Game designer (and musical maestro) Simon Viklund has had some adjusting to do over the past few years, watching a game series he was once a driving force behind end up in the arms of another man. Well, team.
For some, the inclusion of DRM - "digital rights management" which prevents copying - is a provocative act. That makes requiring an online check-in for a game with no online component, like Bionic Commando: Rearmed 2, both perplexing and obnoxious.
Gametrailers got a three-minute look at Bionic Commando: Rearmed 2 due early next year from Capcom. Packed with gameplay, fans should get a good idea of the game's innovative new features which, of course, include jumping.
This is how you bring down the Megacopter in Bionic Commando Rearmed 2 - hang on its undercarriage, blast away at the engines and then - jump on a plunger so it shits out a clown car?
Reviewing Final Fight: Double Impact this week, I failed to mention the game's remixed soundtrack as a definite plus. It's the product of Simon Viklund, who delivered the outstanding techno score of Bionic Commando: Rearmed. It's available for download, free.
The Swedish game makers behind Bionic Commando Rearmed are back with a new studio and new unannounced game.
Nathan Spencer is back and he's pissed, as Capcom's remake of Bionic Commando attempts to grab PC gamers where it counts - Steam and retail.
You also get trophies with this patch, which reader Alex L. said went up on the PlayStation Network today.
Was Bionic Commando Rearmed just too hard for your delicate gaming skills? The same update that brings trophy support to the PlayStation 3 will make the game just a little bit easier.
You may have heard. Capcom's Bionic Commando revamp has tanked, and tanked in a big way, selling only 27,000 units during the month of May. Which begs the question: why?
It's a game that's been done by a Japanese publisher so even though it's doing extremely well, that information hasn't really sunk in to their side. It'll be…
If you haven't gotten your hands on Bionic Commando: Rearmed for 360, PS3 and PC, do it, it's fun and hard as hell. This brings us to its big brother, Bionic Commando that Fahey got to try out at E3. In this gameplay trailer we get to see all of the mechanical arm swinging one could only dream about. The game will be…