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    Bionic Commando Rearmed

    Game » consists of 9 releases. Released Aug 13, 2008

    Bionic Commando Rearmed is a remake of the classic NES game, Bionic Commando. Although it was designed mainly as a marketing tie-in to the 360 and PS3 game also called Bionic Commando, it was actually far, far better received by critics than the real console game.

    How long is this game?

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    #1  Edited By Thrawn1

    I'm considering buying an arcade game, and I want one that will last a while. I already have Geometry Wars 2, N+, Braid, and Ikaruga.

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    #2  Edited By Vaxadrin

    About 14 levels.

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    #3  Edited By Thrawn1
    Vaxadrin said:
    "About 14 levels."
    ok, but how long does that last? how long will i realistically be playing this game? any replayability?
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    #4  Edited By HandsomeDead

    And it's about 14 relatively hard levels too.

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    #5  Edited By Vaxadrin

    I still haven't beaten it and have owned it since it released, so to me the game is at least a month long.

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    #6  Edited By Leon31

    It really depends on how fast you pick up the mechanics of the game and how good you are with them. If you pick them up fast you might get through the game in a week. As  Vaxadrin also said, you could also go for a month before beating it. I'm in that same group. There is replayability especially in the challenge rooms they give you. Plus, trying to find the 4( I think it's 4 ) special rooms can add another week on. So I would say your looking at a good ammount of time and replayability with this one.

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    #7  Edited By Thrawn1
    Leon31 said:
    "It really depends on how fast you pick up the mechanics of the game and how good you are with them. If you pick them up fast you might get through the game in a week. As  Vaxadrin also said, you could also go for a month before beating it. I'm in that same group. There is replayability especially in the challenge rooms they give you. Plus, trying to find the 4( I think it's 4 ) special rooms can add another week on. So I would say your looking at a good ammount of time and replayability with this one."
    sweet, i'll probably get it.
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    #8  Edited By Bennyishere

    There are a lot of collectibles and upgrades that will have you go back into each level, and with the 56 Challenges and local multiplayer, it's not a short game. You could also try the game on Super Hard like I did, that'll probably require a year or two of practice :| I gave up on Super Hard, but I did do Hard....

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