According to ESRB, this game contains: Language, Partial Nudity, Violence

Parents don't have much to worry about. It's a violent game, but the violence is mainly perpetrated against robots, and is completely bloodless. As the T rating suggests, it's appropriate for kids 13 and over. There are some points in the game where it's possible or even necessary to kill innocent bystanders, but the game glosses over that violence so completely that the first time through I didn't even notice it.

Fans of the films will want to flock to this game—even though it's about the worst film in the franchise. It's simply the best Terminator game in recent memory, and works wonderfully with the franchise.

Multiplayer gamers take note: In addition to the main single player game there's a three-stage two-player rail shooter bonus game that takes players back through some of the game's locations in a more shooting-intensive context.

Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers are in for some bad news: there weren't any subtitles that I could find, leaving the game's plot even more incomprehensible than it already was. There aren't any major audio cues though, and mission information is displayed onscreen, so the game is still playable.

Daniel Weissenberger

Daniel Weissenberger

What can you say about a twenty-five-year-old girl who died?

Nothing relevant to this conversation, that's for sure! Because we're here to talk about (sorry, write and read about, respectively) GC_Danny, who's updating this profile for the first time in thirteen years!

So let's take a gander back at that time and see what's happened! In addition to writing hundreds of video game reviews, Dan produced a book that can be legally purchased by almost anyone! He also wrote two short films, two episodes of television, and two movies! Although, sadly, and through much fault of his own, the movies have yet to be released.

In addition to general game reviewing, he's also dabbled in more long-form work, writing some of the longest and most comprehensive game reviews of all time. Then there's his non-GameCritics blogging, where he's famous as the world's foremost expert on the TV show Criminal Minds, as well as the co-host of a weekly podcast - he's even working on a new videogame/critical experiment, which you can find out more about here!

If all that wasn't enough, just a few months ago he rebranded himself as 'The Hidden Object Guru', hoping to stake another claim of ultimate expertise, this time over a genre of casual games! Will he be successful? Only time will tell, but you're free to join the thrilling ride at his YouTube channel!
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