Bomberman 64: The Second Attack is a sequel to Bomberman 64. Released in 2000, The Second Attack remains a rare entry into the Bomberman series and is one of the most valuable Nintendo 64 games.
The gameplay is very similar to Bomberman 64, but with some minor differences. For example, instead of the circular explosion found in its predecessor, The Second Attack features the more traditional cross-shaped explosion found in most modern day Bomberman titles.
Among other features include element crystals to create elemental explosions, a shop to buy more heart containers and the introduction of Raise Pommy.
Due to its fairly late release, sub-par reviews and minimal advertising, Bomberman 64: The Second Attack can sell for nearly $120 loose and over $450 complete.