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Terminator 2: The Arcade Game

Platform : Sega Genesis

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  • Platform: Sega Genesis
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A great arcade shooter that is still fun today Sept. 25 2002
By N. Durham - Published on Amazon.com
About ten years ago when Terminator 2 was a blockbuster smash hit at the movies, Midway released a light gun shooter in arcades, later on it made it's way to 16-bit home systems. Terminator 2: The Arcade Game is still as fun as it was all those years ago, I still own it and play it now and then and still get a kick out of it. You get to blast away hordes of Terminator endoskeletons in the first few levels as you play as a resistance fighter in the future, than you get to play as the T-800 in the present where you get to protect the young John Connor, destroy all of Cyberdyne Systems, and eventually face off with the T-1000. All in all, if you still own this game hold onto it, it is still as fun as it was yesterday, and is a better game than the recently released Terminator: Dawn of Fate.
Game was Awesome July 13 2013
By Big Dog - Published on Amazon.com
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I like the game a lot. I use to play this game a the time in the arcade it is awesome that it is on the sega
Oooooh yeah! July 11 2013
By SideshowBob - Published on Amazon.com
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Damn what an awesome game this is! You get to shoot and destroy Hunter Killers,T-800 Endoskeletons,Cyberdyne Systems,Helicopters....even battle the liquid metal menace T-1000! Sure the graphics are not as great as the arcade was,but they are still pretty good nonetheless. The music really pumps you up and gets you into the action,as you blast your way through,using different gun upgrades that you shoot at to get. This game reminds me alot of the old school shooter "Lethal Enforcers". If you are a fan of the Terminator films,then you will love this. Highly recommended!
Lets Go! May 14 2012
By Leonidas - Published on Amazon.com
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A true arcade classic and a true classic on the Genesis as well. While its a bit scaled down when compared directly with the Arcade version's graphics/sound, however, the soundtrack to the Genesis/Megadrive is superior. The individual who composed the music for this game did a very good job. Its also about one of the few areas where this version beats the SNES version which has really good graphics for a 16-bit version. This game is very easy to figure out, particularly the first few stages. The third stage is a bit tougher, just rememmber to focus on the HK air's (flying machines) and not the endoskeletons. You have a decent amount of weapons in this game, the first half of the game you have a particle beam rifle that you can upgrade with plasma energization, where in the later levels you could upgrade your basic rapid fire weapon to a gattling gun. Your secondary weapon also changes from a rocket launcher in the begining of the game to a shotgun. This game is a lot of fun, and its really fun with 2 players. The only really flaw of this game is it is FREAKIN hard. There are a few stages that I swear are impossible or, just so hard I haven't had the time or patience to figure out why I haven't beatin it yet. Though this is a really awesome game, and so is its SNES counterpart.
A great arcade-to-console transition March 7 2011
By Ryan Sil. (Gamer & PC/Android indie dev) - Published on Amazon.com
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T2: The Arcade Game was based off of the Terminator 2 movie. In the arcades, it was played with video game guns. The home ports for the Super Nintendo and the Genesis are compatible with the Super Scope and the Sega Menacer game guns. However, you may also use the controllers, but the result of that is moving a cursor around shooting things. It isn't a bad way to play, though.

The game tries to follow the movie's storyline by telling it in between certain levels. After waiting for the first part of the story to end, you will end up shooting everything in sight! There are robots coming from both sides of the screen, and enemy planes flying in the sky. Kill them all!! That sums up the whole game pretty much, but the awesome action would obviously keep you playing.

One downside I must point out is that the level where you have to protect John Konner is too difficult. There are several robots and planes attacking the pickup truck. However, there is a way I know to beat this level: Only bomb the planes. Don't concentrate on the robots. And bomb them RIGHT AWAY! Having another player help out would be nice, I guess.

Thankfully, there's a 2-Player mode that adds to the game's replay value. As both of you Terminators get your controllers prepared, you'll be ready for the greatness of shooting mindlessly.