For detailed information about this series, see: Bionic Commando on Wikipedia
Bionic Commando, originally titled Top Secret in Japan, is a side scrolling platformer video game series by Capcom.
- Bionic Commando (March 1987). Arcade. Later released on Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, DOS, ZX Spectrum and mobile phones.
- Bionic Commando (July 20, 1988). NES. Later released on mobile phones. A re-imagined game with little ties to the Arcade original.
- Bionic Commando (July 24, 1992). Game Boy. A remake of the game's plot in a new setting. Re-released in 2011 for 3DS Virtual Console.
- Bionic Commando: Elite Force (1999). Game Boy Advanced. Re-released in 2015 for 3DS Virtual Console.
- Bionic Commando: Rearmed (August 13, 2008). PlayStation 3, Windows and Xbox 360.
- Bionic Commando (June 25, 2009). PlayStation 3, Windows and Xbox 360.
- Bionic Commando: Rearmed 2 (February 1, 2011). PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
- Hitler no Fukkatsu: Top Secret (1988). A manga released to promote the NES game.
- Bionic Commando (1990). A novelization of the NES game published by Scholastic, part of the "Worlds of Power" label.
- Bionic Commando: Chain of Command (March 12, 2008). A four-part webcomic serving as a prequel to the 2009 game.
Links to other series
|Roc'n Rope||March 1983||Bionic Commando is an expanded version/spiritual successor of Roc'n Rope, being developed by the same planner.||3|
|Commando (Capcom)||March 1987||Main character from Commando, Super Joe, is a recurring character in the Bionic Commando series.||1|
|Captain Commando||December 1988||The NES port of Bionic Commando is part of the Captain Commando Challenge Series.||2|
|Pocket Fighter||July 01, 1998||Tessa's quiz in the English version of Pocket Fighter for consoles includes a reference to Bionic Commando.||2|
|Namco × Capcom||May 26, 2005||One of Sylphie's attacks in Namco × Capcom uses the Wire Gun/Bionic Arm from Bionic Commando.||1|
|Capcom Classics Collection||September 27, 2005||Arcade Bionic Commando is included in Capcom Classics Collection and Capcom Classics Collection Remixed. NES Bionic Commando is included in Capcom Classics Mini-Mix.||2|
|Zack & Wiki||October 23, 2007||One of the mysterious treasures in Zack & Wiki: Quest for Barbaros' Treasure is a trophy of the Super Joe sprite from the Arcade version Bionic Commando, and one of the Bonelich's minigames songs is the game's stage 1 theme.||2|
|Mega Man||August 13, 2008||In Bionic Commando Rearmed, a Met sprite appears in the background; there's also Servbot banners in the 2009 Bionic Commando.||2|
|Vulgus||August 13, 2008||The Yashichi enemy from Vulgus appears as a collectable in Bionic Commando: Rearmed and the 2009 Bionic Commando.||3|
|Dead Rising||February 19, 2009||A costume inspired by Spencer from Bionic Commando can be unlocked in Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop; Dead Rising 4 features a t-shirt with the Bionic Commando remake's logo.||2|
|Resident Evil||June 25, 2009||Boxes and banners with the TriCell logo from Resident Evil 5 appear in the 2009 Bionic Commando.||1|
|Dark Void||June 25, 2009||Dark Void posters can be found in the 2009 Bionic Commando.||2|
|Lost Planet||May 11, 2010||"Master-D" is one of the unlockable Nom de Guerres in Lost Planet 2.||2|
|Marvel vs. Capcom||February 15, 2011||Nathan Spencer is playable in Marvel vs. Capcom 3 and Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3.||1|
|Strider||February 18, 2014||One of Hiryu's color alts in the 2014 Strider may be inspired by Nathan Spencer from Bionic Commando.||3|
|Project X Zone||February 12, 2016||Xiaomu references a line from the NES Bionic Commando in Project X Zone 2.||2|
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