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[Tier: Stars]NES Bionic Commando (USA) in 13:27.95 by Aglar.
FCEUX movie (.fm2) (date: 2013-03-03)
MKV file via BitTorrent (size: 21.89 MB, length: 16:05)
MKV file via BitTorrent (Modern HQ) (size: 24.88 MB, length: 16:05)
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Obsoletes movie #1396 (13:45.26)
Rating: 8.7 (10.5 votes)
   
- Takes damage to save time
- Genre: Action
- Genre: Platform

This movie has been obsoleted!

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Bionic Commando (1988) is a platform game with a hero who can't jump, but he can quickly latch onto objects with his bionic arm. The original (Japanese) version of the game literally translates as The Resurrection of Hitler: Top Secret. Nintendo censored the Nazi references for the North American version.

Aglar's first contribution to Bionic Commando features inhumanly fast grappling and swinging. The run is an improvement of 17.33 seconds over the previous run due to a new trick.

For more swinging goodness, check out Bionic Commando for the Game Boy.

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