One of my favorite movies, the Terminator series has had quite a few games based on it. However, few of those have been any good. T2: The Arcade game was awesome, but aside from that... well, Dawn of Fate was pretty cool, but that's about it. However, there's a forgotten gem in the Terminator game verse. That would be this game: Terminator for the ill-fated Sega CD. It has the distinction of being a rare good Terminator game. It also has quite the soundtrack, and fans of game soundtracks would do well to track this one down. Around a year and a half ago I heard about how good this game was and downloaded a ROM for a spin. It's surprisingly tough, to say the least. There are no continues, so if you run out of lives you start at the beginning. The emulator I (gasp!) played on doesn't have states. So I'll have to do this old-school style, no starting over at the same stage. Now I'll show you what this game is all about, the way only I can, while completely nerding out with useless Terminator fun facts. Get ready.
Sunday, April 24, 2011
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
All of this should not be confused with former Chicago Bulls superstar Dennis Rodman's double life, which consisted of penis tattoos and doing drugs that haven't even been named yet. To put this in perspective, if we could get back all the money that was wasted keeping Rodman under lockdown at Animal Control, the United States would have a surplus again.