Bionic Commando

Description

Details

  • Platforms: NES
  • Abbreviation: bionicmd
  • Display Name: Bionic Commando
  • GoodTools Name: Bionic Commando
  • Game Resources:
  • Game Groups:
  • Action
  • Platformer

Publications

Bionic Commando (1988) is a platform game with a hero who can't jump, but can quickly latch onto objects with his bionic arm. The name of the original (Japanese) version of the game literally translates to The Resurrection of Hitler: Top Secret. Nintendo censored the Nazi references for the North American version.
This is an improvement of 56.28 seconds over the previous movie, mainly thanks to a new trick in Area 12 where if damage is taken from an enemy at the same frame one would normally take damage from a barrier, one'd pass through the barrier, assuming the player's position is correct.
For more swinging goodness, check out these runs of the Game Boy and arcade versions. There is also an "all items" run which completes the optional stages as well.
Using a resync to a more accurate emulator, this run can be seen played back on console.
Bionic Commando (1988) is a platform game with a hero who can't jump, but can quickly latch onto objects with his bionic arm. The name of the original (Japanese) version of the game literally translates to The Resurrection of Hitler: Top Secret. Nintendo censored the Nazi references for the North American version.
Unlike our any% run of this game, this run collects every non-respawning object. This includes completing every action stage (but not the neutral zones), obtaining every gun, and exposing the secret enemy truck routes to get the helmet item.
The baseline tab shows the default movie beating the game as fast as possible without any special conditions.


Game Versions

Type Name Title Override Region Version Sha1 Md5 Platform
Good Bionic Commando (USA).nes U 8F2F7D70AB38FA203651972C7BD4A0CCA3638162 61179C6ADF36A6C056AB384B03C53404 NES