The Jetters are a highly trained intergalactic police force for keeping unique items safe from the Hige-Hige bandits. Mighty, an expert Bomberman and the leader of the Jetters, disappears while on a mission. Dr. Ein accepts Mighty's younger brother, White Bomber, into the Jetters because they need a Bomberman for the team. White Bomber is clumsy and childish, but idolizes his older brother. White Bomber and the rest of the Jetters have many adventures, foiling Doctor Mechadoc and Mujoe's plans to steal one-of-a-kind objects, facing off against the Hige-Hige Bandits, and returning antiques to their rightful owners.

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Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2002-10-02

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Bomberman Jetters (ボンバーマン ジェッターズ, Bonbāman Jettāzu) is a video game for the Nintendo GameCube and PlayStation 2 systems; only the GameCube version was released in North America. It is an adaptation of the anime series Bomberman Jetters which was based on the Bomberman game series. This is the second Bomberman title licensed under Majesco Entertainment. It was released in Japan in 2002 and in North America in 2004. The PlayStation 2 version does not use cel-shaded graphics, while the North American GameCube version continues to use cel-shading, just like the previous game in the series, Bomberman Generation. The opening theme to the game uses footage from the Japanese opening to the Jetters anime series, but the Japanese theme song “Boku wa Gakeppuchi” was replaced with a rock instrumental in the North American version.

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Though based on the anime series of the same name, the “Jetters” game is more along the lines of a sequel to 2002's Bomberman Generation as a result of the similar gameplay, graphics, and characters (Bomberman and Max versus Mujoe and the Hige Hige Bandits). Bomberman is only referred to as “Bomberman” once in the game (during the opening anime sequence); throughout the rest of the game he is referred to as “White Bomber” and is never called “Shirobon”.

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