Bomberman (TurboGrafx-16) review
"Everything recycled is new again..."
Everything is right where you left it on the Nintendo Entertainment System, but more colourful, better sounding and more responsive in general. Except now weíre on the PC Engine, or rather its North American counterpart, the oversized and oddly named TurboGrafx-16. This game makes nearly as many missteps as the NEC did with the packaging and presentation of said hardware, even though it is more ďadvancedĒ.
So I suppose that makes Bomberman a NES port to NECís console, since it was the Lode, er forerunner. The history of Bomberman starts with a title localized in Europe as "Eric and the Floaters", thanks to local tensions about the use of unauthorized incendiaries. The advancements this game has made are stuck with uncomfortable growing pains, but letís not garrote the protagonist before he has a chance to rescue the girl.
Community review by hastypixels (March 26, 2019)
At some point you stop justifying what you play and begin to realize what you're learning by playing.
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