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Terminator 2: The Arcade Game (1991)

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A fun action arcade game based on Terminator 2: Judgement Day.


Jack Haeger (as JEH), George Petro (as GNP)


James Cameron (story), William Wisher (based on the story by)

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Credited cast:
Tim Coman Tim Coman ... Hideout Gunner
Matt Cooney Matt Cooney ... Hideout Kid
Debbie Evans ... Sarah Connor
Edward Furlong ... John Connor (as Eddie Furlong)
Jack Haeger Jack Haeger ... Hideout Human (as Jack E. Haegar)
Peter Kent ... Terminator
Ken Moreno ... SWAT / Clean Room Guy
Tania Mulderink Tania Mulderink ... Future Soldier
Robert Patrick ... T-1000
Stephanie Rogers Stephanie Rogers ... Voice of Skynet (voice)
Arnold Schwarzenegger ... Terminator
Sparky Sparky ... Hideout Dog
Doug Watson Doug Watson ... Future Soldier


A fun action arcade game based on Terminator 2: Judgement Day.

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1991 (USA) See more »

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T2: The Arcade Game See more »

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Levels 3 (Trip to Skynet) and 4 (Skynet) were most likely based on extended 'Future War' scenes in the original script for Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991). These would have shown the Resistance winning the war, and John Connor entering the Skynet complex, where he would send Kyle Reese back in time to 1984. These scenes were ultimately never filmed due to budget and pacing issues. See more »


Followed by Terminator Salvation (2010) See more »

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The arcade port rules
13 December 2007 | by The_Light_TritonSee all my reviews

When a game is made, it's sometimes best to stay where it came from. what i mean to say is, pac-man should've stayed in the arcade, Primal rage should've stayed in the arcade, and the star wars game should have too.

well, there's not much to comment on. it's just a point and shoot game. point your gun, and shoot the metal things. don't shoot your allies...move on.

this game is more fun in the arcade, because you can dual-wield the guns with-out trouble, although i admit it's really hard to aim with dual guns. but like they say, practice makes perfect.

bottom line, this game is an excellent movie to game port. however, try to stay away from the 4th generation console ports.


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