Bionic Commando: Game rip
Name: Bionic Commando
Alternate name: Top Secret (Japan); Hittori no Fukkatsu: Top Secret (Japan)
Characteristics: Action, 2-d, Horizontal-Scrolling, Vertical-Scrolling, Platform, Arcade
Publishers: Capcom, US Gold, Nintendo, Go!, Software Creations, Pacific Dataworks
Developers: Capcom, Go!, Software Creations
Original/port composers: Gondamin, Harumi Fujita, Tim Follin (Amiga), Mike Follin (Amiga), Tim Follin (C64), Mike Follin (C64), "Gondamin" (NES), Tim Follin (ST), Mike Follin (ST), Tim Follin (Spectrum)
Game Boy - United States
Arcade (Mar 1987) - Japan
Amiga (1988) - Europe
Amstrad CPC (1988) - Europe
Atari ST (1988) - Europe
ZX Spectrum 48/128 (1988)
Nintendo Ent. System (1988) - United States
Commodore 64/128 (1988) - Europe
PC Dos (1988) - Europe
Nintendo Ent. System (20 Jul 1988) - Japan
Game Boy (24 Jul 1992) - Japan
Game Boy Color (26 Jan 2000)
Released: Mar 1987
Related Plaform: Commodore 64/128
Format: Tracked music (MOD / XM / S3M / IT)
Composer of these tunes: Manfred Linzner
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Mirsoft
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 1
Size of archive: 6995 bytes
- "Another Follin Bros Classic" (by purplemaze, 2 Sep 2004) [8/10]
What can I say, they really where in a class of their own. I didn't like the arcade music much, but the C64 tune was brilliant.
This is a good remix, and it would have got 10/10, unfortunately at pattern 8 it goes off into some other tune, and not the amazing solo like the original.
- "Elicits a sincere emotional response in the listener" (by q, 27 Feb 2018) [7/10]
I first played this game as a kid. I remember feeling so strongly in the "righteousness" of my cause, fighting against the forces of evil. Yeah I knew it was just a game, but man the suspension of disbelief is amplified by the profoundly emotion evoking soundtrack. Goosebump inducing.
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