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The Gritty Bomberman Reboot Nobody Wanted And Everybody Hated

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You can't beat a bit of Bomberman. Hudson Soft's explosive arcade game was a smash hit when it launched for the NES in 1985, and went on to spawn an irresponsible number of sequels, spin-offs, ports, and remakes.

Every game is slightly different in some way, but in the best ones the core concept always remains the same. You and up to three friends are trapped in a maze together and you have to bomb the shit out of everyone until you're the last one standing.

It's one of the best local multiplayer games ever, and has been charming people for decades with its deliciously simple gameplay and bold cartoon art style.

Related: Psi-Ops, Second Sight, And The War Of The Psychic Action Games But in 2006, something happened to Bomberman. Something bad.

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