Generalissimo Killt's name might be a reference to Spanish dictator Francisco Franco, since Generalissimo was to Franco what Führer was to Hitler. Besides, Franco and Hitler collaborated together several times, first Hitler aiding Franco in the Spanish Civil War and later Franco aiding Hitler in the World War II. Another interesting fact, although in that case might be just a coincidence, is that the most representative image of Franco during the post-war is the one with him wearing a cloak, just like G. Killt. Add
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Continuing with the vague Nazi references pointed out earlier, in reality these Nazi references were in fact real Nazi material in the Japanese version of the game! The title, Hitler no Fukkatsu, translates to say 'Top Secret: The Resurrection of Hitler'. The real plot for the game has Nazis (referred to as 'The Badds' in the North American manual) trying to resurrect Hitler, and your character trying to stop them. The red flags referred to earlier really did have the swastikas on them. Nintendo almost made it through the censoring process, save for the end sequence... Add
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Bionic Commando was voted #66 in the Top 100 Games of All Time poll published by Game Informer Magazine (Issue 100, August 2001).
Many people consider the enemy forces named "The Badds" to be indicitive of the Nazi Germany. This conclusion is futher helped by the "Badds" symbol throughout the game being a black eagle on a red flag. Add