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Terminator: Resistance

There is no fate but what YOU make. Experience the events leading up to the decisive final battle for the fate of mankind in the war against the machines. Terminator: Resistance, is a first-person shooter set during the 'Future War' scenario that was only glimpsed at in the iconic films, 'THE TERMINATOR' and 'T2: JUDGMENT DAY'. The machines are destined to lose, but at what cost? Run and gun or sneak and hack through Skynet’s defences! Level up your skills and explore a post-apocalyptic world for scraps to trade and craft! Interact with a motley group of survivors and change their fates!
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

The last mission is amazing. This game was everything I want from a T2 sequel! If you are a T1 and T2 fan then this is a must

Review from Steam

This is a budget title, this is not a AAA game but I’ve had more fun playing Terminator Resistance, than I’ve had with some recent AAA titles. This is a good Terminator game and the post-apocalyptic world of the Terminator movies can be a great setting for video games in general. Terminator Resistance does a fine job recreating this world and the game is very immersive. The machines are an intimidating enemy and there are plenty of different types to deal with. I mean, it’s entertaining how the machines are just pure evil and the unnatural way that they treat the surviving humans is pretty dark.
Again this is a budget title, the graphics and the scope of the world are not gonna be on the same level as a Far Cry game. The developers did a fantastic job though with what they had making Terminator Resistance. Once I got into it, I didn’t even notice it’s shortcomings anymore, I just got immersed and had a good time. Somebody needs to give this studio more money to take on another iconic movie series or even a sequel to this game. If you play through until the end, you will see that there is potential for an awesome sequel, with a cool setting. There is a lot of fan service in this game too and they really put a lot of love into keeping things fateful to the Terminator universe.
It’s fun to play, with some clever design and satisfying combat. The weapons feel great to use and there’s a good selection of them. There is even a couple of hilariously awkward sex scenes to be enjoyed, if you can believe it. Which reminded me a lot of the lap dance scene in Metro Last Light, for anyone who remembers that classic moment. It's also a fairly easy game to get 100% achievements on, as they are all pretty handy. I highly recommend that you play this game, especially if you are a Terminator fan, it’s a lot of fun and you won’t be disappointed.

Review from Steam

The Metacritic score and poor reviews are beyond my ability to comprehend. What do people want in a game these days?
Terminator Resistance was the most enjoyable game I've played in years. Never got bored for one second. The voice acting is excellent and believable: I actually cared about the NPC's, especially Ryan and Jennifer.
The gun-play is good, the stealth element is good, story is good, everything is good. Nothing will blow your mind, but everything will satisfy. I found the normal difficulty to be just right. Died several times, but nothing that would make one overly frustrated. Started a second play-through on a higher difficulty and that doesn't seem frustrating either. (If it makes any difference to anyone, this is the viewpoint of a 57 year old who has been playing PC games since Windows 98).
I encountered no bugs or glitches, and no crashes. 100+ FPS with a 1080GTX SC and I-5 9600K. Ran smooth as silk.
The keyboard and mouse settings can be remapped for the most part. Seems like only the lock-picking was set in stone to A & D. (I got stuck on using the arrow keys for movement years ago and cant escape).
I've got new Triple A games on my HD that irritate and bore me, but not this little gem. I consider this game a steal at 20 bucks. Also got the Annihilation Line expansion and enjoyed it as much as the main game. I wish there was more!
Will DEFINITELY play this one a second, maybe a third and fourth time. Highly recommended.
If Teyon puts as much care into their next game, I cant wait to see it.

Review from Steam

The best Terminator game ever and much better than any Terminator movie after T2. The graphics and gameplay are a bit outdated, but this didn't bother me much. The visual and sound were taken directly from Cameron's dilogy and the look of postapocalyptic future handed over just as we imagined it 30 years ago when just watched T2/
The game made by fans and for fans. I hope we'll see another Terminator game from this developer.

Review from Steam

It's low budget, the graphics are sometimes really dodgy, the animations are consistently jank, there is quite a bit of bugs and rough edges. It's also the best Terminator related thing since the second movie. It gets the universe, it gets the mood of the future war, it gets fanservice and it gets how to convey the love the devs have for the franchise into this game.
Played through it 3 times, bought and played the DLC, got all achievements. Would reccomend.

Review from Steam

Plot : 9/10
Graphics : 7.5/10
A.I : 6/10
1) Timeline before T1, means what happened before Kyle Reese been sent to protect Sarah Connor.
- Explain a lot about what happened before T1 and T2.
- This game got censored adult scene which is doesn't make any sense since it doesn't give any consequences.
- U can feel how its like to be a member of Resistance(human) and a Terminator(Infiltrator Mode, free DLC).
2) Choices really matters.
- Have them stay in the resistance bunker or drive them away from any shelter, its your choice.
- Also grants you few useful items for certain choices.
- Resulting different endings.
3) Max at level 28, but 1 skill won't be able to upgrade, so spend it wisely.
- Tips: Prioritize upgrading Experience gain and Lock picking skill first. Stealth skill is the last after u done everything.
- Experience came from destroying Skynet's army n stuff, also came form Skill Book which can be found scattered around the map and 1 from your dialogue choice.
3) Various terminator models from smol to big chungus.
- Early encounter with T-8xx models really painful, we can feel the struggle to terminate them with normal bullets like in T1 and T2 movies.
- Higher tier terminators required better weapon to destroy them.
- Puzzle like weapon upgrade, pair same shape to connect the circuit. Only plasma weapons are upgradeable.
4) Graphics is not that good for game built in 2019.
- But u can use mods from 'wyruzzah1987' from NexusMods to make it better.
- Atmosphere really based on future war in T1 and T2 and OST from it.
- They got the sound right, specially plasma rifles.
- Easter eggs everywhere, devs really know what are they doing.
5) A.I is kinda dumb, kinda, not really that dumb.
- They are easily lost us when we away about 20 meters from them.
- Hard mode is like normal mode for other video games, just go for higher difficulties u masochist!
- Very rare glitch, almost none. The only one glitch I saw is a floating Plasma rifle, that's all.
6) Why there're bad reviews from IGN, Metacritis and Eurogamer?
- Do u trust the one who give 9/10 to Cyberpunk 2077?!! They're not terminator fans, just a person who enjoy beautiful graphics. I'm not even call them GAMERS.
Bonus:
U got motion sickness?
Just don't play with empty stomach, eat something flavorful before or while playing.
Or try chewing ginger while playing , it works for me.
Plus increase FOV in settings.
This review including Infiltrator Mode(free DLC).
Normal gameplay takes around 12 hours to complete
Infiltrator gameplay takes around 1 hour+.
Overall this game really worth it.

Review from Steam

Don't listen to the critics. The same guy who reviewed this game for IGN also did their review for Aliens: Colonial Marines, and he rated that game *higher* than this one in spite of the fact that it was basically broken upon release. That alone should be reason enough not to take IGN's review seriously.
This is a game made for fans, by fans. It's a little rough around the edges, but clearly a lot of passion and love for the first two movies went into the development of this game, and that alone should be enough for any Terminator fan to consider purchasing it. I recommend playing on the "Hard" difficulty or higher for a truly authentic Terminator experience.