|Preceded by||Cyber Sled|
|Twitch||Cyber Commando Channel|
Cyber Commando (サイバーコマンドー, lit. Saibā Komandō), is a versus shooter arcade game, which was released by Namco in 1994 only in Japan; it runs upon their "Super" System 22 hardware, and is the sequel to Cyber Sled (released in the previous year). The player must use two analogue joysticks with two buttons to take control for several different futuristic tanks (which are the eponymous "Cyber Commandos") - and, as in that original game, it is advisable for novice players to view the game from behind their Cyber Commando, but experts may again wish to push the second ("View Point") button and change to that first-person view (which is again reminiscent of Solvalou). The shield level of both the player's and CPU's tanks are displayed up at the top of the screen, with a clock-like radar display between them; your remaining time and total time are also displayed in the bottom-right corner of the screen. Unlike the original "Cyber Sled", this game does not have two-player simultaneous capability.
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