Summary: Nostalgic game. This brings me back to my young teenage years many years ago. I have no dislikes for it what-so-ever. This is my childhood game. You can't compare it to anything else, it's the best bubble pop game in the series that natsume made in my personal opinion.
Summary: While not as good as the original Bust-A-Move for Super NES and 3DO It does add some new ideas to the gameplay. Although I did enjoy the linear non-branching path of the original The graphics seem somewhat outdated considering the graphics were better in Bust-A-Move (3DO), but it is arcade accurate.
Summary: This game is easy and fun to play. There is a certain amount of skill needed to advance through the game, but with practice anyone can advance throught the levels. I played Bust-A-Move about 10 years ago, and really enjoyed the game, day after day. So being able to find it in some form was great!!
Summary: In truth, my Sister had fallen in love with this game -not the fourth, but bust-a-move in general- when she had found it for N64. The Playstation one I have to say exceeded my expectations and hers too.
Bright Colourful and Cheerful Bubble Bursting Puzzle Game
26 September 2013
Excerpt: Bust-A-Move is a 2D puzzle game in the classic Tetris style format and is also based on the characters and world of the popular Bobble Bobble arcade game franchise. For those who remember or have ever played the classic arcade game of 1986 the original Bubble Bobble featured two small bubble blowing...
Pros: Bright and colourful simple to play and hard to master
Cons: Little different from the other games in the series, slightly repetitive music
Excerpt: I've followed the bust-a-move series from the very first one on the Neo Geo arcade system, although its real name is Puzzle Bobble, but hey a name change doesn't affect the gameplay. And the gameplay is the best thing about the whole series and in this fourth version has been honed to perfection.