I don't care what the US Giz crew say about the new Terminator movie, I'm still going to go and see it. And if it's as bad as they say, I'm going to go home and slip in a copy of the Terminator: Salvation game, and blast those wretched robots to oblivion. You can do that too, if you win our Terminator: Salvation competition this week.For your chance to win, click through to our original competition post here, then tell us in 25 words or less, "What's the best way to terminate a Terminator?". The best five entries will win a copy of the game on Xbox 360.
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