Terminator Salvation Arcade (2009) By Raw Thrills Full Game Direct Capture - jadeusgames.com

Terminator Salvation Arcade (2009) By Raw Thrills Full Game Direct Capture

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Who would’ve knew if this game became the next Raw Thrills Game to have a full feature direct capture. Work was well paid off too especially upgrading the computer inside the game to make the experience smooth.

This includes both missions playthrough.

NO EMULATION WAS USED!! THIS HAS BEEN CAPTURED FROM A REAL CABINET! To cut it short it will not be emulated or dumped in any shape or form!

Cabinet’s Computer Specs:

Computer Model: Dell Optiplex 3010 Mini-Tower Desktop
CPU: Intel Core i3-3220 3.30 GHz Dual-Core 3rd Gen Processor
RAM: Samsung 4 GB DDR3-12800U 1600MHz Single
HDD: WD Caviar Blue 7200 RPM 250 GB SATA Hard Drive
GPU: EVGA Nvidia GeForce GTX 650ti 2 GB GDDR3 Video Card
OS/Software: Linux / TS Deluxe v1.41 Non Fixed Guns

Game Desc:

Based on the Hit Movie!

Play Mechanix’s newest arcade shooter is based on one of the all-time best-selling Sci-Fi franchises – Terminator. Terminator Salvation™ is sure to be a smash hit with arcade players and fans, capturing all of the thrills and excitement of the mega-hit movie and then some. No expense was spared in designing a cabinet that captures the essence that is Terminator Salvation™. Glowing neon rifle holders and a replica T-600 marquee topper with gleaming red eyes complete Play Mechanix’s ultimate “showcase” piece. Players are right on the firing line as droves of T-600 robots attempt to thwart their resistance. Heavy-duty recoiling rifles, showcasing a NEW “Clip” action reload feature, add a depth of realism unparalleled in any arcade shooter. Players can add to their arsenal by securing a number of distinct and explosive weapons to battle a variety of menacing combatants throughout the game. Every aspect of Terminator Salvation™ promotes high traffic, high replay and longevity in earnings!

Available in a 42″ deluxe cabinet, 32″ fixed gun cabinet, 42″ fixed gun cabinet, and Super Deluxe 100″ projected screen cabinet.

110 Comments

  1. I used to be scared to play these type of games in the arcade when I was little 🤣

  2. i would see this in nearly every movie theater lobby

  3. Has anyone here tried to save as many soldiers as possible in this game or is it just me?

  4. I was the best at this game, I once got a score of 1 million at a local Dave & Busters. Last I checked, I'm still on the top.

  5. The amazing thing is that back then the mechanics and the position of playing the game in the arcade helped with the immersion. But looking at it now u can see how it was alittle janky when everything is clear from watching in high resolution than watching those screen for the salvation arcade game

  6. The amazing thing is that back then the mechanics and the position of playing the game in the arcade helped with the immersion. But looking at it now u can see how it was alittle janky when everything is clear from watching in high resolution than watching those screen for the salvation arcade game

  7. This game with the gun controls would be a cool way to play call of duty

  8. This game with the gun controls would be a cool way to play call of duty

  9. IHateThatYoutubeDisplaysYourFullName says:

    Give your gun a slap!

  10. IHateThatYoutubeDisplaysYourFullName says:

    Give your gun a slap!

  11. I remember playing this EVERY TIME I went to Dave & Busters!! The farthest I got was the sewers

  12. I remember playing this EVERY TIME I went to Dave & Busters!! The farthest I got was the sewers

  13. Never thought I'd see anybody beat this game XD

  14. Never thought I'd see anybody beat this game XD

  15. I think the farthest my brother and I ever got was the beginning of mission 2 of act 1

  16. Man I mustve spent a hundred bucks on this gamr back in the day, all i would do is play this shooter, I mustve beaten the whole story like 20 times

  17. How'd you capture it from the cabinet? Were you at an arcade?

  18. me and the boys defending ourselves when we open a pack of gum at school

  19. Back when I thought a shotgun was called shock gun and that it shocks people

  20. this used to be (and still is) my favourite arcade game second only to pinball machines

  21. I wonder why my petter piper pizza got rid of that game I always played it like once

  22. I used to go to an arcade room with my friend and play co-op for hours trying to beat the game.

  23. Played this in Chuck E cheese this shyt crazy as hell 💯💯💯

  24. I remember playing one at a Dave & Busters.
    Man I loved that game

  25. this is still at my movie theater I love this game lol

  26. This game was literally my introduction to the terminator franchise so terminator salvation holds a weird special place in my heart despite the fandom's opinions on the movie

  27. I got top place at my local arcade in this

  28. Oh LOOK his health doesn't just FUCKING MELT. Knew they set up the values at arcades… fuckers

  29. How did you get recording for this, is legit really good

  30. I don't care if the creator of the terminator movies say's that this is not cannon, this is cannon to me

  31. The amount of damn times I saw that clip growing up is astonishing

  32. Dude ngl, I've always wanted to cut the cord from the AR and just take it home. It looked so damn cool

  33. I like play this game with my father

  34. I could never get passed the first level

  35. I wonder how a speedrun of this game would work

  36. Is he actually putting in quarters to keep playing or is he pressing a button to just keep the game going? Probably a stupid question but I have never owned an arcade cabinet before.

  37. I played this with my Cousin, let me just say it was hard

  38. This will always beat the console and iOS ones no matter what

  39. I had one of these to see in my town when I was a kid at a mall. There was a kids section on upper floor where children love to come to play there and eat burgers. The left side of this Planet of Kids (that's how it was called) is dinosaur themed playground for littles while the right one is space future sci-fi type of mood for "cool guys". Back then Terminator franchise hasn't gone to shit as we can see it now and it had reputation, so you guess there was this arcade everyone loved to play but no one could beat it. I'm thinking if there was at least one person who did make it to the end of all this despite the difficulty and long ass line that would always go "Move on, I wanna play!" But if he did he probably paid a shit ton of money for that. I still doubt to this day, if anyone could make it. If he did I think there was no one to tell the tale.

  40. After watching this playthrough, now I know why everyone in my arcade calls this machine a scam. It's absurdly hard, your weapon feels like it is shooting marshmallows, and your health is way too little. Not to mention the fact that when the enemy locks on it attack almost immediately and does it at a fast pace, the enemies come suddenly and they always get a hit off when they are in packs of 2-4

    Honorable mention:
    15:00 Rip

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