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More Bomberman for America

by Jonathan Metts - September 21, 2007, 12:00 am PDT
Total comments: 1 Source: Hudson

The Wii game first shown at E3 2006 is finally coming in January, along with a DS sequel. No mention of online modes.

HUDSON ENTERTAINMENT BLASTS BOMBERMAN LAND ONTO WII™, Nintendo DS™, AND PSP® system

Experience Triple The Fun With 3 Full Fledged Game Modes

REDWOOD CITY, Calif – September 20, 2007 – Hudson Entertainment, the North American publishing arm of Hudson Soft, today announced Bomberman Land, the award-winning series, is coming to the Wii™ and PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) system, and BOMBERMAN LAND Touch! 2 is coming for the Nintendo DS™. Published by Hudson and distributed in North America by Konami Entertainment, all three versions are planned to release in January 2008.

Bomberman Land brings together 3 exciting game modes into one. The series introduces a bevy of mini-games, where most can be played in multiplayer mode. The PSP system version features 50 mini-games, the Wii features 50, and the DS has 40 unique mini-games. In addition, the Bomberman Land series features a robust single-player Story Mode, where players can explore a fantasy land and solve quests and puzzles with the ultimate goal of restoring peace and tranquility to the beleaguered Bomberman world.

Best of all, the game includes the Battle Pack Mode, the classic multiplayer Bomberman experience that gamers know and love. The PSP system and the DS versions both allow gamers to share one game cartridge and network with friends to create the ultimate party game.

“Gamers are going to be blown away by the sheer amount of content they get in the Bomberman Land series," said John Greiner President and CEO of Hudson Entertainment. “Each version of the perspective Bomberman Land title is different, with unique mini-games, Story Mode, and features. With the success of Bomberman Live on XBLA, we knew we had to up the bar for the brand, and we believe this series truly is triple the fun."

For more details, visit http://www.hudsonent.com.

Talkback

MaximilianSeptember 20, 2007

No online would be such a waste. Bomberman Live on the 360 rules and the DS Bomberman Land is online, so here's hoping it comes together for the Wii.

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