Terminator 2 – £1,895

All time classic game, stunning looking cab.

In good overall condition. Signs of use on the casing, artwork etc. Recoil on both guns good. 

New locks added. Set to Freeplay.

In working order, ready to play!

The Unit measures 186cm High x 68cm Wide x 100cm Deep. 

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About The Game

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, a mimetic poly-alloy 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.
The amount of equipment destroyed in the Cyberdyne raid determines whether or not the company’s research will continue, either averting Judgment Day or allowing the possibility that it can still occur.
Running on the Williams/Midway Y-Unit arcade hardware and Midway X-Unit, the game allows one or two players to assume the role of a T-800 cyborg programmed to protect John and Sarah Connor and the resistance fighters against the Skynet offensive. Gameplay is set in a first-person perspective.
The game consists of seven stages, with the first four set during the human/machine war in 2029 and the last three during John’s childhood in the 1990s.
Cross a battlefield to reach a hideout for human refugees.Travel through the hideout, protecting the refugees against Terminators and other attackers.Fend off Terminators and hunter-killer aircraft as John drives to the main Skynet facility in a pickup truck.Invade the facility and destroy its main computer, after which the player’s character is transported back in time.Destroy as much equipment in the Cyberdyne research lab as possible while employees and SWAT officers fight back. The amount of equipment destroyed determines whether Cyberdyne’s research will continue and, if the player completes the game, whether Judgment Day has been averted.Fight off the T-1000 as it uses a police chopper and tanker truck to attack the SWAT van in which Sarah and John are escaping to a steel mill.Shoot holes in the tanker to douse the T-1000 in liquid nitrogen until it freezes solid; fight off mill workers as John flees through the mill; then knock the T-1000 into a vat of molten steel to destroy it before it can kill John.If John is killed in the third, sixth, or seventh stages, the player suffers a large health penalty and must replay that stage from the beginning.
The player’s primary weapon is a machine gun, which fires in fully automatic mode as long as the trigger is pulled. Pressing a button on the side fires a secondary weapon (missiles in 2029, shotgun shells in the 1990s). Gun ammunition is unlimited; however, an on-screen power gauge slowly decreases with extended firing, causing the rate of fire to slow down. The gauge refills when the gun is not in use. Other health and weapon power-ups are available throughout the game

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