By: Hudson Soft / Kawaguchi Genre: Maze Players: 1 Difficulty: Medium-Hard
Featured Version: MSX First Day Score: 000,000 (seriously!)
Also Available For: Sharp X-1
It's been a while now since my last look at this great series but since returning to it I've discovered, apparently in my eagerness to progress through the series, that I missed one out! Now that I've realised this, however, I wish this particular offering had remained obscured from my sight until the end of time. For better or worse though, it does exist, and as you may have guessed from the title, it tries to do something a little different. In more recent years there have been a few attempts to turn our hero's world into a three-dimensional one but I thought Bomberman 64, which itself got a rather lukewarm reception, was the first one. It now appears that this isn't the case, for as far back as 1984, and immediately after the original game's release, Hudson released 3-D Bomberman, and it was something of unbridled horror.
|Hmmm, what to do now...|
|Yep, that's one of the rather psychotic-looking enemies...|
RKS Score: 2/10