Ships Ahoy - T3: War of the Machines

Atari Ships "Terminator 3: War of the Machines" (thanks Frans) is the press release announcing that Judgment Day is nigh, and that this Terminator first-person shooter is now appearing in stores, presumably naked and looking for sunglasses. Here's a bit:
Atari shipped "Terminator®3: War of the Machines(TM)" today to retail stores for the personal computer, a single-player and online multiplayer first-person shooter set in the ravaged battlefields of the Tech Com-versus-SkyNet conflict. Developed by Hungary-based Clever's Games, "Terminator 3: War of the Machines" allows up to 32 players to face off online as either technologically-advanced SkyNet Terminators or battle-hardened Tech Com Special Forces in an epic multi-player struggle for supremacy.
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I really, REALLY wish they'd do a remake of the orignal Bethesda Terminator game for the PC that came out in 1991. That game was badass, full replica of metro LA, with Morrowind-like openness and you could be either Kyle Reese or the Terminator. Now that technology has caught up it would make a hell of a game. Especially if there was multiplayer! It would be awesome if one person could be the Terminator and he had to hunt down and eliminate Sarah Connor, who is being protected by another player playing as Reese. Sometimes I think game comnpanies completely miss some of the best ideas out there. Shadowrun in a MMO would be another...

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