Leviathan Games (Wii)
|Genre(s)||Light gun shooter|
|Mode(s)||Up to 2 players simultaneously|
|Cabinet||Standard 27in upright, deluxe 33in|
|Arcade system||PC with NVidia Graphics, custom I/O|
|Display||Raster, VGA resolution, horizontal|
Target: Terror is a shooter arcade game developed and published in 2004 by Raw Thrills, and designed by Eugene Jarvis. The game involves shooting terrorists attacking various places in the United States, including Denver Airport, the Golden Gate Bridge and Los Alamos National Laboratory.
After dispatching and killing all terrorists, helping all officials (and keeps all the officials alive, along with the innocents) and saving all innocents in all these areas, the player(s) is are sent to an airplane that has been hijacked. The player(s) must fight their way to the cockpit in order to stop the terrorists from making a suicide attack on the White House. The player(s) succeeds in killing all terrorists, helping all officials while successfully keeping them all alive, saving all innocents, and stops the White House suicide attack. The president then says that he and the whole world thanks the player for their courage and bravery of stopping the terrorists, calls the player(s) a hero, and also says "Its because of heroes like yourselves, that this country is a safe place for democracy and the American way of life", static is on the screen and then says "To be continued".
There is a special edition version called Target: Terror Gold which awards medals to the player as a bonus and also has hidden minigames that can be unlocked by damaging certain parts of the environment.
A sequel, called Target: Terror 2 is said to be in development, but has since stalled.
The Wii version received generally negative reviews from critics, receiving an average score of 37.26% based on 19 reviews on the review aggregator GameRankings, and an average score of 33 out of 100 based on 19 reviews on Metacritic.
One criticism was attributed towards the difficulty of the game, Jeff Gerstmann noted, 'Someone, somewhere is able to play the arcade version of this on one quarter. If you encounter him, do not take this gentleman up on his offer to give you a ride home! It will only end in tears, several years of forced servitude, and a shallow grave near mile marker 117.' 
- Target: Terror from AllGame.com
- "Target: Terror Reviews". GameRankings. Retrieved 2016-06-13.
- "Target: Terror (wii: 2008): Reviews". Metacritic. Retrieved 2016-06-13.
- Jeff Gerstmann, Giantbomb.com. "Target: Terror Review". p. 1. Retrieved 2008-05-07.
- IGN Staff. "IGN: The Greatest Graphics of All Time". p. 2. Retrieved 2009-03-22.
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