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Bomberman Live Previews - Xbox 360

Bomberman Live
  • Publisher: Hudson Soft
  • Genre:Action
  • Developer: Hudson Soft
  • Release Date:Jul 18, 2007
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:E - Everyone (Comic Mischief, Tobacco Reference)
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Game Description:Originally launched in the US in 1987, the game captured gamers' hearts with its simple yet challenging gameplay. With over 60 iterations on nearly all major consoles since then, and over 10 million units sold, winning accolades as the best multiplayer game of all time, this classic game has stood the test of time. Fans can now compete with the best Bomberman players worldwide, as Bomberman Live delivers 8-player online. Fans can also play with their friends in 4-player local action on one system. In addition, Bomberman Live features new character customizations, which allow players to personalize their Bomberman from 10,000 possible combinations.
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    Morgan Webb is in Tokyo to show you the long list of titles Microsoft is showing off at Tokyo Game Show 08.

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