Excerpt: Hudson's little trademark mascot has seen more than a few visits to just about every gaming platform out there, which is something of an accomplishment. When most people think of old-school mascots, they tend to gravitate toward something from Nintendo or SEGA, but Hudson managed to establish a little dude that chucks bombs at other little dudes as one of the cornerstones of classic gaming. The reason, of course, is simple: games are a blast (hurrr, punny!).
Summary: This game isn’t perfect, but due to the extreme amount of replay value and the length of the single player adventure mode, it’s worth every penny. I recommend buying this game, but if you’re the kind of person who thinks games like this are “kiddy”, just overlook this game and move on with your life.
Pros: -Graphics are true to the Bomberman series and are quite appealing., -Extremely lenghty adventure mode., -Tons of variation with the mini games., -Single UMD local multiplayer., -Almost 50 stages for multiplayer mode., -Endless replay value., -Low introductory price.
Cons: -Sounds haven’t improved over the years, nostalgic or not., -No online multiplayer., -Bomberman Battle has no enhancements., -Story is pointless and ludicrous., -Missions outside of mini games are boring and repetitious.