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App Review: Terminator Salvation by Gameloft

May 20, 2009 by Jeff  
Filed under Daily App Reviews, Games, Staff Favorites

terminator1 150x100 App Review: Terminator Salvation by Gameloft Terminator Salvation by Gameloft is one of the best third person shooter games on the app store. This game is modeled off the new movie coming out this week. Set in L.A. in the year 2018, the world has become a mess. You are playing as John Connor and Marcus Wright throughout the game. As the leader of the Resistance, you must lead your men into direct combat against enemies sent by Skynet. There are eleven types of enemies including T-600s and T-1s.
You begin the game in Los Angeles with an assault rifle and a few men. There are four controls to this game. The first control style is Virtual Pad. In this control mode, you swipe your finger across the screen to look around, and you use a joystick to move. On the bottom right of the screen is the fire button. To shoot an enemy, you must be in range, and press this button when it is highlighted in red. On the top right of the screen is your gun, informing you on the amount of ammo left, and which gun you are using. Once you have earned a new type of gun, tap on this icon to switch between the guns you have in your inventory. The next control mode is Wheel Pad. In this mode, there is a joystick on the right side of the screen to view the level and aim your weapon, rather than swipe your finger. The last two control modes are similar, Accelerometer and Reversed Accelerometer. In these modes, you tilt your device to aim your weapon.

There are a total of 8 missions in this game. Throughout these levels you can take charge of turrets, fight head to head against T-600s, Drive motorcycles, and take out monstrous robots. There are 6 weapons including: Assault Rifles, Rocket Launchers, and Surge Cannons. During the game you must occasionally hack the system. This game also includes mini-games and other great features. Once you beat all of the missions on the extreme difficulty, you can play as a T-600. Terminator is one of the first fully accessible 3D games for the iPhone/iPod Touch. This game doesn’t take too long to complete on easy, but has a great replay value and two harder difficulties to shake it up.

Terminator Salvation is a great game for anybody that loves sci-fi, action, robot destroying, fun. This game is definitely worth the money. Recommended for anyone with a few extra dollars and an iPhone.

Terminator is $5.99 in the iTunes App Store.

Developer’s Website: http://www.gameloft.com/iphone-games/terminator-salvation/

Terminator Salvation just released, still looks amazing.

May 6, 2009 by Rob  
Filed under App News, News, Tips and How-To's

Update: Read our full review of Terminator Salvation.

Terminator Salvation was just released, literally just a few minutes ago. This is one game that looks to be taking gameplay to a whole new level with some pretty unreal graphics.  The only downside, that I can see, is the steep price of $9.99… since apps are usually only installed for a short while (hey, we’re an app review site, gotta keep ‘em rotating) that’s gonna be a hard pill….

Terminator Salvation is $9.99 in the iTunes App Store.

Developer’s website: www.gameloft.com

In the meantime, here’s some screenshots:

Terminator:Salvation coming for iPhone… looks amazing.

May 2, 2009 by Rob  
Filed under App News, News, Tips and How-To's

Update: Read our full review of Terminator Salvation.

There’s a leaked video of the forthcoming GameLoft iPhone game Terminator:Salvation at it looks great!  In fact, it looks like it might be one of the best games we’ve seen yet… well, at least the video makes the game look amazing.  Until we have it in our hands for a review we’ll just have to speculate for now.

I was able to find a couple of other blogs mentioning that a possible iPhone release date was coming up on May 21st and expected pricing is in the “high end of the spectrum” which we should interpret to mean $8.00 or above, however only time will tell how this all plays out.  In the meantime, here’s the video to wet your appetite in the meantime:

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