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Bomberman 64

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A N64 classic.

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I fucking love this game. Great artwork man. I hope you do the sequel, too.

To Flippy1234, review below me

What in the world are you smoking, stop writing in caps, and realize Bomberman has spanned for a long ass time, all the way since the Nintendo. you are probably too young to play that console, but that is where he all started, from the beginning right along side final fantasy. Stop typing in all caps and do some research before yelling facts.
Both console and handheld has been getting equal amounts of Bomberman games, some radically different. He is not mainly console, or mainly handheld, he is both.

That aside, great pictures and great memories of playing that game. Honestly liked classic bomberman more, but this was still some good fun :P

awsome

i love the design of the character, seryously i love this art...

Hmmm...

You should consider a Sonic-Bomberman crossover, btw ho do you draw max, he's too complicated, OH YEA, EVERYONE I'M NOT YELLING BUT BOMBERMAN IS NOT A N64 TITLE, HE ONLY APPEARED ON IT TWICE, HE IS MAINLY A HANDHELD TITLE, I BEING A BRUTE DISLIKE THE N64 GAMES, THE FIRST ONE WAS BRAND-NEW, I BOUGHT IT IN AN UNOPENED BOX FOR 30 BIG ONES MAN! THEN WHEN I PLAYED IT, BOMBERMAN WASN'T SHAPED RIGHT, AND THE GAME WOULDNT PLAY PAST THE MIDDLE OF THE OPENING SCENE, AND IT WAS IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND AN ENGLISH VERSION OF THE 2ND ONE, SO I WENT FROM BOMBERMAN TO SONIC TO EARTHWORM JIM TO RAYMAN TO BANJO-KAZOOIE TO CLASSICAL GAMING (INCLUDING BEMBERMAN) REALLY FAST BECAUSE OF THIS

Awesome!

I love it. It looks like it was made by Hudson themselves

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