The Excellent Terminator 2 Gets Remade as an 8-bit Video Game

The CineFix YouTube channel’s latest episode of its 8-bit Cinema series remakes the iconic Terminator 2: Judgment Day into an old school video game using 8 and 16-bit technologies from gaming’s past.

As usual the crew did a fantastic job taking old video game engines and using them to tell a feature length film in less than 4-minutes. I can’t quite nail down which video games were used to create the remake, but I’m feeling a bit of TMNT Arcade, and possibly a 16-bit RPG flavor. All I know is that the gang captured Arnold doing his best with a sawed-off shotgun, which would make a great GIF by the way, so head on up above to watch Terminator 2: 8-bit Judgment Day and then let us know what games you think were used to create it by leaving a comment down below.


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