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Bakukyuu_Renpatsu!!_Super_B-Daman Review

 Made Hudson was in the past a very famous firm for making retro videogames they also one of the small amount of firms allowed to create Super Mario games without Nintendo owning the firm which is impressive fact to know about them game wise.

Bakukyuu Renpatsu!! Super B-Daman

Graphic in this Japanese game looks incredible as shown here for a 16 Bit system to produce such amazing quality is very decent to see or experience as a whole.

Like storyline based game copied of like Bomberman but in a more storyline or puzzled themed gameplay the idea I suspect was inspired by Bomberman and also 1990s style of animation or manga for how the people look in the gameplay it would had being a lot of fun for people to play during the time period and I still think it could be a good game to play even in the modern world we live in and it does have a decent amount of levels in the game which again is another very nice feature installed here.

Bakukyuu Renpatsu!! Super B-Daman early showing puzzle for the bakukyuu to have to solve to complete the level on wooden floor with  Bomberman characters in the standard around the play area


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