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: I was hoping this would have a deeper story line. But it has no story line at all. You just kill off the other opponents that gets very repetitive and boring after playing for just an hour. Dissapointed tha this has not story portian to it! I am glad that I at least rented this game from GameFly and not actualy bought it. And I agree this game should have been an XBox Live Marketplace game! This is the worst game for a next gen console ever!
Summary: This is the worse Bomberman game ever. Don't buy it!!! There are only battles with one arena. The stages are setup so you fight one person on the first round, two people in the second and so on.
Summary: Act Zero means it deserves a Zero star rating. However, if I could give it zero stars, then I'd want to give it a negative star. It is without a doubt the worst Bomberman game in the franchise, surpassing the horrible Atomic Bomberman on the PC from the early '90s. The game suffers from unbearably long load times between rounds that interrupt any enjoy that could have been had for the 3rd person perspective. There is one reason, and only one, to try this game.
Now joining the ranks of Superman 64 and E.T. for the Atari, "Bomberman: Act Zero!"
Marvin Powell, Amazon
23 December 2007
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.
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in t..., Amazon
23 December 2007
Summary: I loved the original Bomberman games. It was a great strategy game - you had to set up bomb patterns to blow out walls and destroy enemies. Then came the XBox 360 version. I was really looking forward to a fun, engrossing strategy game that I could play for hours on end. I don't mind "dark" games so choosing between a male and female somber, realistic looking robot didn't bother me much. You can choose from a few colors to "highlight" their metallic outfits as well.