Terminator: Salvation Previews - PS3

Game Description:It's Man vs. Machine, with nothing short of armageddon on the line. Based on the movie, Terminator: Salvation is set ten years after Judgment Day, when Skynet nearly nuked humans out of existence. Play as John Connor in a third-person action saga where you're up against heavily armored, hyper-intelligent robot enemies who will send you scrambling for cover. If they had emotions, they'd laugh as your bullets bounce off them. Instead, they'll just try and outflank you (or worse). Use smart tactics and the heaviest firepower you can find. When you feel like giving up, remember - these are the machines that sent something back in time to make sure you weren't even born.
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Terminator: Salvation Previews


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  • Terminator Salvation Aerial Enemies Trailer

    Posted: May 11, 2009

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  • Terminator Ground Enemies Trailer

    Posted: May 5, 2009

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  • Terminator Salvation Direct-Feed Walkthrough

    Posted: May 4, 2009

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  • Terminator Salvation Co Op Trailer

    Posted: April 24, 2009

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  • Terminator Salvation Action Attack Montage

    Posted: April 20, 2009

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