I'd love to see Terminator: Future Shock
, perhaps the best games to use the Terminator license. They are first person shooters done by Bethesda, the makers of Fallout 3 and the Elder Scrolls games / Oblivion.
When they were working on Fallout 3 everyone was skeptical whether they could go from doing a swords and sworcery RPG thing to a post-apocalyptic shooter game, I was pretty confident they could because they already had. Terminator Future Shock and its sequel/expansion Skynet are AWESOME.
Made around the same time as Duke Nukem 3D and Quake, yet significantly better looking, and with all kinds of amazing features like drivable vehicles with gun turrets (both cars and aircraft!), true 3D levels and true 3D enemies... It's like Half-LIfe 2 and Fallout 3 and Stalker: Shadow of Chernobyl if you reversed engineered them into the Quake engine. (And they didn't even use Quake engine, they created their own engine.)
One of the cool things is that although the levels and enemies were 3D, the guns on your screen used 2D sprites, allowing them to be much more detailed and interesting looking than the tube-shaped guns of Quake. (Back then an interesting-looking gun model would have used too many polyguns.) I loved the blaster with working night vision scope - it had a screen which had a miniture version of whatever you were looking at, highlighted in green night vision.
How about the Crusader games: No Regret and No Remorse
Yes, yes please. The Crusader games are bloody awesome.