History Videogame / Bomberman

15th Feb '17 5:06:57 PM MissConception
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* OurMonstersAreWeird: The majority of the franchise' monsters don't make any biological sense. The HIGE HIGE Bandits might be the most normal enemy they've had.

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* OurMonstersAreWeird: The majority of the franchise' monsters don't make any biological sense. The HIGE HIGE Hige Hige Bandits might be the most normal enemy they've had.
13th Feb '17 8:18:13 AM MissConception
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* BrainInAJar: [[spoiler:{{B|igBad}}agular]] at the end of ''Super Bomberman 3''. He continues like this in ''Super Bomberman 4''. [[spoiler:He's shown getting a new body in ''Bomberman Hero''.]]

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* BrainInAJar: [[spoiler:{{B|igBad}}agular]] [[spoiler:{{B|igBad}}uggler]] at the end of ''Super Bomberman 3''. He continues like this in ''Super Bomberman 4''. [[spoiler:He's shown getting a new body in ''Bomberman Hero''.]]
13th Feb '17 8:17:27 AM MissConception
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** Bagular: Darth Vader

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** Bagular: Buggler: Darth Vader



* CombiningMecha: In ''Super Bomberman 3'', the Five Dastardly Bombers enter into/become a large mecha for Bagular to ride after entering a vortex.

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* CombiningMecha: In ''Super Bomberman 3'', the Five Dastardly Bombers enter into/become a large mecha for Bagular Buggler to ride after entering a vortex.



* EvilLaugh: Bagular in ''Hero'', Rukifellth and Zoniha in ''The Second Attack!'', [[spoiler:Sirius]] in ''Bomberman 64''.

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* EvilLaugh: Bagular Buggler in ''Hero'', Rukifellth and Zoniha in ''The Second Attack!'', [[spoiler:Sirius]] in ''Bomberman 64''.



* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Buglear/Bagulaa/Bugler/Buglar/Buggler/Bugglar/Burglar/Bagular, the recurring BigBad. It seemed to have settled on the last one, but ''Super Bomberman R'' recently went with Buggler.

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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Buglear/Bagulaa/Bugler/Buglar/Buggler/Bugglar/Burglar/Bagular, the recurring BigBad. It seemed to have settled on the last one, one in ''Bomberman Hero'' and ''Bomberman Portable'', but ''Super Bomberman R'' recently went with back to Buggler.
13th Feb '17 8:14:12 AM MissConception
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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Buglear/Bagulaa/Bugler/Buglar/Buggler/Bugglar/Burglar/Bagular, the recurring BigBad. It seems to have settled on the last one, at least for now.

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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Buglear/Bagulaa/Bugler/Buglar/Buggler/Bugglar/Burglar/Bagular, the recurring BigBad. It seems seemed to have settled on the last one, at least for now.but ''Super Bomberman R'' recently went with Buggler.
12th Feb '17 7:53:36 AM MissConception
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* PoorlyDisguisedPilot[=/=]FullyAbsorbedFinale - kinda... more of a Very Well Disguised And Absorbed Prequel. At the end of the original ''Bomberman'', he becomes human -- particularly the protagonist from ''Lode Runner''.

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* PoorlyDisguisedPilot[=/=]FullyAbsorbedFinale - kinda... more PoorlyDisguisedPilot[=/=]FullyAbsorbedFinale: Kinda... More of a Very Well Disguised And & Absorbed Prequel. At the end of the original ''Bomberman'', he becomes human -- particularly the protagonist from ''Lode Runner''.
11th Feb '17 10:16:55 AM MissConception
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* ''[[VideoGame/BombermanPanicBomber Bomberman: Panic Bomber]]'' (1994) - PC Engine Super CD

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* ''[[VideoGame/BombermanPanicBomber ''[[VideoGame/PanicBomber Bomberman: Panic Bomber]]'' (1994) - PC Engine Super CD
11th Feb '17 8:44:12 AM MorningStar1337
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* ''Bombergirl'' (2017) - Arcade (Japan only)



* CharacterNameAndTheNounPhrase: ''Eric and the Floaters'', an alternate localized title for the UsefulNotes/{{MSX}} and UsefulNotes/ZXSpectrum versions of ''Bomber Man''. Thank goodness this name didn't catch on; amongst other things, it would have meant that the hero's name is "Eric", which is far less cool than "Bomberman". And the "floaters" are presumably the balloon enemies, but just try and NOT think of the potential toilet humor.

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* CharacterNameAndTheNounPhrase: ''Eric and the Floaters'', an alternate localized title for the UsefulNotes/{{MSX}} and UsefulNotes/ZXSpectrum versions of ''Bomber Man''. Thank goodness this name didn't catch on; amongst other things, it would have meant that the hero's name is "Eric", which is far less cool than "Bomberman". And the "floaters" are presumably the balloon enemies, but just try and NOT think of the potential toilet humor.
10th Feb '17 7:31:46 PM MissConception
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* ''VideoGame/SuperBomberman series'' (1993 - 1997) - SNES

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* ''VideoGame/SuperBomberman series'' ''VideoGame/SuperBomberman'' series (1993 - 1997) - SNES



* ''VideoGame/BombermanGB series'' (1994 - 1996) - Game Boy[[note]]The first game in the series was released outside Japan as ''VideoGame/{{Wario}} Blast: Featuring Bomberman!''[[/note]]

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* ''VideoGame/BombermanGB series'' ''VideoGame/BombermanGB'' series (1994 - 1996) - Game Boy[[note]]The first game in the series was released outside Japan as ''VideoGame/{{Wario}} Blast: Featuring Bomberman!''[[/note]]
10th Feb '17 6:58:14 PM MissConception
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Since its creation by HudsonSoft back in the mid-1980s, it's become almost synonymous with multiplayer madness, as up to four, eight, or even TEN (''Saturn Bomberman'') players can compete against each other and blow each other up. The Bomber's [[SeriesFranchise legacy]] ([[IThoughtItMeant not]] [[VideoGame/MegaManClassic the Blue one, BTW]]) lives on even to this day, as his games have been ported to almost every platform imaginable.

HudsonSoft was bought out by {{Konami}}, but Bomberman games continue to be produced.

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Since its creation by HudsonSoft Creator/HudsonSoft back in the mid-1980s, it's become almost synonymous with multiplayer madness, as up to four, eight, or even TEN (''Saturn Bomberman'') players can compete against each other and blow each other up. The Bomber's bomber's [[SeriesFranchise legacy]] ([[IThoughtItMeant not]] [[VideoGame/MegaManClassic the Blue one, BTW]]) that one]]) lives on even to this day, as his games have been ported to almost every platform imaginable.

HudsonSoft Hudson Soft was bought out by {{Konami}}, Creator/{{Konami}}, but Bomberman ''Bomberman'' games continue to be produced.
10th Feb '17 6:39:38 PM MissConception
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** PlayingWithFire: Baelfael, Bomberman's bombs' basic element.
** AnIcePerson: Bhemos, the Ice Bombs.
** MakingASplash: Bomber Mermaid, the Water Bombs.
** BlowYouAway: Ashtarth, the Wind Bombs.
** ShockAndAwe: Zhael, Thunder Bomber, the Thunder Bombs, and MAX's bombs.

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** PlayingWithFire: Baelfael, Bomberman's bombs' basic element.
usual Fire Bombs, and Napalm/Navarm Bombs.
** AnIcePerson: Bhemos, Behemos, the Ice Bombs.
** MakingASplash: Bomber Mermaid, the Water Aqua Bombs.
** BlowYouAway: Ashtarth, the Wind Hurricane/Wind Bombs.
** ShockAndAwe: Zhael, Thunder Bomber, the Thunder Lightning Bombs, and MAX's bombs.



** LightEmUp[=/=]HolyHandGrenade: Zoniha, [[spoiler:Mihaele!Lilith, The Angel of Light and Shadow,]] the Light Bombs.
** CastingAShadow: [[spoiler:Regulus/]]Bulzeeb uses both solidified shadows and [[GravityMaster the gravity type]].

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** LightEmUp[=/=]HolyHandGrenade: Zoniha, [[spoiler:Mihaele!Lilith, The Angel of Light and Shadow,]] the Light Mute/Light Bombs.
** CastingAShadow: [[spoiler:Regulus/]]Bulzeeb uses both solidified shadows and the [[GravityMaster the gravity type]].Gravity Bombs]].
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