RoboCop Versus The Terminator

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RoboCop Versus The Terminator

RoboCop Versus The Terminator
Publisher: Virgin Games

Developer: Virgin Games Sega Master System Sega Game Gear NMS Software

System(s): Sega Mega Drive, Sega Master System, Sega Game Gear

ROM Size: Sega Mega Drive/Genesis 2MB, Sega Master System Sega Game Gear 512kB

Sound Driver: GEMS

Genre: Action

Release Date RRP Code
Sega Mega Drive/Genesis JP 1994-05-28 ¥8,900 T-70043
Sega Mega Drive/Genesis US 1993 $? T-70166
Sega Mega Drive/Genesis EU 1993 £? T-70166-50
Sega Master System EU 1993 £? MK-29022-50
Sega Master System EU (Classic) 199x £? 29022-50
Sega Master System AU 1993 $? MK-29022-50
Sega Master System BR 199x $?  ?
Sega Game Gear US 1993 $?  ?
Sega Game Gear EU 1993 £?  ?

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RoboCop Versus The Terminator (ロボコップ VS ターミネーター) is a sidescrolling shoot 'em up that combines elements from the Terminator and RoboCop movie franchises similar to Aliens vs. Predator. The story was largely based on a comic book of the same name, though elements may have been taken from a script for a feature-length film (which was later cancelled). The SNES version has a slightly different story.

The player controls RoboCop, who has re-assembled himself in the future to stop Skynet. With a variety of weapons he must defeat numerous Terminators in an attempt to save the future. There is also a fight with an ED-209 from the RoboCop series.

A NES version of the game was planned, but cancelled.


Production Credits

Mega Drive Version

Programmed & Directed By: John Botti
Lead Animator/Art Director: Bob Stevenson
Lead Designer: Tim Williams
Background Artists: Mike Fields, Kevin Toft
Director of Music & FX: Tommy Tallarico
Music By: Mark Miller
Samples By: Steve Henifin
Computer Art Consultant: Nick Bruty
Assistant Designer: Noah Tool
Additional Animations: Robert Steele, Dean Ruggles
Additional Computer Art: Kevin Toft, Tom Tanaka, John Weir
Hostage Played By: Jose Villeta
Conceptual Art: Julian Moran, Brandon Humprheys, Tom Tanaka
Manual By: Russ Ceccola, Lisa Marcinko
Design Development: Parker A. Davis, Lyle J. Hall III
Testing and Quality Control: Mike McCaa, Erik Harshman, Paul Moore, Ken Love, Bijan Shaheer
Producer: Scott Duckett
Executive Producer: Neil Young
Director of Design: David Bishop
Vice President in Charge of Development: Dr. Stephen H. Clarke-Willson

Physical Scans

Mega Drive Version

Sega Mega Drive/Genesis 78 Sega Retro Average
Based on 11 reviews
Publication Score Source
Consoles + 76
Computer & Video Games 93 №144, p34
GamesMaster 66 №12, p46/47
High Score 40
Mega 66 №15, p58
Mega Action 91 №8, p12/13
Mean Machines Sega 90 №14, p62/63/64/65
Player One 88 №37, p106/107/108
Sega Power 90 №49, p34/35/36/37
Sega Pro 77 №26, p40/41
Sega Force Mega 79 №6, p48/49
Mega Drive, US
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Mega Drive, EU
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Mega Drive, JP
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Mega Drive, KR

Master System Version

Sega Master System 71 Sega Retro Average
Based on 5 reviews
Publication Score Source
Consoles + 75
Joypad 89
Mean Machines Sega 89 №15, p84/85
Player One 20 №37, p152
Sega Power 84 №49, p90/91
Master System, EU
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Master System, EU (Classic Master System)
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Master System, AU
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Master System, BR
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Game Gear Version

Sega Game Gear 79 Sega Retro Average
Based on 4 reviews
Publication Score Source
Consoles + 75
EGM 68
Joypad 89 №28, p114
Sega Power 84 №49, p90/91
Game Gear, US
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Game Gear, EU
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RoboCop and Terminator franchise games for Sega systems
Sega Master System Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1993)
Sega Mega Drive The Terminator (1992) | T2: The Arcade Game (1992) | RoboCop 3 (1993) | Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1993) | RoboCop Versus The Terminator (1993)
Sega MegaCD The Terminator (1993)