The idea of Schwarzenegger serving as the human basis for the T-800’s appearance was actually first toyed with in a scene originally intended to be part of Terminator 3, albeit in a joking way. The scene cast Arnold as Sgt. William Candy, the man selected to be the physical basis for the T-800. The character’s voice and southern accent was clearly not Arnold’s though, and a different off-screen character — voiced by Arnold — is heard saying that the voice can be fixed. The scene was ultimately cut from the film, but was an extra on the DVD release.
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines is a first-person shooter video game based on the film of the same title , with elements of hand-to-hand combat in third-person perspective. It was developed by Black Ops , with additional development by Shiny Entertainment ,  and published by Atari for PlayStation 2 and Xbox in 2003. An isometric shooter version was released for the Game Boy Advance on November 18, 2003. A puzzle game was also released for mobile phones. The game was also going to be released for GameCube , but was eventually canceled.
Upon making his way into the core building of Skynet Central, Marcus interfaces with Skynet's database by synchronising with his CPU. He orders the turrets at the north entrance to stand down and then transmits Kyle's location to John, who is waiting on the outskirts of town. Afterward, Marcus researches his death and the activities of Dr. Serena Kogan prior to that, learning that she also succumbed to her cancer and that her work at Cyberdyne was adopted by the US Air force. The stress of maintaining the connection overwhelms Marcus, rendering him unconscious.