Summary: If you want to play with ProtonJon online and join the ranks of Major League Bomberman, then by all means buy this game, but if you want to play your first Bomberman game, then your wasting your money, I would recommend playing Bomberman Live or Bomberman Battlefest from if you want to play your first Bomberman game.
Summary: i bought this game cause me and my boyfriend love playing the original bomber man together and didnt want to have to buy the original full game so we settled with this. only to recieve it and not let us play together since its a single player game and only a multi player game online.
Summary: Suddenly the game is far less fun. I realize it's about grids, it's about thinking out ur moves since u can only move at a certain speed. You have to try to lure your opponent into a trapped location so that you can blast them into oblivion. However, because of the camera angles, the unnecessary excess graphic items & the darkness, it tries to seem more like a first person shooter.
Summary: Interestingly, the single player is a bit better than traditional Bomberman games, but not by much, and Bomberman was never played for its single player. Single player is a survival test through a hundred levels, and it's very possible and not that frustrating to master. Once you learn the powerups and strategies to kill the other Bombermen, you might even have a good time for a couple hours. Key word here is "might". Probably not.
Now joining the ranks of Superman 64 and E.T. for the Atari, "Bomberman: Act Zero!"
Marvin Powell, Amazon
26 November 2012
Summary: This game takes everything that made the old Bombermans good and does the total opposite of it. This is on "Superman 64" levels of horrendous. Is it EXACTLY the same game as the 80's and 90's game, only with a generic piece of crap as the titular hero. Some lame Master Chief/Robocop "darker" and "edgier" hybrid. Plus, everything looks as generic 'futuristic and edgy' as possible.