Mega Bomberman Reviews (Wii)
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Nintendo Life (Mar 23, 2009)
It goes without saying that if you're even the slightest bit a fan of the Bomberman series, you'll definitely want to have this game in your game library. It might cost you a little more due to it being an import title, but it's a small price to pay for what is one of the best multiplayer games in existence. Bomberman '94 feels as fresh now as it did the day it was released and is yet another outstanding Turbografx-16 Virtual Console release.
IGN (Apr 16, 2009)
So, to me, Bomberman '94's arrival on the Virtual Console might just be a case of a missed window of opportunity. It's still a great game, it's just unfortunate that it took this long to arrive -- it could have had a much bigger impact if it released a year or two earlier. As it is, the people who want to play Bomberman on their Wii have probably already settled for the '93 edition, or invested in Blast on WiiWare.
Eurogamer.net (UK) (Jul 26, 2009)
Fact is, every sane person loves Bomberman. It's a pure, compelling, balanced gaming concept. It's also well represented on the Virtual Console with Bomberman '93, and if you fancy a more updated take on the series then there's also Bomberman Blast on WiiWare. While I'd never turn Bomberman away if he turned up on my doorstep asking for a sandwich and a cuddle, there's a limit to how many times you need to pay for his company. A lovely game, then, but an inessential download.