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Bionic Commando: Elite Forces
|Bionic Commando: Elite Forces|
Bionic Commando: Elite Forces is the fourth game in the Bionic Commando line, and the first to offer play as more than one character.
Document an all-but-game-breaking stage entry glitch for a Bugs page.
What may have been an early version of the game's title logo. The graphics are actually divided up between two different areas of the ROM.
While the final was only one-player, some graphics remain for multi-player options, which makes sense because there are two characters in this game to choose from.
The two-player modes were to include co-op, competitive, and capture-the-flag.
Believe it or not, this game even has graphics from the forthcoming Crystalis GBC port (released approximately five months later) stored away in it!
According to the left image, that game was going to have a title logo based on that of the NES version, but got scrapped in favor of a completely different-looking title screen. The most logical reason why they are here anyway is because both this game and Crystalis GBC were handled by Nintendo Software Technology Corporation.
|The Bionic Commando series|
|Game Boy (Color)||Bionic Commando • Bionic Commando: Elite Forces|
|Windows||Bionic Commando (2009)|