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Terminator Revenge

Terminator Revenge is a mobile phone game developed by In-Fusio in 2006.

The player assumes control of a T-800 unit, programmed to terminate a Resistance scientist, who was sent back through time to discover Terminator weaknesses by experimenting on the remains of the Terminator crushed in the first Terminator film.

Using a number of weapons, the player must defeat both Resistance soldiers and (apparently) captured HKs, as well as find keycards to unlock new areas.

SynopsisEdit

In 1984 A.D., the military seized the remaining parts of the T-800 Terminator sent back by Skynet from the future to kill Sarah Connor — mother of the Resistance leader, John Connor.

Intelligence shows that these parts were stolen by a band of environmental scientists in 1992, motivated by the result of their scenario analysis. These scientists believed that, would this technology remain in the wrong hand, it would ultimately lead to the annihilation of mankind. These scientists later joined John Connor and the Resistance.

In 2029, a war between man and machine has laid the world in ruins. Skynet has grown strong by now but is loosing the battle due to research obtained by the Resistance in the past. To prevent this, Skynet send another Terminator back in time to set the future back on track...

Continuity notesEdit

  • As the original T-800 destroyed in The Terminator was simply destroyed by hydraulic press, most of its wreckage should be retrieved by the Cyberdyne Systems. However, in Terminator 2: Judgment Day, only its damaged Neural Net CPU and severed arm is shown. It is possible the rest of its wreckage was stolen by the group of environmental scientists as mentioned in this game, Terminator Revenge. Additionally, in the 2010 comic The Terminator: 1984 that takes place in another timeline, it is elaborated that the wreckage of T-800 was destroyed by Sarah Connor in September, 1984.

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