Bombergirl Gets A Sexy Twist On The Bomberman Formula From Konami
(Last Updated On: February 10, 2017)

Over in Japan Konami has plans to release a new arcade cabinet for the upcoming Bombergirl, an action strategy game similar to the older Bomberman titles but with an extra ecchi twist.

According to Gematsu, players will be tempted not just to play Bombergirl but also watch others play the game as well. Why? Because the objective is to bomb your opponent’s base but in doing so you also strip them of their clothes… like in the image below.


The game will feature a cast of sexy femme fatales, mostly themed after other Konami games (for which a few were made by former Konami employee Hideo Kojima). This includes what looks like a mech-girl themed after Zone of the Enders, another chick in a sexy military getup not unlike Big Boss from Metal Gear Solid, and an obvious nod to the original Super Bomberman with a schoolgirl carrying a bomb with the old-school Bomberman face on it.


I have no idea who that magical girl in the bottom right hand corner is supposed to be.

Anyway, the game has the typical overhead, isometric view that the Bomberman games weer made famous for. The objective is to take out your opponents using some mad teamwork skills.

The environments aren’t like the typical Bomberman stages, though, and they’re a bit more open.


There’s no way this game is coming Stateside.

Sexy girls getting their clothes blown up? Way too much SJW-bait right there, and Konami doesn’t have the balls to stand up to them. The SJWs will see Bombergirl and rag on this game to kingdom come.

However, I can definitely see this game getting ported to home consoles in Japan and then eventually making its way overseas to other Asian territories, similar to what Koei Tecmo did with Dead or Alive Xtreme 3. Right now American media is far too overrun with SJWs, and a game like this would be pelted way too much before it even hit store shelves.

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