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8-bit Terminator 2

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Hasta la (Windows) Vista baby.

There's nothing quite as futuristic as Skynet in this brilliant 8-bit (with quite a bit of 16-bit) video game reimagining of the classic 1991 movie Terminator 2: Judgement Day, created by the amazing Dutton brothers at Cinefix.

Unusually for the titles Cinefix normally tackles, Terminator 2 did actually get its own 8-bit and 16-bit game versions at the time - so for fairness, we've included them too. But the Cinefix version is done and dusted in just over three minutes, so it's a lot quicker to get to that final tearjerking scene.

Hopefully they'll do a version of the new movie: Terminator (Sega) Genisys.



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