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Bionic Commando (PS3)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 89 reviews from magazines and websites. Views about the value for money and design are generally positive. The story and gameplay are also appreciated. Some have doubts about the multi player mode.

graphics, gameplay, story, design, value for money

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Bionic Commando (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

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Bionic Commando (PlayStation 3)

 

Bionic Commando is a third-person action game that likes to tease you. It dangles endless possibilities in front of you, only to snatch them away and replace them with limp gunplay and extended stretches of nothing. There are some good ideas here, and...

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Bionic Commando Review

 

It started with a remake, now it's a reboot.

There isn't much replay value in Bionic Commando, other than trying to complete all of the in game achievements that the game offers. They range for swing a certain distance to killing an amount of enemies. There are also many little 8-bit icons from...

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Bionic Commando

 

Swinging back into the hearts of gamers. If I had to pick one developer this year that has answered the call of hardcore gamers it would certainly have to be...

Great visual presentation ; Excellent swing mechanic ; Fantastic music

Level jump is lame ; Multi-player feels tacked on ; Story can be convoluted

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Bionic Commando

 

In 1988, Capcom released Bionic Commando for the NES.  It was a side-scrolling action game in which the protagonist, Radd Spencer, used his bionic arm to get him through conflicts behind enemy lines to rescue the imprisoned Super Joe.  Bionic Commando...

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Bionic Commando - PS3 review at Thunderbolt Games

 

There's little gamers appreciate more than a great swing mechanic. The sensation of leaping from an Ozone-bothering structure, attaching to a distant object and flying towards it in an elegant arc is one that is hard-wired to the escapism and fantasy...

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Review: Bionic Commando (Sony PS3)

 

My most anticipated release of the year to date did not disappoint. Bionic Commando offers giant boss battles, fun abilities, and large scale vertical platforming all fit together into a solid and very fun title.

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Bionic Commando

 

Let's talk about staying power shall we? While some games, like the Mario series find their niche and settle deep into our culture - others aren't so lucky and are soon forgotten. Then there are those titles that are deemed worthy of getting a second...

The only cheats we could find are to change Spencer's appearance in the game and while it's a good choice to get the character back to his roots - there's just deserves to be more. How about a cheat to unlock all weapons, upgrades and maneuvers? It...

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Bionic Commando review for the PS3

 

Super Joe just isn't as "super" as he used to be.

Old-school shout-outs; Fun multiplayer; Cool new moves

Radiation death; Unbalanced difficulty; Moments of poor depth perception

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Bionic Commando

 

Getting around the city can be a thrill, but it wears off a little too soon.

Awesome environments that are fun to move around in; good graphics

Repetitive moments bog down the momentum; multiplayer peters out

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Bionic Commando Review

 

Bionic Commando rekindles an old license in a challenging and entertaining manner

This game looks good, ramps up the difficulty nicely for a solid progressive challenge, and is relatively easy to jump into and play. Ok, the linearity of the storyline is a bit of a drawback, but the game still manages to embroil players in the action...