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The Terminator

Hack of Journey to Silius

Description:

Sunsoft originally planned to make a Terminator game for the NES. They lost the license, and we all got the crappy Terminator game from Mindscape. Sunsoft changed a few things (mainly the main character, and the story), and released Journey to Silius. The game is very awesome, with a killer soundtrack, great gameplay, and cool graphics. This hack aims to try to turn Journey to Silius back into The Terminator. This hack replaces the title screen, cutscenes and story, ending, character graphics, as well as altering some enemies and bosses to look more Terminator-like. A big thank you to Kamaal Brown and PasthorRothers, who helped with the spritework, James Proveaux, who colorized the title screen, and 8-bit fan, who smoothed out and tweaked various things in the game! Enjoy!!!

ROM / ISO Information:

  • Rom File: Journey to Silius (U) [!].nes
  • CRC32: 4563F40D
  • MD5: EAF4FC733FA16F68CFA48698E649C170
  • SHA-1: FE8620E1C3BCC5DD66291A55E94F996145098492

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User Review Information

Good execution - Art needs work

Reviewed By: MilesAway on 05 Jan 2019

A very cool idea, and done quite well.

However… The new artwork clashes terribly with the original Journey to Silius art and, while not bad, stands out like a sore thumb. The original artwork and sprites had a very distinct style to it, and the artists for this hack did not try to make their style match the original and it shows.

Would be great if the art was reworked to blend in with the original so that it felt like a completed game, instead of a “hack”.

Version 2.0 Recommended - Yes

User Reviews
HeadlineAuthorDateVersionRecommended
A Video Speaks A Million WordsStixsmasterHD29 Apr 20193.0Yes
Good execution - Art needs workMilesAway05 Jan 20192.0Yes
I was gonna do this D:PasthorRothers23 Mar 20181.0Yes