attack enemy aircraft and robots.
Genisys Terminator: Revolution (Android and iOS)
Freely available before the release of the fifth film in the franchise, Terminator Genisys: Revolution is a shooting game in the third person for Android and iOS.
The game recounts the battles against Skynet preceding the fifth film in the series, with great dimensional graphics and a very similar dynamic with Frontline Commando.