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: The title of this review sums up everything including the reason I gave it four stars; if "Bomberman Generation" was able to be purchased for the Xbox 360 and PS3, it would be one of the most renowned fun games to date. As it happens, it is strictly for the GameCube only, so do bear this in mind before you purchase it. "Bomberman Generation" deals out fun in buckets.
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!
Summary: Like all Bomberman games, the multiplayer is spot on, with a variety of different modes to keep you and your friends happy. The graphics have also taken a nice turn, into a colourful and cartoony look. It's a shame the single player mode is soooo boring. Younger children may find it satisfying, but it's just not challenging enough. Again the graphics in single player are about the best thing. Only buy this if you intend to play with friends.
Summary: I've played and completed just about every Bomberman game ever created. Without a doubt this is the best one I've played. Please don't think this game is anything like the horrible Bomberman 64 or Bomberman Hero on the N64, we try to forget that those releases even exist! If you even remotely liked bomberman 64, you'll love this! Story mode is huge, you can come back to the older levels later and re-explore when you have uncovered new items.
Summary: When i bought it i was expecting loads of differnet modes of play including the amazing original multiplayer and the mega drive version where you got to ride kangeroos would've been quite nice. But instead we get a 3D world which gets a bit samey after a while. The whole idea of 'Charabombs', little pokemon like things that you collect might keep people entertained if they've just met the minimum age for the game.
Summary: This game is fantastic, not only does it give you various battle games (to which i love the coin battle) it has a brilliant main game. Many games are over far too quickly and when you're bored with the main game the battle games are a bit of light relieve. I would recommend this game to anyone and say to give it a chance, took me a while to get into it but once i did, i'm still getting lots of fun out've it..
Summary: As a kid I remember playing Bomberman on the SNES. That was a classic game that you couldn't turn off for hours on end. When I saw the tricky little character had been born again to appear on the Gamecube, I was more than pleased. Off I went to buy it, then off I went home to play it. I turned it on and it was off again in about 10 minutes. They've managed to destroy a great game. Shame on you Nintendo!!
Summary: Bomberman-serien har länge varit känd för sin behärskning av multiplayer genren. Återigen kommer den lilla figuren tillbaka med en serie av spel för flera spelare som kommer att ha det jätteroligt samtidigt som de bombar varandra. Man kan spela som upptill fyra spelare samtidigt och man springer runt på en plan där man försöker ta ut varandra genom att bomba sönder varandra.