Blast Zone! Tournament
That said, for the budget price, there could be room on your digital shelf for Blast Zone! Tournament. At its core, you can get mostly the same experience out of it. I don't know the reasons why you wouldn't just spring for the real thing, but I don't judge. So long as you are willing to get over the strange music and art choices, and can work around how they can adversely affect your play, you can absolutely get something from BZT.
Despite being a fun game, specially on the multiplayer mode, Blast Zone! Tournament does very little differently from its inspirations, choosing to basically copy what works on them, and considering what it brings of new features, its doesn't impress too much.
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With fast, frenetic gameplay and numerous modes, the student in Blast Zone! Tournament may have surpassed the master in Bomberman in gameplay if not visual design. Old-school Bomberman fans will enjoy the classic mechanics and the new modes, and newer fans will no doubt appreciate the online multiplayer and the expansive battles, but it’s hard to say whether the largely identical gameplay and poor presentation will convert any non-fans of the genre.
I would certainly recommend Blast Zone! Tournament to those who love to play games with friends, and I will be looking forward to playing it on my next games-with-friends night!!
Bears many of the hallmarks of the classic Bomberman, but while it boasts tons of content and an exciting BR mode, it still feels like a poor imitation.