Lets Play Bomberman Hero (Part 1)





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Published on Dec 4, 2009

Played on my limited edition metallic orange Nintendo 64 and recorded the game footage using the Adaptec GameBridge AVC-1400 external capture card. I'm planning to sell this device next year in order to get a better one that supports Vista or Windows 7.

You guys didn't know I like to play Bomberman games, right? Well I had this game since 2004 and one day the dang thing got stolen along with Mario Kart 64, Super Mario 64, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time as well. I managed to order spares of Bomberman Hero and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time from Amazon.com. I bought Bomberman Hero for $2.99 on there and that was a very cheap price! That wasn't the only gifts I got. I bought Pokemon Crystal, Pokemon Stadium 2, another Game Cube Game Boy Player CD and I reserved my copy of Pokemon Heart Gold.

Well, nostalgia finally has torn me to shreds because this is indeed one of my favorite games among Mario, Metrroid, Kirby, Legend of Zelda and the Pokemon series. I don't like Natia and Nitros.

Let me teach you a few things about this game:

People have been asking the following question: "How in the *censored* did you get more life bars?

A: You need to collect 200 crystals to gain more life bars but be warned! If you turn off the game, they will disappear!

Q: What does that little flame icon do?
A: That raises the blast radius up one level. Level 4 blasts are ultra powerful. The bomb icons help Bomberman speed up the process of chucking more bombs at all once.

Q: There is a secret level that I am not able to get to. How do I get there?
A: There are levels with two different exits. Lets take a look at the example that I am about to mention. The "Hyper Room" has two different exits. If you get the card key and exit the red door, it will take you to the "Secret Room". If you take the exit on the right side (the gray one), you will be taken to the "Heavy Room." Keep and eye out for these levels that have two exits.

Q: I see a purple, circular shaped atom. What are those?
A: Those are Adok Bombs. There are 24 of these hidden in four of the planets. I am sort of shocked that there was a hidden secret to this and I have only defeated Bagular five years ago. You can access the sixth planet called Gossick and the Mad Bomber will be your final fight. I'm not sure if you do need all 5's in each levels and the 24 Adok Bombs to get to Planet #6: Gossick.

Q: Bolban is to hard to beat!
A: The diamond on the middle of it's head is the only way to damage that enemy.


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