Reviews and Problems with Bubble Bobble Revolution
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Only true Bubble Bobble Devouts Will Understand Bubble Bobble Revolution
8 April 2012
Summary: A two-in-one game featuring the original Bubble Bobble and a new revamped one. The first Bubble Bobble game is the same as it was when it was first released. A very fun game where you trap you enemies in bubbles in over 100 levels. Unfortunately, there's no way to cheat and put a quarter in the other slot when you're 2 hits away from defeating Drunk in order to get the best ending.
Summary: My boyfriend won't stop playing this game! For those who played the original game on the Gamestop, the game is exactly the same. Objective: The objective of the games is to act as a cute dinosaur, blow bubbles and trap your enemies in bubbles. After trapping your enemies, you need to pop the bubbles and earn points from eating the food items that appear. The levels become harder as the game goes on.
Summary: Let me say that both versions are awful. The new and old. This has to be the worst game I have ever played. It is difficult to move in the game and really has no point. Don't waste your $$$. Glad I only paid $14.99!
Four Stars for the Classic, Negative One for the New
E. David Swan, Amazon
17 September 2007
Summary: The original Bubble Bobble is one of the all time great classic video games and for a game having passed the two decade mark it remains as enjoyable today as it did when it was first created in 1986. My girlfriend, who is totally not into video games, found Bubble Bobble to be perhaps the most enjoyable game she has ever played.
Summary: Bubble Bobble was one of the best games for the original Nintendo system. The game was simple--play as one of two cartoonish little dragons (or play 2 player mode with a friend) and guide them on their journey through the cave of mysteries (all 100 or so levels of it), using bubbles to entrap and then 'pop' enemies of various types and abilities. Like many NES games it was deceptively simple--easy to get the hang of but pretty tough to master--and insanely addictive.
The Fallen Angel with a broken Wing "I Cry Ou..., Amazon
24 October 2006
Summary: I just purchased Bubble Bobble Revolution and only purchased it to play the classic version which was well remade but the new version of Bubble Bobble totally blows. The designing of the case is terrible. Bubble Bobble don't look like fat dinosaurs that look like they swallowed a balloon. They were cute characters and the rest of the game is kinda cheezy and cheaply made. This is what happens when they recreate a game they personally aren't exactly interested in.
Codemasters has confirmed that the entire shipment of Bubble Bobble Revolution is defective.
19 October 2006
Summary: (The article below is one that I read on Advanced Media Network today, October 19th 2006.) If your old enough to remember the days of the NES you'll surely remember a little classic known as Bubble Bobble which featured two dragons along their journey through the Cave of Mystery as they attempt to rescue their beloved girlfriends.
Summary: The bug will be corrected in the reprint of the game coming out in a few weeks. Codemasters will provide info on how to get a free replacement of the cart. The entire NA print run has the glitch in it.