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Bomberman LIVE tournament headed our way for the new year

Dec 31 // Jim Sterling    @JimSterling

In the before time, the long-long ago, there existed an Xbox Live that did not have Halo 3 or Call of Duty 4 on it. Yes, I know I speak heresy but it is true, I remember it! You remember it to, if you cast your mind back to long suppressed ages. In this bleak and untamed prehistoric realm, we played other games online. Games like Bomberman LIVE. Remember that? Hudson remembers, and has announced a tournament for explosion fanatics everywhere (the ones who aren't Bin Laden's chums).

The "Bomberman LIVE New Year's Bash Tournament & Sweepstakes" will be for US gamers (boo) who can compete for the grand prize of an almighty 100,000 Microsoft Points. Think of the amount of times you can download Space Giraffe with all that abstract moolah! One time. You can download it one time. Here's how we throw down:

In the "Bomberman LIVE New Year's Bash Tournament," players will drop
bombs with reckless abandon.  They will attempt to get the most frags
on the "Weekly Ranked Friendly Fire Leaderboard" which records
performance in the new "Friendly Fire" game mode on any map.

The games shall begin at 5:00 a.m. PST on January 6, 2008 and end at 8:59 a.m. PST on
January 13, 2008. The one catch is that you need the Bomb Up Pack 3 add-on downloaded to your HD, but who cares? It's a great little game, right? Hit the jump for the dirty press release.

HUDSON ANNOUNCES "BOMBERMAN LIVE NEW YEAR'S BASH TOURNAMENT &
SWEEPSTAKES"

U.S.-Only Leaderboard Tournament Has Top Prize of 100,000 Microsoft
Points


REDWOOD SHORES, CA - December 31, 2007 - Hudson Entertainment, the
North American publishing arm for Hudson Soft, today announced the
"Bomberman LIVE New Year's Bash Tournament & Sweepstakes," in which
U.S. players will compete both for bragging rights and for prizes,
including a 1st-place prize of 100,000 Microsoft Points. Registration
begins at 9:00 a.m. PST on December 31, 2007 and ends at 8:59 a.m. PST
on January 13, 2008.

In the "Bomberman LIVE New Year's Bash Tournament," players will drop
bombs with reckless abandon.  They will attempt to get the most frags
on the "Weekly Ranked Friendly Fire Leaderboard" which records
performance in the new "Friendly Fire" game mode on any map.  This new
mode is available only by downloading the "Bomb-Up Pack 3" add-on pack
for Bomberman LIVE from Xbox LIVE® Marketplace.  The tournament begins
at 5:00 a.m. PST on January 6, 2008 and ends at 8:59 a.m. PST on
January 13, 2008.  Concurrently, people will be able to enter the
"Bomberman LIVE New Year's Bash Sweepstakes" by simply registering at
the official registration page.

(http://www.hudsonentertainment.com/tournament_register.php?tournament_id=1)

"Our goal with Bomberman is to bring the fantastic gameplay to a wider
fanbase." said John Greiner, President and CEO of Hudson
Entertainment. "We start off the new year with a big tournament in
Bomberman LIVE on XBLA, then move into new Bomberman Land releases on
the WiiT, DST, PSP®, and mobile. We have lots more planned to bring
even more fans into the community in 2008."

For Registration, Official Rules, and more information, visit Hudson's
website.

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