T2: The Arcade Game

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For the platform game for the Sega Mega Drive, see Terminator 2: Judgment Day. For the platform game for the Sega Master System and Sega Game Gear, see Terminator 2: Judgment Day (8-bit).

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T2: The Arcade Game
System(s): Sega Mega Drive, Sega Master System, Sega Game Gear
Publisher: Arena Entertainment (US/EU)
Sega Mega Drive
Sega Game Gear
Acclaim Japan (JP)
Developer:
Licensor: Midway Manufacturing, Carolco
Sound driver:
Sega Mega Drive
Krisalis sound driver
Peripherals supported:
Sega Mega Drive
Menacer
Genre: Shooting[1][2][3][4], Action[5]

















Number of players:
Sega Mega Drive
1-2,
Sega Master System
Sega Game Gear
1
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Mega Drive
JP
¥8,8008,800 T-81023
Sega Mega Drive
US
$49.9549.95[6] T-81156
Sega Mega Drive
US
(Menacer)
$89.9989.99[7][6]
Sega Mega Drive
EU
T-81156-50
Sega Mega Drive
PT
Sega Mega Drive
UK
£39.9939.99[11][8] T-81156-50
Sega Mega Drive
SE
(Rental)
Sega Mega Drive
AU
Sega Mega Drive
BR
044220
Sega Master System
EU
MK-27061-50
Sega Master System
UK
MK-27061-50
Sega Master System
AU
Sega Game Gear
JP
¥4,8004,800 T-81027
Sega Game Gear
US
T-81088
Videogame Rating Council: GA
Sega Game Gear
EU
T-81088-50
Sega Game Gear
UK
£27.9927.99[15] T-81088-50
Non-Sega versions

T2: The Arcade Game (T2 ジ・アーケードゲーム), is a light-gun arcade game originally released by Midway Manufacturing in 1991. In its original form, it was simply known as Terminator 2: Judgment Day, after the film of the same name. When brought to home consoles the following year, it was renamed. It should not to be confused with the different Terminator 2: Judgment Day game released around the same period. Despite the change in title, this game is often referred simply as "T2", which is prone to cause confusion.

T2: The Arcade Game was ported to the Sega Mega Drive, Sega Master System and Sega Game Gear. The Mega Drive version of the game is compatible with the Sega Menacer.

A Sega Mega-CD version appears to have been planned (with a US release of August 1993[16]), but was cancelled for unknown reasons.

Story

The story of the game falls in line with the movie Terminator 2: Judgment Day: to save the leader of the Human Resistance, John Connor, and his mother Sarah from the T-1000, an advanced prototype Terminator bent on killing them both. The player takes the role of a T-800 Terminator cyborg, already captured and reprogrammed by the human resistance, and fights alongside them against Skynet in the year 2029. Eventually, the T-800 and John Connor penetrate Skynet's headquarters and destroy the system CPU. Discovering the time displacement equipment, the T-800 is sent back through time to John's childhood, with the mission to protect him from the T-1000 that Skynet has already sent back. In the past, John, Sarah, and the T-800 launch an attack on Cyberdyne Systems in order to prevent the development and creation of Skynet. The T-1000 catches up to the group and pursues them in a police helicopter and a liquid nitrogen truck. The T-800 is able to freeze and shatter the T-1000 with the liquid nitrogen, but it quickly melts and reforms in order to continue its pursuit of John. Ultimately, the T-800 must stop the T-1000 from killing John and blast it into a vat of molten steel to destroy it.

Two endings are possible, depending on the outcome of the Cyberdyne raid. If all equipment is destroyed, the player receives a message that Judgment Day has been averted; otherwise, the company's research will continue and Judgment Day remains a possibility.

Gameplay

Mega Drive version

The game is a first-person rail shooter. The first half of the game takes place during the human/machine war in 2029, and the second half takes place during John Connor's childhood in the 1990s. Stages scroll automatically. Sometimes a certain amount of enemies or locks have to be taken out to proceed. Various items are hidden that provide benefits such as increased firepower or extra credits. Players lose points at the end of the level for killing civilians.

The game supports play using a control pad or Sega Menacer. Using a control pad, the D-Pad moves the targeting crosshair. Unlike most light gun games, players are equipped with machine guns that are fired continuously by holding the trigger on the Menacer or B on a control pad. While the gun has unlimited ammunition, it gradually overheats and loses efficiency, so players must let it cool off occasionally by not firing for a duration. Each player has a gunpower gauge that indicates this and decreases as the gun is fired. Players also have a secondary weapon, a rocket launcher in the stages set in 2029 and a shotgun in the stages set in the 1990s, which is fired by pressing the top button on the Menacer or A on a control pad.

Players have energy gauges that indicate their health. If the energy gauge is depleted, the player is defeated and can only continue playing at the cost of one credit. The score does not reset upon continuing. The quantity and positioning of enemies sometimes makes it impossible to avoid damage, meaning the game cannot be cleared without using continues.

The game supports two-player simultaneous play, with both players using control pads or with one player using the Menacer and the other player using a control pad. Players share credits. The number of starting credits can be set in the options menu.

Items

Items are collected by shooting them.

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Extended Rapid Fire Coolant
Recharges the gunpower gauge and allows the gun to fire for a duration at full efficiency without overheating.
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Rapid Fire Recharge
Recharges the gunpower gauge.
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Smart Bomb
Destroys all enemies on screen.
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Body Shield
Temporarily reduces damage done by enemies.
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Full Recharge
Fully replenishes the energy gauge.
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Plasma Pulse Energizer
Temporarily increases the power of the machine gun.
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Credit
Gives the player an extra continue.
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Rocket
Each rocket increases the supply of rockets by 3.
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Shotgun Shell
Increases the supply of shotgun shells by 3.
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Microchip
Gives a random item.
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Minigun
Temporarily changes the main weapon into a six-barrel minigun.
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M-79 Grenade Launcher
Temporarily changes the secondary weapon into a grenade launcher.

Stages

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  • T2 The Arcade Game, Stage 1.png

  • T2 The Arcade Game, Stage 1 Boss.png

The Battlefield

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The Human Hideout

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Trip to Skynet

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  • T2 The Arcade Game, Stage 4.png

  • T2 The Arcade Game, Stage 4 Boss.png

Skynet

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  • T2 The Arcade Game, Stage 5-1.png

  • T2 The Arcade Game, Stage 5-2.png

Cyberdyne Systems
The game has two endings depending on how much equipment is destroyed in this stage. Only 100% destruction triggers the good ending, which differs only by the text displayed on screen.

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  • T2 The Arcade Game, Stage 6-1.png

  • T2 The Arcade Game, Stage 6-2.png

The Freeway

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  • T2 The Arcade Game, Stage 7-1.png

  • T2 The Arcade Game, Stage 7-2.png

The Steel Mill

Master System and Game Gear versions

The Master System and Game Gear versions play similarly and have the same stages. The D-Pad aims the crosshair, 1 fires the gun, and 2 shoots the secondary weapon.

Both versions are single-player. There are three selectable difficulty levels (Easy, Normal, and Hard). The Master System version does not support the Light Phaser and can only be played with the control pad.

Items

Items are collected by shooting them.

T2 The Arcade Game GG, Items.png
Extended Rapid Fire Coolant
Recharges the gunpower gauge and allows the gun to fire for a duration at full efficiency without overheating.
T2 The Arcade Game GG, Items.png
Rapid Fire Recharge
Recharges the gunpower gauge.
T2 The Arcade Game GG, Items.png
Smart Bomb
Destroys all enemies on screen.
T2 The Arcade Game GG, Items.png
Body Shield
Temporarily reduces damage done by enemies.
T2 The Arcade Game GG, Items.png
Full Recharge
Fully replenishes the energy gauge.
T2 The Arcade Game GG, Items.png
Plasma Pulse Energizer
Temporarily increases the power of the machine gun.
T2 The Arcade Game GG, Items.png
Credit
Gives the player an extra continue.
T2 The Arcade Game GG, Items.png
Rocket
Each rocket increases the supply of rockets by 3.
T2 The Arcade Game GG, Items.png
Shotgun Shell
Increases the supply of shotgun shells by 3.
T2 The Arcade Game GG, Items.png
Microchip
Gives a random item.
T2 The Arcade Game GG, Items.png
Minigun
Temporarily changes the main weapon into a six-barrel minigun.
T2 The Arcade Game GG, Items.png
M-79 Grenade Launcher
Temporarily changes the secondary weapon into a grenade launcher.
T2 The Arcade Game GG, Items.png
MIRV Missiles
Temporarily changes the secondary weapon to MIRV missiles, which fire multiple volleys and seek targets automatically.

Stages

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  • T2 The Arcade Game GG, Stage 1.png

  • T2 The Arcade Game GG, Stage 1 Boss.png

The Battlefield

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The Human Hideout

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Trip to Skynet

T2 The Arcade Game GG, Stage 4.png

T2 The Arcade Game GG, Stage 4 Boss.png

  • T2 The Arcade Game GG, Stage 4.png

  • T2 The Arcade Game GG, Stage 4 Boss.png

Skynet

T2 The Arcade Game GG, Stage 5-1.png

T2 The Arcade Game GG, Stage 5-2.png

  • T2 The Arcade Game GG, Stage 5-1.png

  • T2 The Arcade Game GG, Stage 5-2.png

Cyberdyne Systems

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  • T2 The Arcade Game GG, Stage 6-1.png

  • T2 The Arcade Game GG, Stage 6-2.png

The Freeway

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T2 The Arcade Game GG, Stage 7-2.png

  • T2 The Arcade Game GG, Stage 7-1.png

  • T2 The Arcade Game GG, Stage 7-2.png

The Steel Mill

History

Legacy

The arcade game Revolution X, also developed by Midway, is a spiritual successor to this game. It was ported to the Mega Drive in 1995 and to the Saturn in 1996.

Probe Entertainment, which ported T2: The Arcade Game to home consoles, created its own spiritual successor, Body Count. It was released for the Mega Drive in 1994.

Versions

Compared to the arcade version and the Super NES port, the Sega Mega Drive differs greatly in terms of visuals and slightly in content. Visually, the Mega Drive game mainly features redrawn pixel artwork instead of the digitized graphics of the arcade and Super NES versions, and the palette has been considerably brightened. In terms of content, enemy layout has been altered. There is no wall and no resistance soldiers before stage 1 boss, no elevator in stage 3 (also missing in the SNES port), no enemy helicopters in the Cyberdyne stage, no rope SWAT in the Cyberdyne stage and final stage, and other changes. There are also some missing speech samples (most notably in the final stage after meeting the T-1000 for the first time the liquid nitrogen fight). In both the Mega Drive and SNES versions, the ending cinematic has been replaced by a single picture of John Connor.

The 8-bit versions contain differences in stage layout and item placement. They contain the MIRV warhead item, which is also present in the arcade and Super NES versions but absent from the Mega Drive version.

Production credits

Mega Drive version

Acclaim Development by the Black Team
  • Billy Pidgeon, Michael Arkin, Carol Albert, Tom Rademacher, Jay Mazziotto
  • Special Thanks to: Eric Samulski, George Petro
Probe Development by the Pink Team
  • Producer: Tony Beckwith
  • Graphic Artist: Mark Knowles
  • Additional Artwork: Nick Bruty
  • Tester: Barg
  • Music: Matt Furniss
  • Music Driver: S. Hollingworth
  • Programming: Paul Carruthers
  • Special Thanks to: Bill Allen, Stu Gregg, Jeff Fort
Source:
In-game credits
T2 The Arcade Game MD credits.pdf
[17]

Master System version

  • Programmed by: David Leitch
  • Graphics by: Terry Ford
  • Music by: Allister Brimble
  • Produced by: Tony Beckwith
Acclaim Production by 'The Black Team'
  • 'Strange' Mark Flitman, 'Iron' Mike Arkin, Tyrone Miller, James Fink, Joseph Mazziotto, Joe Allocco
  • Special Thanks To: George Petro, Linda Spelman, Dave Schmidt, Joti and Martin
Source:
In-game credits
T2 The Arcade Game SMS credits.png
[18]

Game Gear version

Acclaim Production by the Black Team
  • Strange Mark Flitman, Iron Mike Arkin, Donn Nauert, Tom Rademacher, Jay Mazziotto, Joe Allocco
  • Special Thanks to: George Petro, Linda Spelman, Dave Schmidt, Joti and Martin
  • This was...A Probe Development
Source:
In-game credits
T2 The Arcade Game GG credits.png
[19]


Magazine articles

Main article: T2: The Arcade Game/Magazine articles.

Promotional material

Main article: T2: The Arcade Game/Promotional material.

Physical scans

Mega Drive version

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
79 №6, p56/57
85 №6, p56/57
Sega Mega Drive
82
Based on
2 reviews
Sega Retro Average 
Publication Version Score
1700 igr dlya Sega (RU)
50
[20]
1700 igr dlya Sega (RU)
60
[21]
Alaab Alcomputtar (SA)
80
[22]
Aktueller Software Markt (DE)
62
[23]
Beep! MegaDrive (JP) NTSC-J
55
[24]
Cool Gamer (RU)
60
[25]
Computer & Video Games (UK)
90
[26]
Entsiklopediya luchshikh igr Sega. Vypusk 1 (RU)
60
[27]
Mean Machines: The Essential Sega Guide (UK)
72
[28]
Game Power (IT)
71
[29]
GamePro (US) NTSC-U
95
[30]
GamesMaster (UK) PAL
80
[31]
Hippon Super (JP) NTSC-J
50
[32]
Joypad (FR)
83
[33]
Joystick (FR) NTSC-U
80
[34]
Mega (UK) PAL
82
[35]
MegaTech (UK) PAL
86
[36]
Micromanía (segunda época) (ES)
89
[37]
Mean Machines Sega (UK) PAL
75
[38]
Player One (FR)
85
[39]
Play Time (DE)
62
[40]
Sega Power (UK) PAL
88
[41]
Sega Power (UK) PAL
89
[42]
Sega Pro (UK) PAL
94
[43]
Sega Pro (UK) PAL
92
[44]
Sega Zone (UK) PAL
89
[45]
Sega Force (UK) PAL
92
[46]
Sega Saturn Magazine (JP) NTSC-J
54
[47]
Supergame (BR) NTSC-U
91
[48]
Supersonic (FR)
86
[49]
Tricks 16 bit (RU)
84
[50]
Video Games (DE) PAL
78
[51]
Sega Mega Drive
77
Based on
32 reviews

T2: The Arcade Game

Mega Drive, JP
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Cover
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Cart
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Manual
Mega Drive, US
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Cover
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Cart
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Manual
Mega Drive, US (Cardboard Box)

Mega Drive, EU
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Cover
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Cart
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Manual
Mega Drive, PT
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Cover
Mega Drive, SE rental (HENT orange)
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Cover
Mega Drive, AU
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Mega Drive, BR
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Cover
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Cart
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PCB

Master System version

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
{{{{{icon}}}|L}} Division by zero.
Based on
0 review
Sega Retro Average 
Publication Version Score
Joypad (FR)
69
[52]
Score (CZ)
53
[53]
Sega Magazin (DE)
38
[54]
Sega Master System
53
Based on
3 reviews

T2: The Arcade Game

Master System, EU
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Cover
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Cart
Master System, AU
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Cover

Game Gear version

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
{{{{{icon}}}|L}} Division by zero.
Based on
0 review
Sega Retro Average 
Publication Version Score
Beep! MegaDrive (JP) NTSC-J
58
[55]
Consoles + (FR)
79
[56]
Computer & Video Games (UK)
80
[15]
Hippon Super (JP) NTSC-J
50
[57]
Joypad (FR)
75
[52]
Player One (FR)
70
[58]
Power Unlimited (NL)
90
[59]
Sega Power (UK) PAL
64
[14]
Sega Pro (UK) NTSC
71
[60]
Sega Game Gear
71
Based on
9 reviews

T2: The Arcade Game

Game Gear, JP
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Cover
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Cart
Game Gear, US
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Cover
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Cart
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Manual
Game Gear, EU
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Cover
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Cart
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Manual

Technical information

Main article: T2: The Arcade Game/Technical information.

References

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  5. File:T2tAG GG EU Box Back.jpg
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  18. File:T2 The Arcade Game SMS credits.png
  19. File:T2 The Arcade Game GG credits.png
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