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Terminator Salvation is a light gun shooter arcade game released in 2010. It is developed by Play Mechanix and published by Raw Thrills.

Gameplay

Player plays the role of John Connor during the war opposing the human resistance to the machines of Skynet. The game consists of two selectable missions: objective of the first mission is to seek and destroy the secret lab where Skynet conducts experiments on humans. The purpose of the second mission is to escort refugees to a safehouse and destroy Skynet. Player faces whole armies of T-600, T7-T, Aerostats and Moto-Terminators. He can find grenades, shotguns and miniguns on his way. During some sequences, it is possible to use heavy machine guns mounted on vehicles (helicopter, pickup).

The weapon is a customized M4A1 has a magazine of 60 bullets. To reload, player presses the bottom of the magazine. The button on the side of the weapon is used to throw grenades.

Appearances

Characters

Locations

Enemies

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Missions

Mission 1

  • Chapter 1: Hornet's Nest
  • Chapter 2: Down the Rabbit Hole
  • Chapter 3: Lights Out!
  • Chapter 4: The Meat Grinder

Mission 2

  • Chapter 1: Convoy
  • Chapter 2: Blockbuster
  • Chapter 3: Goliath
  • Chapter 4: Skynet City

Cabinets

Three different versions of the arcade cabinet exist:

  • Deluxe: 42" LCD screen.
  • Super Deluxe: 100" screen with projector and external speakers.

Notes

  • George Petro, executive producer for this game, lead the development of Terminator 2: Judgment Day arcade game while working at Midway.

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