Terminator 2: Judgement Day -
T2: Judgment Day puts you in the role of The Terminator, the same character made famous in the movies by Arnold Schwarzenegger. Following the basic plot line of the feature film, you have been sent back in time to protect the future savior of humanity, John Connor from being assassinated by a T-1000 Terminator. During your mission you must also destroy a new form of microchip technology (based on the T-800 chip) that will eventually enable machines to take over the world, rescue John's mother Sarah from a mental institution, and ultimately kill the T-1000.
As the storyline plays out you will punch, kick, and shoot a whole lot of bad guys while looking for items, characters, and weapons. These weapons include a pistol, a machine gun, a shotgun, and a multi-barrelled mini-gun. In addition to standard action of walking, the latter part of the first level will require you to ride a motorcycle down busy streets, trying not to crash. The eight levels of action will take you, among other locations, to a shopping mall, a hospital, a ranch, and a steel mill. If your status (which acts as a health indicator and starts at 100 percent) gets down to zero, the game is over.
Terminator 2: Judgement Day is basically a side-scrolling shooter with some driving levels presented in between regular levels. Playing as Arnold, you will go through locations straight from the movie, using weapons such as pistols, shotguns, and the ever-pleasant Mini-Gun to thwart those that would do John Connor (or you) harm. All levels contain certain objectives for you to carry out. Here's an example: the first level of the game has you at the Biker Bar. Here you must find the residential adress of John Connor, which is carried out by looking him up in the phone book. All the levels also require you to find “future objects”, which are little crates containing stuff from the future.
DirectX 7.0 or higher (DirectX enhances Windows with advanced multimedia capabilities. If you do not have DirectX installed on your system, you can download it from www.microsoft.com. DirectX comes pre-installed with all copies of Windows 98 SE and later, so most likely it is already installed on your system).
The game's visuals are amazing, especially on the side-scrolling levels
Action for one player
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