Super Bomberman R for Nintendo Switch

Super Bomberman R

Mar 3, 2017
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About this game

Developer: Konami
Content Rating: Everyone10+


Bomberman is back as Super Bomberman R! Place bombs and collect power-ups to blast your way through classic 'Battle' or 'Story' mode. Play 'Battle' mode where up to eight players are dropped within a maze until the 'last man standing' is declared the winner. Venture through 'Story' mode where one to two players work cooperatively to clear a series of 50 stages in order to save the galaxy.

Gamer Reviews

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Sep 27, 2020
Very short game, it took me just 3 hours to finish the story mode.
Dec 5, 2019
Its a fun game considering I got it for $10 from eshop deal! Since the game for 90% of the year is expensive, it’s not a great game since there are so many downsides, such as beating the game pretty fast. Although, I do like the competition and online battles a lot!


Apr 21, 2021
arturo lopez

arturo lopez

Mar 18, 2021


Jun 13, 2019

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

44 Reviews
William MurphyMar 10, 2017
Everyone will have a different favorite Bomberman character; there are different kinds of powerups, bombs, and multitudinous different stages to play on. The network response times can be a little lacking, but Konami and HexaDrive have already committed to work on that issue and free updates to content. Super Bomberman R is a good, not great, return for the franchise. It’s charming in its retro gameplay, but also a bit disappointing that the first new game in a decade does little to push the IP forward.
Ken McKownMar 15, 2017
Super Bomberman R is a decent game that asks too much to jump in. I get it, the Switch launch is lacking titles to purchase, but I still cannot recommend this title at its current price. I would wait. This is a fantastic $20-$30 game, and should have been priced accordingly.
Sean EngemannMar 08, 2017
If you want Super Bomberman R for the occasional good time blasting your friends and family around the television, then it is worth considering, but only down the road when the price drops significantly. At $50, there is simply too little it offers and too much it does wrong. With the issues presented, it begs speculation as to whether Konami simply cranked this out quickly to capitalize on the hype of the launch of a new system.

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