Super Bomberman R
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About this game
Content Rating: Everyone10+
Super Bomberman R is coming to Xbox One! New characters are joining the fight: Master Chief Bomber is a "SPARTAN-II Supersoldier," deployed by the UNSC to defend Humanity from the threat of attack by the aggressive alien alliance known as “The Covenant.” This ultimate soldier wears state-of-the-art combat armor, called “Mjolnir”, and is a highly capable combatant with a vast variety of firearms, armored vehicles, air and spacecraft! His face remains a mystery, as he never removes his helmet. Play alone or with a friend in a Story Mode jam-packed with different levels. Re-experience classic Battle Mode, or discover the brand new Grand Prix Mode in which team play is just as important as individual skills! Play locally or online with friends and players from around the world! Super Bomberman R is the biggest Bomberman game ever!
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Overall Super Bomberman R is a great take on the classic formula. I enjoyed what it delivered and the extra characters add that nostalgia meter rise for me. I just wish Konami was bringing them to more franchises outside of this one. Still, this game serves its purpose and it is nice to finally see it on other consoles outside of the Switch.
Super Bomberman R brings back the classic Bomberman formula and implements some interesting mechanics to shake up the fields of play. The game offers a decent campaign and supports both local and online play across a range of fun PvP game modes. With some poor voice acting and awkward camera issues to the side, this is one party-battle game that you should definitely have on your radar.
Whether or not Super Bomberman R succeeds in reviving one of gaming’s previously much-loved franchises remains to be seen. But one thing is for sure, if you’ve ever been fond of strategically dropping bombs to flummox your opponents, it’s a winner. Visually it has charm, and its soundtrack teeters on the line between repetitive and infectiously catchy.