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Bomberman Latest News - PSP

  • Publisher: Konami
  • Genre:Action
  • Developer: Hudson Soft
  • Release Date:Sep 13, 2006
  • # of Players:4 players
  • ESRB:E - Everyone (Mild Cartoon Violence)
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Game Description:Experience a new adventure with an old favorite as Bomberman makes a heroic debut on PSP! Things aren't looking up in Bomberman's galaxy. Neighboring planets have been attacked by a robot army, and a sinister dark shadow is moving closer to Bomberman's home. Join Bomberman on an interstellar journey to save his planet! Follow the story through 100 levels, where a new item stock system lets you strategically collect and use tons of new items. Revive the old-school vibe in Classic Mode, which features over 50 levels from the original Bomberman. Up to four players can join in wirelessly for 20 stages of battles or compete in no-time-limit party games.
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