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PS2 - Bomberman Hardball Box Art Front

Bomberman Hardball is divided into four games. Battle mode (the standard Bomberman game), is joined by tennis, golf and baseball games. At the center of all this is the Living mode, a character building feature in which the player can design a Bomberman for use in any of the battle modes. Battle Mode is the centerpiece of this and all other Bomberman games. This mode is essentially the standard Bomberman formula; in the game, players navigate grid-based mazes, planting bombs in an attempt to hit other players (while avoided being hit by a bomb themselves). There are several different variations of Battle Mode, although they all center around the standard Bomberman gameplay. Classic Battle: A standard deathmatch-type game. Star Battle: Collect the most stars. Crown Battle: Find the crown in the level to win the game. Point Battle: Earn the most points by killing opponents Replay: Watched game sessions saved to memory card.

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ReleasedJul 01, 2005
DeveloperHudson
PublisherUbisoft
Players1
Co-OpNo

Game Rarity

Average Price (USD) Rarity Popularity
$15.431000147

Game Availability

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Bomberman Hardball PS2 PAL *Complete* Very Good $30.03 2018-12-03 eBay .PS2.' | '.Bomberman Hardball.

Additional Information

In a departure from the usual puzzle-based bomb action gameplay inherent in the series, Hudson's latest take on Bomberman features four different games. Selecting from the seven different Bomberman characters included in the title, you can play through baseball, golf and tennis games, each with exhibition and tournament options. A new 'life' mode tied to the PlayStation 2 system clock provides a dynamic view of your character's day-to-day activities, and side challenges allow you to customize his or her appearance. Naturally, the traditional Bomberman game can be experienced through five different 'battle' modes for up to
four players. Known in Japan as Bomberman Battles.

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