The Game He Could Have Made: Killzone 2
Guerrilla Games has already openly admitted that Cameron ‘helped shaped Killzone 3’. They’re probably referring to Avatar pioneering 3D bandwagon, which Killzone is just about to jump on.
It’s clear, though, that Cameron’s work on Terminator has influenced the look of the futuristic FPS franchise.
Both focus on oppressive visions of tomorrow where humanity has been crushed by an evil, relentless opponent. Unlike Guerrilla, though, Cameron would have given us more story than an opening Brian Cox monologue.
Games He Should Make: Sci-fi shooters. Just no more blue folk, alright Jim?
Cameron’s movies have always been at the forefront of new technology and we’re positive he’d take that same appetite for developing shiny toys into games development.
He’s also a perfectionist that would not only make a technically peerless title; he’d also make one with a narrative core that would be hard to match.
The self-proclaimed King of the World is also something on an old hand at creating and redefining iconic sci-fi universes. And we’d love to see him have a crack at a FPS set in the future.
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