Amazing Bomberman is described as a colourful, music-infused reimagining of the classic series.
The game will launch with seven different playable stages and “features original music composed by artists from Japan and abroad.”
Amazing Bomberman | Teaser Trailer
Stages in Amazing Bomberman will change to match the music, however, it’s unclear if players will be able to influence this, or choose which music is played on each stage.
“The bomb placement and explosion sounds change with the songs, and the battle time also changes depending on the song,” Konami said. “When the song gets exciting, blocks will drop, and items may appear when you break them with bombs.”
The game also supports online battles for up to 4 players, and a mission mode with customization rewards.
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In addition to classic action-maze modes, Super Bomberman R 2 will feature a new Castle Mode, according to its publisher.
Castle Mode is a 16-player mode where up to 15 players try to blast their way to treasure chests while a single player tries to stop them.
The reveal of Super Bomberman R 2, which will be released next year, follow’s Konami’s announcement earlier this month that its free-to-play title Super Bomberman R Online will end on December 1.