Terminators: The Video Game announced by Reef Entertainment

The Terminators video game announced
Reef Entertainment, UK-based publisher of the upcoming Rambo: The Video Game, has announced that it intends to create a game based on the Terminator franchise, titled Terminators: The Video Game. Reef did not specify a genre, release date, or supported platforms for the game.

Really, the company's announcement didn't say much, other than they recently acquired video game rights for both 1984's The Terminator and 1991's Terminator 2: Judgment Day, and that they intend to create a "high quality, authentic and exciting" game that does "great justice" to the films. That usually works out well.

No word on whether Michael Biehn, who has had both good and not-so-good experiences with video games as of late, will be reprising his role as Kyle Reese, or if that other guy who's kinda famous for being in the Terminator movies will be back.
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REEF ENTERTAINMENT ANNOUNCES AQUISITION OF GAME LICENSES FOR 'TERMINATOR' & 'TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY'

London, 20th August 2013: UK video game publisher Reef Entertainment is very proud to announce it has acquired, from Studiocanal, the exclusive console video game rights for legendary motion-picture'The Terminator' and the console and PC video game rights for its sequel 'Terminator 2: Judgment Day'.

Reef will create brand new video games based on the sought-after licenses entitled: 'TERMINATORS: THE VIDEO GAME'.

A Reef spokesperson said: 'Here at Reef we are huge fans of 1984 & 1991 Sci-Fi action master pieces.

It's an incredible opportunity and an equally huge responsibility to create a game that does great justice to the motion-pictures. We are studying all aspects and influences of the Terminator universe defined in Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgment Day. We have started on our journey and are drawing on all the diverse materials available to produce a high quality, authentic and exciting Terminator video game.'

Reef will provide information on 'TERMINATORS: THE VIDEO GAME' as development continues

This article was originally published on Joystiq.