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Arcade1Up Debuts Classic ‘Terminator 2’ Arcade Cabinet for Your Home

Arcade1Up Terminator 2: Judgement Day

Retro gamers and arcade fans have asked Arcade1Up to build a Terminator 2: Judgement Day cabinet for years, and it’s finally here. The company just announced its epic life-size replica Terminator 2 machine, complete with those classic red and blue light guns we all loved growing up.

Originally released way back in 1991, Terminator 2: Judgment Day or T2 is an exciting light gun shooter game. And just like the original in arcades everywhere back in the day, this floor-standing arcade machine has all the graphics, buttons, and guns you’ll ever need.

As you can see, this thing is absolutely gorgeous and a must-have for any enthusiast or collector. Complete with Arnold’s face plastered on the side with his shotgun and glasses. There are multiple buttons on the front to quickly select one or 2-player mode as you would in an actual arcade, and it retains the light gun ropes so you’ll never lose your weapon.

Staying true to the original game and film, Arcade1Up’s cabinet will let one or two players take the iconic roles of T-800 cyborgs, just like Arnold Schwarzenegger, Robert Patrick, and Eddie Furlong. Battle the shape-shifting T1000, protect John and Sarah Connor and save the human resistance.

The cabinet even has behind-the-scenes footage of how the original game was made, giving owners extra nostalgia.

Pre-orders open on November 1st at Noon EST, but there’s no word yet on pricing or a release date. That said, it’ll probably be upwards of $500+. Keep in mind that this thing weighs nearly 82 lbs, so make sure you have a good spot for it. Then, hit the link below and order your own.

Arcade1Up Terminator 2 Arcade Game Cabinet

Order your very own life-size replica arcade cabinet of Terminator 2: Judgement Day from Arcade1Up.

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