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Bionic Commando speedrun, resurrection of hitler


12:57 PM on 06.08.2006



NES Bionic Commando (JPN) in 14:06 by Jean-François Durocher (aka. Genisto). This video is of ヒットラーの復活 (Resurrection of Hitler - Top Secret), which is the original (Japanese) version of Bionic Commando. Note the crazy change of stage order from our version. UPDATE: Capcom makes some damn good video game music, and I really enjoyed the factory fire stage song of this game in particular. I found an awesome electronica remake of it on OCRemix which I guess was also shared on a Gameboy remake I obviously also need to now run out and buy. I also like do the Carlton when it comes on.





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