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Bombing Bastards Heading To North American Wii U eShop On July 3

Sanuk Games has confirmed its upcoming game Bombing Bastards will arrive on the Wii U eShop next week. Taking heavy inspiration from Bomberman, Bombing Bastards features 30 fiendish mazes to blast enemies within, plus you can embark on an epic solo journey or team up with bombs in multiplayer mode. Wii U owners can pick up the title on July 3 for $6.99 (USD), $7.49 (CAD) or 89 (MXN).

For European Wii U owners who can’t wait to set explosion traps for enemies, you’ll have to wait a little longer with Sanuk Games saying it hopes to release Bombing Bastards “a couple of weeks later”. You can check out gameplay for the explosive title in the trailer above.

23 thoughts on “Bombing Bastards Heading To North American Wii U eShop On July 3”

  1. Nintendo Commander Quadraxis

    I’ll probably get this to get my Bomberman fix since they’ll never do a Bomberman game ever again it seems…

  2. Wow, surprised this name got cleared by Nintendo. Are minor swear words like “bastards” now okay for children?

    1. Nintendo Commander Quadraxis

      To be honest, the word “bastard” is a totally legitamate word just as Bitch is…

      1. Bitch is not appropriate for children either, and usage of that context outside of a dog show is obsolete. The word means something else now. Tell me one animated movie made in the US which uses the word bitch or bastard.

        1. Nintendo Commander Quadraxis

          I don’t live in the US but if ther eis one thing they should do is to ban guns from children or rather entirely instead of focusing on idiotic unharmful things like “foul language” or a little “nudity”…

          The Simpsons and Family Guy maybe?…


  3. Tallon Ridley XIII: Kalas

    So they are keeping that name for the US release!? lmao I’ll definitely have to get this game for my Wii U just for the shits & giggles of the name itself. >.< The cheap price tag is just a nice bonus.

  4. Before I opened the article, I thought “Oh, this would be pretty sweet if it’s a Bomberman clone of some sort.”
    Since there probably won’t be another Bomberman game ever again, I’m definitely going to give this a shot.

  5. Clearly the people commenting on this post do not have any children of their own. Trust me it changes your opinion.

    1. I honestly don’t give a shit. My point is the title will be right there on the eshop, and some parents if not many will be pissed since Nintendo is supposedly family friendly.

      1. Tallon Ridley XIII: Kalas

        Let them cry. I’m personally tired of pissy overprotective parents acting like one little word is going to send them spiraling into a bad lifestyle. It’s the parents job to tell their child not to use such words in polite conversations. I have a son & I’m going to be an actual parent & parent my child. Too many parents are letting television & schools parent their children when they should be doing that.

  6. With a title like that, I’m surprised Nintendo would ever allow it in North America. There was a game called “Bastard” before, but that was a Super Famicom game.

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