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Dtoid review: Tale of two Bombermans


12:51 AM on 10.07.2006



Besides my voice track that got all frizzled for some reason, I think this video review of both Bomberman: Act Zero for the Xbox 360 and Bomberman for the PSP will give you a good idea of what to expect with each game. Bottomline: If you own a 360 and have a bunch of friends online who would like to play Bomberman, then I suggest you all get the game. However, if you have no friends, skip Act Zero because there's hardly anyone else to play online with and online is the only viable part of the game. If you own a PSP, go out and buy Bomberman. You'll thank me.





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