New Bomberman Act: Zero Trailer

Hudson Entertainment has released a new trailer of Bomberman Act: Zero that showcases the game's features.

Bomberman is reborn with a new look and a new attitude for the next generation. Deep within an experimental underground facility, humans are imprisoned as test subjects and trained to become soldiers. Equipped with armored battle suits, the subjects must fight for survival and eliminate each other to determine who will become the Ultimate Human Weapon.

As Bomberman, your objective is simple: destroy your opponents before they destroy you. You'll have to survive through 99 stages to escape to the surface. In your way, you'll find hidden items including speed, bomb, and armor power ups. The game lets you choose between the classic one-hit, one-kill gameplay style, or a new life bar and item system for a more aggressive gameplay style.

In addition, this new version of Bomberman, available only on Xbox 360, will feature online gameplay for up to 8 players on Xbox Live.

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Essential Video Games Everyone Needs To Play At Least Once

Video games are no longer just a simple past time. Today's games are evolving into true works of art. Offering intriguing narratives, cinematic setpieces, and profound messages, games can entertain us for hundreds of hours.

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El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron - Coming Back for a New Generation

Originally launched in 2011, El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron is coming to Nintendo Switch, so It's time to look back at the original.

jznrpg17h ago

Still have my ps3 copies. Bought it at launch and another one when I found it cheap and in perfect condition about 10 years ago. I wouldn’t buy it on Switch but if they made a PS5 version I would. I still have one of my PS3 Fats hooked up so good to go either way.

darthv7217h ago

Id play it again on the switch. I wished my 360 version was bc but this is still a good way to play.

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Fallout 3's Reveal Led To Death Threats And Bethesda's First Security Guard

The artist behind Fallout 4’s Deathclaw reveals just how bad things got back when Bethesda took over the series

anast19h ago

People are stupid I get it. No one should feel unsafe,

But I think they need to talk about why they cut so many corners during the development process and why none of their games ever look current. And why they think all of this is okay while they charge full price.

LucasRuinedChildhood18h ago

As much as Bethesda deserve criticism, that's not really relevant to the reveal of Fallout 3 in 2007.

VenomUK15h ago

The default angle Kotaku always go for is to highlight the worst in gaming.

I would’ve focused on the creative.

gold_drake14h ago

there is no "but". the hell lol
you dont send death threats, period.