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Bomberman (XSX) game cover art
Platform: N-Gage
Tags: Action
Developer: Hudson Soft
More Platforms: DS, Famicom Disk System, NES, PlayStation, PSP, TurboGrafx-16


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Bomberman review (PSP)

Reviewed September 19, 2006

Jason Venter says: "The single-player campaign is spiced up by the inclusion of an item inventory system. When you blow up the block de jour within a certain area, there’s a pretty good chance it will leave behind a collectable item. You can activate one of these at a time to impact how you clear the screen, while those goodies not in use head to your war chest. Then, in a moment of need, you can utilize one for simple salvation."
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