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Bomberman Land Goes Gold On Wii, Nintendo DS, and PSP

Hudson Entertainment’s Award-Winning Bomb Maker To Hit Retail Shelves January 29, 2008 for $29.99

REDWOOD CITY, Calif - January 4, 2008 - Hudson Entertainment, the North American publishing arm of Hudson Soft, today announced BOMBERMAN LAND for the WiiTM and PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) system, and BOMBERMAN LAND Touch! 2 for the Nintendo DSTM have gone to gold master. Published by Hudson and distributed in North America by Konami Digital Entertainment Inc., all three versions are planned to ship on January 29, 2008 for a SRP of $29.99 each.

BOMBERMAN LAND brings an exciting single player campaign element to the Bomberman property while holding true to the multiplayer mode that has made it so popular in the past. The series introduces a multitude of mini-games, many of which can be played in multiplayer mode. The PSP® and WiiTM versions feature 50 mini-games. While the WiiTM version is full of interactive games that utilize the Wii RemoteTM in various ways, the Nintendo DSTM version features over 40 types of mini-games that are played with the Stylus. In addition, the BOMBERMAN LAND series features a robust single-player Story Mode, where players can explore a fantasy land and solve quests and puzzles with the ultimate goal of restoring peace and tranquility to the beleaguered Bomberman world.

Best of all, players will find the classic multiplayer Bomberman experience that gamers know and love on each platform. The PSP® and Nintendo DSTM versions allow for shared play locally and up to 4 players globally. The WiiTM version features 6 different “Battle Modes” with 20 maps each for the ultimate party.

For more information on Hudson Entertainment, BOMBERMAN LAND, or BOMBERMAN LAND Touch! 2, please visit www.hudsonent.com.

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Date: January 5, 2008

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