Bethesda Softworks successfully pulls together all of these elements and spits a few more in your face in Terminator: Future Shock[, the fourth game in its line of action games based on the hit movie. Future Shock, as with earlier Terminator titles from Bethesda,]... is a great 3D shooter that combines three types of action: walking, driving, and flying, all of which are a lot of fun to play. [The 3D engine has been vastly improved from the impressive but buggy one used in Terminator: Rampage.]
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Based on the Terminator movies, The Terminator: Future Shock is a first-person shooter set in a post-apocalpytic version of 2015 in which humanity is at war with a sentient computer called SkyNet and its army of killer robots. The player takes on the role of a survivor who joins the human resistance. Becoming an operative under the command of John Connor himself, the player is sent on dangerous assignments which will help undermine the machines' power and eventually defeat SkyNET. Future Shock was one of the first first-person shooters to use fully texture-mapped 3D environments and enemies, and to use the mouse to rotate the player's view. The demo version includes one slightly modified mission from the full game, which is split into three levels that can be played in any order. The available arsenal is limited to six weapons out of twelve in the retail version, and four types of explosives. There are 8 missions and 10 multiplayer levels in this game, with only one mission and one multiplayer level playable in the shareware demo. 2b1af7f3a8