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Bomberman Hero
Bomberman Hero (NA)
Developer(s) Hudson Soft
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) Nintendo 64 platform icon Virtual Console (Wii) platform icon
Genre(s) Action
Rating(s)
ESRB  CERO  ACB

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Bomberman Hero is a video game for the Nintendo 64 that was released in mid-1998. It was developed by Hudson Soft, and published by Nintendo. The game is a sequel to the 1997 Nintendo 64 video game Bomberman 64, and has more levels, attacks, items, bosses, and better gameplay. Oddly, despite being the highlight of the series, the game does not include multiplayer.

This game was also released on the Wii Virtual Console service.

Plot

The game's plot has been noted as many to be similar to Star Wars, probably a reference.

Gameplay

The gameplay featured in Bomberman Hero differs greatly from the previous game in the series - Bomberman 64. Bomberman is now able to do more actions, including being able to jump and throw bombs farther, among other things.

Levels

Planet 1 - Bomber

Area 1 - Bomber Base

  • Battle Room
  • Hyper Room
  • Secret Room
  • Heavy Room
  • Sky Room

Area 2 - Sea of Trees

  • Blue Cave
  • Hole Lake
  • Red Cave
  • Big Cannon
  • Dark Wood
  • Dragon Road
  • Vs. Nitros

Area 3 - Peace Mountains

  • Clown Valley
  • Great Rock
  • Fog Route
  • Vs. Endol

Planet 2 - Deepwoods

Area 1 - Woods of Esuram

  • Groog Hills
  • Bubble Hole
  • Erars Lake
  • Waterway
  • Water Slider

Area 2 - Primus Castle

  • Rock'n Road
  • Water Pool
  • Millian Road
  • Warp Room
  • Dark Prison
  • Vs. Nitros

Area 3 - Clock Tower

  • Killer Gate
  • Spiral Tower
  • Snake Route
  • Vs. Baruda

Planet 3 - Magma

Area 1 - Lavana Volcano

  • Hades Crater
  • Magma Lake
  • Magma Dam
  • Crysta Hole
  • Emerald Tube

Area 2 - Death Pyramid

  • Death Temple
  • Death Road
  • Death Garden
  • Float Zone
  • Aqua Tank
  • Aqua Way
  • Vs. Nitros

Area 3 - Kanatia Shrine

  • Hard Coaster
  • Dark Maze
  • Mad Coaster
  • Move Stone
  • Vs. Bolban

Planet 4 - Freezezone

Area 1 - Louie's Jungle

  • Hopper Land
  • Junfalls
  • Freeze Lake
  • Cool Cave

Area 2 - Slush Mountains

  • Snowland
  • Storm Valley
  • Snow Circuit
  • Heaven Sky
  • Eye Snake

Area 3 - Mazone Dome

  • Vs. Nitros
  • Air Room
  • Zero G Room
  • Mirror Room
  • Vs. Natia

Planet 5 - Darkness

Area 1 - Garaden Star

  • Boss Room 1
  • Boss Room 2
  • Boss Room 3
  • Boss Room 4
  • Boss Room 5
  • Boss Room 6
  • Vs. Bagular

Differences from previous games

  • As aforementioned, Bomberman can now jump and throw bombs farther than he can in previous games.
  • Bomberman can swim underwater, hover in the air, and fly in the sky.
  • Many more enemies than in previous games.
  • There is now no battle mode.

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