As the Nintendo Switch launch title I was most excited about, Super Bomberman R does not disappoint in terms of explosive action, but boy does it make me squint in tablet mode.
It’s been over twenty years since a Bomberman title has been released in Japanese arcades. So, I assume, Konami decided it was time for Bombergirl.
A new Zelda at launch is nice, but I’m much more excited about the idea of going online with my Nintendo Switch and blowing the hell out of seven other players on a grid-based playfield. It’s so good to see you again, Bomberman.
Plagued by the noxious emissions from Evil Inc.'s industrial complex, the citizens of Burnstar's Fairway Island have only one course of action: blow it all to hell. It's so very Bomberman of them.
You no longer have to imagine a world in which you can jump into a 1,000 player Bomberman match at any moment, for free, through your browser. Thanks to Bombermine, that world is now a reality. Judging by their sparse Twitter, the Bombermine team launched this addictive MMO game less than 48 hours ago and already the…
Growing up I was always excited to visit my cousins house for the summer, because my cousins Andrew and Anna had a Taiwan bought SNES with multi-tap and the holy grail of then multiplayer games, Super Bomberman. I can still remember the hours of frustration and anger over placing a self-destroying bomb and also the…
Ever wonder what it'd be like to play a massive 100-person game of Bomberman? Well Konami read your mind and released 100-Person Battle Bomberman late last month for smart phones in Japan.
You're surrounded by walls and loaded with bombs. In the distance an explosion erupts, sending bricks flying in every direction. Another explosion, this time closer. And another still, even closer than that. It's not just Bomberman—it's first-person Bomberman, and it's glorious.
Chinese studio Balanced Worlds, headed by some ex-Insomniac developers, is working on a game called Bomb Buddies. If you like Bomberman, it's aimed right at your face.
A pair of Team Fortress 2 modders have taken the game's bones, a bunch of angry Scottish men and the classic Hudson game Bomberman and turned it into something wonderful.
Because today is Friday, and because while we know the entire Kotaku community enjoys video games, we also know a few of you might also enjoy consuming alcohol with friends—we thought it would be a good idea to share a way for you to combine those interests.
When I think Bomberman, I think good, clean, wholesome fun. I don't think of a game where people tell me they'll "break my fucking head with a ratchet".
Old people play video games. By old, maybe that means sixty years old? Seventy? How about 99 years old.
Maybe it's bad timing or just bad luck. But there's a growing list of cancelled 3DS games. That's not good.
Explosives and destructible blocks have always played an important role in Minecraft, so it was only a matter of time before some blockheads recreated Hudson's classic multiplayer maze game Bomberman utilizing Mojang's building blocks. Let's blow some shit up!
Inspired by the 8-bit era of gaming, artist and animator Mike Scott created this astounding pixel music video for South African band Goldfish's song "We Come Together", riddled with references to classic video games. How many can you spot?
While most people would peg the beginning of the high definition era around the time of the PlayStation 2 (some games able to run in 1080i), here's one game that was running in HD nearly twenty years ago.
Game programmers today are hardcore. They always are, but in the past, they were a little more hardcore.