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Bomberman Land Latest News - Wii

Game Description:Find action, adventure, intrigue, and more in this trip to the Bomberman Land amusement park. Packed with mini-games and multiplayer mayhem, Bomberman Land offers non-stop action geared to hook just about anyone. Customize your character and journey through five different zones filled with more than 40 mini-games ranging from sports challenges to sci-fi battles and more. Uncover the mystery behind the splintered theme park as you collect pieces and put Bomberman Land back together. Play against up to four friends in any of the mini-games and get a big blast from the Bomberman past with a full version of the original Bomberman Battle game, complete with all-new maps and power-ups.
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    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.

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    Nugget From The Net: Bombershock-Man?

 


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