Articles tagged with: Bionic Commando
The wait is finally over…for North America at least. Today, Capcom has released the patch that brings trophy support to Bionic Commando: Rearmed.
In order to enable trophies though, you’re going to have to manually delete your current save date and create a new one. Tis a small price to pay for the luminous goblets. So just exactly what trophies are there to earn? Let’s take a look…
It was actually quite some time ago when we were promised that Bionic Commando: Rearmed for the PSN would be getting trophies. We waited and wait, but to no avail…that is, until now.
Yes, almost a year later, our good friend John Diamonon over at the PlayStation.Blog has announce that Rearmed would be getting a patch real soon. There are also some other enhancements that will be coming with the patch but you’re not interested in those, are you?
Our paperboy did not have a long run. In fact, he didn’t even make it out of that neighborhood before word spread and the authorities were involved.
Always the optimistic one, our bionic protagonist made the best of his house arrest by earning a proctologist degree by mail. They should really make background checks before mailing degrees all willy-nilly.
Bad news for bionic corporate America; they have lost one of their own in this state of economic turmoil. Depending on whom you ask at his former office, the bionic middle manager was summarily dismissed as part of a strategic downsizing or because of his role in an unfortunate high-five celebration mishap.
Don’t feel too bad for him, our bionic friend has bounced back and found a job already. Nothing as cool as a fireman or profitable as a middle manager, but it puts food on his bionic table. He’s a paperboy.
Capcom have released the best trailer yet for the upcoming Bionic Commando. But there are some strange things you notice if you scrutinize the video. Well, maybe not, but we noticed a few odd likenesses during our first few hundred views.
Usually OSTs are only available in Japan and anyone else must import them if they want to hear the music of the games they love. Well not any more, for Americans at least. Partnering with Sumthing Else Music Works, Capcom will be releasing soundtracks to our favorite games including Resident Evil, Street Fighter, Bionic Commando, Dead Rising, and Monster Hunter.
No Mega Man or Devil May Cry? Perhaps we’ll see those in the future.
It started with the noblest of intentions; using his bionic arm to save people (or pets) in need, but his dream did not stop there. He had his eyes set on something bigger, something more meaningful, something he would be proud to write to his bionic mother about: middle management.
Bionic Commandos are not that impressive these days. Sure, they had their shining moment in the 80â€™s. They even staged a brief comeback in 2008 by rearming themselves and are planning a full 2009 revival by donning dreadlocks and finally daring to jump; but we see through the gimmicks.
Deep down they are all the same commandos we have seen before.
But not this guy. He is the Bionic Fireman.
Speaking with Capcom this week, Eurogamer have confirmed that, though a demo of up and coming action-swinger Bionic Commando will grace XBL in the coming weeks, there are “no plans” for a PS3 version.
Considering the amount of love Capcom have been showing the PS3 over the last few months, this decision has taken us a little by surprise.
It’s time for Capcom to break the code of silence with what (we hope) is the first in a series of “lab report” videos (presented within) outlining the game-play dynamics of the one-armed wrecking machine we know better as Nathan “Rad” Spencer – the Bionic Commando.
It has been announced by Capcom today that Bionic Commando, the hotly anticipated remake of the classic NES game from 1988, will be released in Europe on May 22nd.
The game which was featured on the December edition of Qore, for the first time allows players to jump.
PS3 Attitude proudly presents an interview with Tom Nally, a student in the UK who could well be the Molyneux, Miyamoto or Ueda of tomorrow. We grilled Tom about a host of things, from emotional music right through to where the industry needs to pick up the slack.
The headline could have easily read “Resident Evil 5 – The Visa Card” as well as “Bionic commando – The Visa Card”, you can choose from any of these major franchises if you decide to sign up for the first ever Capcom Unity Prepaid VISA Card.
Capcom is the first video game company to offer a co-branded Visa rewards card program specifically designed for gamers. ‘Did they just say rewards?’ Yes they did, read on for the juicy bits.
Bionic Commando’s really limited edition lunchbox in picture mode.