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James Cameron (character created by: Terminator)
Gale Anne Hurd (character created by: Terminator)
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A side-scrolling shoot-em-up platformer based on Frank Miller's Dark Horse comic-book. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 

Robert John Burke ... Officer Alex J. Murphy / RoboCop
Jose Villeta ... Hostage (Genesis version)

Directed by
John Botti (Genesis version)
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
James Cameron  character created by: Terminator
Gale Anne Hurd  character created by: Terminator
Frank Miller  comic book series
Michael Miner  character created by: RoboCop
Edward Neumeier  character created by: RoboCop
Walter Simonson  comic book series

Produced by
Eric Demilt .... associate producer (Game Boy version)
Scott Duckett .... producer
Brian Fargo .... executive producer (SNES version)
Geoffrey Mark .... animation producer
Alan Pavlish .... producer (SNES and Game Boy versions)
John Roberts .... producer: Virgin (Game Gear version)
Neil Young .... executive producer
Andy Luckey .... consulting producer (Genesis version) (uncredited)
 
Original Music by
Mark Cooksey (Game Gear version)
John Loose (Game Boy version)
Mark Miller (Genesis version)
Sam Powell (SNES version)
Anthony Shields (SNES version)
 
Art Direction by
Todd Camasta (SNES version) (as Todd J. Camasta)
Bob Stevenson (Genesis version)
 
Art Department
Lauren Axelrod .... art (Game Boy version)
Steve Beverly .... graphics (Game Gear version)
Nick Bruty .... computer art consultant (Genesis version)
Mike Field .... background artist (Genesis version) (as Mike Fields)
Brandon Humphreys .... conceptual art (Genesis version)
Jason Magness .... artwork (SNES version)
Julian Moran .... conceptual art (Genesis version)
Michael W. Stragey .... additional designer (SNES version)
Tom Tanaka .... additional computer art (Genesis version)
Tom Tanaka .... conceptual art (Genesis version)
Kevin Toft .... additional computer art (Genesis version)
Kevin Toft .... background artist (Genesis version)
John Weir .... additional computer art (Genesis version)
 
Sound Department
Steve Henifin .... sampler (Genesis version)
John Loose .... sound (Game Boy version)
Sam Powell .... sound (SNES version)
Anthony Shields .... sound (SNES version)
Tommy Tallarico .... sound effects director (Genesis version)
 
Animation Department
Dean Ruggles .... additional animator (Genesis version)
Robert Edward Steele .... additional animator (Genesis version) (as Robert Steele)
Bob Stevenson .... lead animator (Genesis version)
Mike Dietz .... consulting animator (Genesis version) (uncredited)
Andy Luckey .... animator (Genesis version) (uncredited)
Jason Magness .... lead animator (SNES version) (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Tommy Tallarico .... musical director (Genesis version)
 
Other crew
David Bishop .... director of game design (Genesis version)
John Botti .... programmer (Genesis version)
Russ Ceccola .... manual (Genesis version)
Stephen Clarke-Willson .... vice president in charge of development (Genesis version) (as Dr. Stephen H. Clarke-Willson)
Parker A. Davis .... game design development (Genesis version)
Lyle J. Hall .... game design development (Genesis version) (as Lyle J. Hall III)
Erik Harshman .... testing and quality control (Genesis version)
Ken Love .... testing and quality control (Genesis version)
Lisa Marcinko .... manual (Genesis version)
Mike McCaa .... testing and quality control (Genesis version)
Paul Moore .... testing and quality control (Genesis version)
Alan Pavlish .... additional game designer (SNES version)
Angela Rivet .... marketing (as Angela Sagaser)
Bijan Shaheer .... testing and quality control (Genesis version)
Michael W. Stragey .... additional game designer (SNES version)
Michael W. Stragey .... lead programmer (SNES version)
Noah Tool .... assistant game designer (Genesis version)
Tim Williams .... lead game designer (Genesis version)
Robert Wright .... video director
 

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"RoboCop vs. The Terminator" - USA (original title)
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4 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Fantastic, 12 November 2003
Author: ross robinson from england

Robocop VS. The Terminator i think was a fantastic game to play. This was released for the Sega Megadrive, a computer that was released in the 1980's. I enjoyed playing this game. I think it is a great idea to bring 2 action characters into one. Now in 2003 they have brought 2 serial Killers in a movie together. I give this game 10 out of 10.

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