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Bionic Commando - Playstation 3

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3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews) 71 / 100

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Platform: PlayStation 3
PlayStation 3
  • Bionic Commando brings the original 8-bit game into an era of high definition graphics
  • Explore the beautiful, free-roaming 3D world of Ascension City
  • Bionic arm allows players to swing, grapple, and attack enemies
  • Multiplayer options allow up to 10 simultaneous players
  • Nathan Spencer voiced by Mike Patton

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Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000ZK7ZOY
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 5.3 x 0.5 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: May 19, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,054 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

Platform: PlayStation 3

Product Description

Bionic Commando sees the return of the bionically-enhanced Nathan "Rad" Spencer, voiced by Mike Patton, the former lead singer of Faith No More. Time has not been kind to Spencer: 10 years after his heroic defeat of the Imperials in the original game, he has been betrayed by the government he swore to serve, imprisoned for crimes he didn't commit, and sentenced to death.

On the very day of Spencer's execution, terrorists detonate a massive experimental weapon in Ascension City, unleashing an intense earthquake that has turned the city into rubble and wiped out its population. With the terrain in ruins and the city's air defense grid now in the control of a massive terrorist force whose goal remains unclear, the FSA have only one option left - a behind-the-lines assault. The perfect job for a Bionic Commando.

Bionic Commando transposes the swing-and-shoot gameplay of the 8-bit original to a 3D environment of towering buildings, suspended roadways and monorails, deep canyons and sheer rock faces, where every environment is scalable using swinging, scaling, climbing and wall-walking techniques.

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Bionic Commando is back, now on the PS3, 20 years after the NES classic was initially released. And returning with it is the swinging bionic arm game mechanic that made it so popular and critically acclaimed. Bionic Commando makes the move to 3D, and gamers will be able to grapple, swing, and scale a giant environment filled with buildings, canyons, and more.



There are many creative uses for your bionic arm. View larger.


Being able to swing and shoot is an essential skill. View larger.


Freely explore Ascension City and its outskirts. View larger.


Ten players can get it on the action at the same time. View larger.
Nathan Spencer is Back
Bionic Commando takes place 10 years after the 1988 game, with Nathan Spencer again the protagonist. Voiced by Mike Patton, ex-Faith No More singer, Spencer is betrayed by his government, falsely accused of murder and sentenced to execution. Just prior to his execution, however, the city is bombed and Spencer is asked to track down the terrorists in return for his freedom.

Bionic Arm Offers New Control Possibilities
Like in the original game, the bionic arm is what separates Bionic Commando from other games. With it, you can swing between buildings, grapple onto ledges and zip up, walk walls, pull apart the landscape, throw heavy objects, attack enemies, and more.

Giant, Sweeping World to Explore
As you swing around with your bionic arm, you'll be subjected to beautifully detailed scenery that ranges from Ascension City and its bridges and skyscrapers, to outdoor environments like canyons. By mastering different swinging techniques, players will be able to reach different areas and target enemies while mid-swing or even hanging upside down. If you misjudge your swing by even a little bit, you might find yourself plunging to your doom.

Swinging Multiplayer Fun for up to Ten Players
Bionic Commando allows up to 10 players at a time to get in on the swinging fun, finding new ways and techniques with the bionic arm to dispatch your friends and enemies. Maps are designed with the swing and gun game mechanic in mind, rewarding players who are adept at simultaneously swinging and aiming.

Bionic Commando is an updated and beautiful take on the classic, bringing the core elements of the 8-bit original into a beautiful, 3D world. Fans of the classic and newcomers alike will delight at the unique game play options that the bionic arm afford.


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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Getting the swing of things. May 25, 2009
By Bumble
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
My first day of playing this game yielded anger and frustration. I had a hard time attaching the wire and swinging where it didn't feel like I was just beating around, not to mention the screen gets all red when you start dying which makes it harder to see whats going on. I played the second day and was much better swinging by working the right stick better. Now I feel like I have a pretty good handle on the mechanics and have beaten it through once. All games have problems you will get tired of as does this game, but once you can control him you get a much better experience than initially. It has a learning curve without question, and now I am glad cause I appreciate it much more. Bottom line great game, entertaining, top-notch graphics. I highly recommend this game just don't expect to pick up the controller for the first time and be a pro. Stick with it and you'll get it down cold. Also the arm has plenty of beat down moves, I only use bullets to complete in game challenges so be ready to get your mechanical hand dirty. If you liked any of the BC series this one will definitely blow your hair back. (Don't let the nay sayers who can't adapt discourage you from this game)
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
The critical reception to Bionic Commando was anything but kind. The PS3 version of the game is sitting on GameRankings with an aggregate score of 72%. I've seen games get the short shrift before, but never so much as Bionic Commando. I have a small confession to make; I'm only halfway through the game, but I'm so enamored with it that I couldn't wait to write a review. Here's the breakdown:

Graphics: Stunning throughout. Animations seem realistic (considering the subject matter at least) and environments are breathtaking. Not much to say because there's nothing to complain about.

Story: I've heard that this aspect takes some criticism; apparently the ending is love it or hate it. I'm enjoying the story partly because of the effective voice-acting. Steve Blum always puts on a good performance, and he's effective here as Super-Joe. I'm not familiar with the VA for the main character, but he certainly does a good job of making me believe he's enjoying the swinging as much as I am- which brings us to...

Gameplay: There's nothing else on the market like BC. It's not an FPS or even a standard 3rd person shooter. The main focus is on effective use of the bionic arm. The result has been compared to the Spider-man games, but such a comparison leaves out the nuances that BC brings to the table. First of all, the level design is superb. Whereas the Spider-man levels games are typically limited to swinging around the same old skyscrapers, BC's levels are filled with all kinds of broken buildings, suspended railways, caverns, and more. Even if the mechanics of the swinging were identical, the game would play much differently. But the swinging requires more precision than SM. Some players make the mistake of giving the game five minutes and deciding it sucks.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Nice, Better than I expected January 30, 2010
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
First of all, the story.
It's kind of cool. The hero is sent to jail for life, then bad guys attack the city with a lot hell nuclear power, then the hero is released from jail and suddenly he is the only hope, the original, the BIONIC COMMANDO.

Controls are hard at the beginning, mastering the swing is hard but in my case, after I worked it for a while I got it pretty nice.

I find the picture quality very nice at 720P. The concept of a destroyed city, very big place to explore (careful with the radiation and the SNIPERS) is awesome.

The things that you can do with the Bionic Arm are awesome, attack skills that you will get as you progress through the game.I just bought the game and I'm still playing the single player missions and all I can say is that it's fun, I recommend it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fun and under-appreciated October 25, 2010
By Jason
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
When Bionic Commando launched it was met with a lot of speculation and didn't receive many favorable reviews. Many criticized the game for being all of the map really and not doing any of those elements right. Having played through the game twice now people judged this game by the cover not by the overall contents, and having been gaming since back in ye olde days of the Atari 2600 this game brought the classic Bionic Commando into 3D without missing a beat.

Gameplay: Not your every day video game I will be honest. Like most games today there is a learning curve but they baby you into the game. Bionic Commando basically doesn't pull its punches. Right after the basic tutorial it is good luck, 'have fun storming the castle' pretty much. Practice a bit with your timing and next thing you know you will be Tarzan with a grenade launcher. Boss fights feel very epic and actually will make you think fast on your feet trying to find out the weakness of the boss. There also is no one way to actually fight enemies. You can do everything from stomping on enemies, swinging and shooting, grabbing and throwing them into the air, throw objects , or simply pull out a gun and pew pew them all. One gripe that anyone will notice is that until you get a hang of the game, your accuracy with firearms is pretty much terrible until you pull off some nice challenge stunts to unlock some bonuses

Sound/Story: The voice acting is actually some of the best I have heard in a long time and pretty much carried the weak storyline of the game. Sound effects were spot on also

Graphics/Presentation: The graphics were actually really good. The game runs at 720p unless you force 1080p. I was surprised at how detailed they went with the background of the game.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good game, but it's hard
I'm from the old school so I remember when Bionic Commando was a flat, left-to-right action game. But this is pretty cool nevertheless. Read more
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