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'''''Bionic Commando''''' for the Game Boy is a remake of the [[Bionic Commando (NES)]] game. It is the same style of platform shooter and features a slightly easier to work with bionic arm. You control Rad by swinging him over various obstacles, shooting at enemies, and infiltrating enemy territory. Since the game is a remake, the main goal is the same: you're trying to rescue Super Joe and save the world from the evil empire. All references to Nazism and World War II have been eliminated, and there is a more high tech theme to the game. Although the game is grayscale, the graphics are wonderful, and some of them are even better than the original, and a stronger anime motif is used. A few tunes are reused in the game as well, though the Game Boy sound chip doesn't quite match up the NES.
 
'''''Bionic Commando''''' for the Game Boy is a remake of the [[Bionic Commando (NES)]] game. It is the same style of platform shooter and features a slightly easier to work with bionic arm. You control Rad by swinging him over various obstacles, shooting at enemies, and infiltrating enemy territory. Since the game is a remake, the main goal is the same: you're trying to rescue Super Joe and save the world from the evil empire. All references to Nazism and World War II have been eliminated, and there is a more high tech theme to the game. Although the game is grayscale, the graphics are wonderful, and some of them are even better than the original, and a stronger anime motif is used. A few tunes are reused in the game as well, though the Game Boy sound chip doesn't quite match up the NES.

Revision as of 17:10, 2 December 2011

Bionic Commando
Bionic Commando - GB - USA.jpg
Platform: Game Boy
Year: 1992
Developer: Capcom Co., Ltd.
For other games in the series see Bionic Commando.

Bionic Commando for the Game Boy is a remake of the Bionic Commando (NES) game. It is the same style of platform shooter and features a slightly easier to work with bionic arm. You control Rad by swinging him over various obstacles, shooting at enemies, and infiltrating enemy territory. Since the game is a remake, the main goal is the same: you're trying to rescue Super Joe and save the world from the evil empire. All references to Nazism and World War II have been eliminated, and there is a more high tech theme to the game. Although the game is grayscale, the graphics are wonderful, and some of them are even better than the original, and a stronger anime motif is used. A few tunes are reused in the game as well, though the Game Boy sound chip doesn't quite match up the NES.


Screenshots


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Music

A couple of the songs from the Game Boy remake are based on the original arcade game and the NES port, but most of the music is unique.


Recording

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This recording is incomplete.

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Bionic Commando Theme Junko Tamiya Unknown 1:11
Heat Wave Junko Tamiya Unknown 1:05
Leap of Faith Junko Tamiya Unknown 0:43
Epilogue Junko Tamiya Unknown 1:16


Credits

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Game Rip

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Ripping Game Boy music is a very arduous process that is beyond the scope of this site.


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