By Spencer . April 19, 2006 . 10:30am
This year Hudson has more than another Bomberman game on display. Sure the Bomberman Act Zero is on the list, but they have a few surprises too.
First is an unnamed “flight game” for the Nintendo Revolution. Take to the skies in a way never before experienced on any home console. Using the Revolution’s "Gesture System" built into their innovative controller, Hudson’s new Flight Game" allows total plane control as players pilot their planes through various acrobatic flight maneuvers ranging from sky artistry to bomb drops.
Bonk, the 16-bit caveman hero, is returning in a new mobile game called “Bonk Returns”. Also in the mobile division is Bob Marley Burnin. The game is based around soccer and has two different mini games to play. Or take on the Bob Marley trivia challenge and see how much you know about the reggae master.
Finally the classic Turbo Grafix 16 RPG series, Dungeon Explorer, is making a return to consoles. The game is a multiplayer action RPG for the Xbox 360. Players can jump on Xbox Live to tackle randomly generated maps. A PSP game version is also coming out based around the same dark fantasy world. Since Dungeon Explorer is being revived, we just might see the originals appear on the Revolution’s virtual console.