Summary: This was the vey game that started growing my amagination and it's so awesome. I loved this game and still woud've had it this day if it wasn't for my brothers. I wish Nintendo would make more games like this.
Summary: Bomberman Generations for the Nintendo GameCube is more or less quite like Bomberman 64. But I'm not going to compare them, I'm going to take a fresh and quick look on Generations. Generations has 2 modes; Normal Mode and Battle Mode. Normal Mode is the story mode in which Bomberman must collect all the Bomb Elements that scattered across the 6 world by the devilish Mujoe and his bandits. All the worlds has it's own theme such as jungle, underwater etc.
Fantastic fun, too bad it's restricted to one console.
23 July 2012
Excerpt: "...line. Ein explains to Bomberman about the Hige Hige Bandits shooting down a space freighter containing important crystals called bomb elements and about the elite clan of ruthless Crush Bombers, who have paired up with the notorious Mujoe, leader of the Hige army. The Crush Bombers are under specific orders from Mujoe to locate the six "bomb elements" that have been scattered around the planet Tentacalls; he who obtains all six bomb elements will ...
Pros: Fantastic and fun for all, all - round entertainment .
Summary: Purchased for my wife (who is a long term 2D Bomberman fan). This game is actually a bit different, in that it is completely 3D and that rather than having tight maze environments, it is much more free-roaming. You still have to blow up enemies to progress, and the bosses are largely similar, There is the odd simplistic puzzle too (which adds a great twist to the old Bomberman gameplay). In short, much of the same but quite different!