Bomberman: Act Zero is a 2006 video game for the Xbox 360. This game was notable for being a radical departure for the series in terms of character design. Instead of the familiar depiction of White Bomber, the characters in this game resemble mechanical cyborgs based on the original game's boxart. The player can choose between a male or female Bomberman, as well as his or her armor color.
This storyline is not present in some versions, such as Bomberman Party Edition, and this setting was largely abandoned but used for connections with Hudson's Lode Runner games and Bomberman: Act Zero. In the Bomberman for the TurboGrafx-16, Bomberman is used as a prototype for further Bomberman robots by Dr. Mitsumori.
Bomberman Act Zero is called one of the worst games for the Xbox 360. The game is often criticized for its long load times. The game also has horrible hit detection. Bomberman Act Zero strays away from the rest of the Bomberman series by having a dark futuristic environments. The game does not feature a local multiplayer, in which individuals can play against a friend by plugging in another.
Character Description Bomberman Zero comes from the horrid remake for the Xbox 360 known as Bomberman: Act Zero. In the game, you play as Bomberman (or Bomberwoman) whose a slave to sadistic, latitorial game broadcast across the entire world, much like the Hunger Games.
Creator Backlash: Hudson Entertainment has all but disowned Act Zero., Old Shame: Bomberman: Act Zero was Hudson Soft's attempt to re-imagine their iconic character for Xbox 360 audiences. It was slammed by critics and players for being too Dark and Edgy compared to its older games, along with a host of other problems. Hudson's US branch attempted to defend criticism of the game at first, but.Learn More
The Xbox 360 is a home console developed by Microsoft. Available Games Bomberman: Act Zero, Bomberman Live, Bomberman Live: Battlefest.Learn More
The quintessential gritty reboot, in which a redesigned Bomberman (this time a cyborg) must survive 99 rounds of enemies to gain freedom from a dark underground facility. It was met with scathing reception, and was named the Flat-Out Worst Game of 2006 by Gamespot.Learn More
Having said that, online mode is the Bomberman Act Zero, when played online, is by far the most fun online bomberman game in recent memory. Having said that, online mode is the only enjoyable mode. With a campaign which forces you to repeat the exact same loading screen on the same map up to 100 times and a missing local multiplayer, this unfortunately is also the most lackluster Bomberman.Learn More
Bomberman Act Zero as the user suggestion for this edition of First 15 Minutes of Terrible Games! How bad can a remake of classic Bomberman be? Find out insi.Learn More
Full list of all 50 Bomberman: Act Zero achievements worth 1,000 gamerscore. It takes around 200 hours to unlock all of the achievements on Xbox 360.Learn More
In summary, Bomberman: Act Zero is a game for those that have a bad game fetish. It is probably going to go down as the ugliest title of this console generation. 1.0. Showing all 9 comments. mb im.Learn More
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.Learn More
Bomberman Act: Zero. Act: Zero loses all the charm of the Bomberman series by recasting our lovable little bomber as a gloomy human test subject.Learn More
One could certainly argue that giving fans just another Bomberman rehash would have been just as bad, but I tend to disagree. I believe that had Hudson Soft created Act Zero with its multiplayer mode on one screen (at least as another option) and allowed us to at least revert entirely to the old game if we wanted to do so complete with ALL of the old power-ups, Act Zero would have been a must.Learn More
And Act: Zero is the biggest misstep of all more of a misleap, really. Where, exactly, is the logic in a full-price, single-player-only Bomberman game that requires an Internet connection for multiplayer and saving stats? (It doesn't even support single-screen multiplayer!). The core game is still enjoyable, but no attempt was made to flesh out the singleplayer mode. And the camera is either.Learn More
Furry fetishes should never be a central part to the plot of any game ever! 2.Bomberman Act: Zero. This deserves to be this high. Take the cute Bomberman and turn him into a generic cyborg guy. Even the developers knew this game sucked. Craig discusses the strange plot. Terrible plot, power ups, and the same map over and over. It is as if they tried to make it more generic. Craig recaps the.Learn More