Summary: Well, I've played the Bust a Move series since back in the days of SNES and I loved it. Everyone loves a good puzzle game once in a while. Now THIS game is in 3D, O_o I mean wow it was cool! You don't know how many times I tried catching the lil creatures that popped out of the bubbles and into the background!
Summary: This a rehash of a game that has already been rehashed around 10 times, with little change to the core gameplay. This is itself would not be unforgivable, even if it were something as lazy as Bust A Move 2 on the 3ds (because hey, Bust A Move 2 was an awesome game). But somehow, a full priced game released in 2011 has far, far less features, a single player that is a fraction of the length, pointless gameplay mechanics that were clearly not tested (A Lv3 super attack...
Not for your super avid beat all the levels gamer.
MonkeyGirl "Monkey", Amazon
18 May 2012
Summary: If you are interested in puzzle games and you used to play Bust-A-Move on the N64, you'll enjoy this game. If you need a game to bring you off your adrenaline high from playing another game like Kid Icarus: Uprising, this is PERFECT. It is a very slow-paced and easy game.
Summary: I originally purchased this game around the holidays for $5 as a title I thought I would probably open up at some point when I was bored, just to play for a day or so and then probably sell. What initially was a title I was less than excited about, turned out to be a very addictive and fun game that I have played for about 15 hours now. I played through the Puzzle Mode first and beat that in about 2.5 hours.