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Bomberman Jetters Latest News - GC

Game Description:Bomberman returns with a big bang! Once again Bomberman and MAX must stop the Hige Hige Bandits. Only this time the Hige Hige Bandits aim to destroy Planet Bomber with their diabolical Project: Obliterate Planet Bomber! Despite HHB's dismally uncreative name for their plan, the plan itself is a brilliant apocalyptic coup d'etat! They mean to crash their artificial Dark Star comet into Planet Bomber and blow it up! Now Bomberman and MAX must destroy the Dark Star's four engines before it impacts Planet Bomber. Switch between Bomberman and MAX, use new Charaboms, and build new bombs by fusing them with new materials. New four-player Bomberman mayhem also awaits you with a host of new modes and mini-games!
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  • Nugget From The Net: Bombershock-Man?

    I'd like to apologize for ruining Bioshock 2 for you by posting the below image I caught on Game-Rave, by way of Reddit: Sorry.

    Posted February 3, 2010

    Nugget From The Net: Bombershock-Man?

 


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