Excerpt: Bust A Move seems to have been around since the dawn of time, but the series is still going strong. The Nintendo DS is the latest console to receive a version of the game in the form of the ingeniously titled Bust A Move DS. While the game obviously makes use of the handheld's unique touch screen, the game as a whole is about the same as it's ever been.
Excerpt: There’s something strange lurking deep within the gaming industry. It does not conform to any other standards set by its contemporaries, nor does it share the same kind of fame as the countless RPGs, action, adventure, platformer, and fighting games that have flooded the market. There are hardly any characters involved, let alone a meaningful plot. There are no fancy cinematics to view or massive movesets to memorize.
Excerpt: Ahh Bust-A-Move. Quite possibly the most popular Tetris clone ever made. Now after countless iterations the game finally makes a huge splash on the DS platform, featuring one of the best examples of old gameplay being reinvigorated with the new DS touch technology.
Summary: Es gibt einfach Spieleklassiker, derer wird man nie madig sie erneut anzufassen. Besonders im Genre von Geschicklichkeitsspielen trifft man dieses Phänomen häufig an. Zig Millionen spielen heute noch immer Tetris, aber in diesem Test wenden wir uns den wahrscheinlich knuddeligsten Drachen seit Erfindung der Puzzler zu. Taito schickt uns abermals in die Welt von Bust-A-Move aka Puzzle Bobble. Lauer Aufguss oder Remake mit Neuerungen?