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The Terminator (Sega CD)

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Title Screen

The Terminator

Developer: Virgin Games
Publisher: Virgin Games
Platform: Sega CD
Released in US: March 8, 1993
Released in EU: 1993

DebugIcon.png This game has debugging material.
LevelSelectIcon.png This game has a hidden level select.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.

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The Terminator: Now with 100% more Tommy Tallarico guitar solos!*

*Well, half of them, at least.

Cheat Menu

Come with me if you want to cheat.

On the title screen, hold down Right, then press B, C, B, B, and release Right. The cursor will change into a white square. Choose "Start Game" and a new menu will open. You can adjust your weapon and the amount of lives and grenades you start with.

(Source: Arguro (GameFAQs))

Level Select

You really don't want to start the final level with the worst gun in the game. Trust me.

Enter the cheat menu using the code above. Hold down Left, then press B, C, B, C. Release Left, and the cursor will change to a white square. Select "Run Game" and you'll be able to choose your starting stage.

(Source: Arguro (GameFAQs))

View Cinema Sequences

One day we'll be able to watch full movies on something as small as a CD! That is, if Judgment Day doesn't get here first.

Enter the options screen. Hold down C, press Right, Left, and release the button. The cursor will change to a white square. Highlight "Sound Test" and press the A button. A new option called "Cinema Sequences" will appear, which lets you watch all the video sequences in the game, including the ending.

(Source: Nevershine (GameFAQs))

Regional Differences

The US and European versions of the game have one major difference: In the European version, all the cinema sequences use the actual audio (including voice-overs) from the movie. But in the US release, only the opening intro does. The rest of the videos use the main Terminator theme.