Screens #5: Terminator 3 Redemption

There are new screenshots from Terminator 3 Redemption, the second game based on Terminator 3: Rise of the Machine, available in our gallery. The game features 14 single-player levels, co-op gameplay, more than 15 minutes of actual movie footage taken from Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines and more (check full story for details). Developed by Paradigm Entertainment, Terminator 3 Redemption will be released for Xbox, GC and PS2 on September 7th.
Terminator® 3: The Redemption You Are Arnold Schwarzenegger’s T850 Terminator Unit This is the Terminator Universe like you’ve never experienced it. Skynet machines run rampant across L.A. roads and freeways, hunting down humanity. Your mission: destroy them and salvage mankind. Drive, fight and blast across the Terminator timeline, from the present-day to 2032, to a shocking, desolate alternate future. It’s a race to protect John Connor, Kate Brewster... and tomorrow. Game Features: Rip through deep levels of nonstop arcade-shooter action Hit the road — and enemies — in cars, trucks and other vehicles Fire explosive weaponry from all three timelines, including missile launchers and plasma rifles Smash enemies with power punches and combo moves Leap between speeding vehicles Experience massive boss battles Activate vintage “Arnold phrases” during the action, with exclusive voice recording by the star Team up in co-op mode to attack waves of Skynet machines Hijack 15+ vehicles from the present and the future Demolish never-before-seen Terminator units in melee combat Uncover secret short cuts by executing incredible “Terminator Moments” Terminator® 3: The Redemption © 2004 Atari, Inc. & IC Video LLC. All rights reserved. Developed by Paradigm Entertainment. Terminator ® used under license. TM © 2003 IMF Internationale Medien und Film GmbH & Co. 3 Produktions KG. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. The ratings icon is a trademark of the Interactive Digital Software Association. Microsoft, Xbox, and the Xbox logos are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries and are used under license from Microsoft.