Suddenly, it seems as though there are Terminators everywhere. In the run-up to the premiere of Terminator: Dark Fate, there’s been a lot of Terminator cross-licensing going on in games. Terminators (and Sarah Conor) have showed up in Gears 5, there are hints of a crossover in Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, and possibly even appearances in Mortal Kombat 11. Next month, the franchise gets its own game in Terminator: Resistance. The good news is, it’s a first-person shooter built in the Unreal engine, set in the ‘future war’ setting of James Cameron’s first two Terminator films. Cool! There’s also some light role-playing elements, crafting, and a hacking system to help you defeat SkyNet’s defences. More worrisome, though, is the fact that Resistance has been developed by Teyon, the studio behind Rambo The Video Game: Baker Team, which was an on-rails Rambo shooter that was not particularly excellent, shall we say. Of course, that doesn’t mean Terminator: Resistance is going to be bad, at least not for the same reasons. Below, you’ll find 27 minutes or so of gameplay from Terminator: Resistance, and it has my scratching my chin, not sure of what to think exactly.
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