Summary: Much like Bubble Bobble, this game is highly entertaining. Although the similarities stop there, this game is wonderful. The quirks of the characters when they lose or win is amusing. There are different levels of difficulty and there's a story theme in which you can watch the plight of Princess Snown and Bub and Bob must save the planets. Quite a fun game. I could (and have) played for hours!
Summary: Definitely a lot more complete and well-rounded than Bust-A- Move DS (although I do kinda miss the sling shot, lol) with heaps of modes & beautiful, cheery art design. But when you get down to it, despite the minor tweaks here & there, it's basically Bust-A-Move/Puzzle Bobble. And depending on your reaction to that sentence you know already whether you're interested or not.. Myself, I love it!
Summary: I have been a fan of Bust-a move Waaaay back to the original Bubble Bobble. This original new version w/ B-a-M characters is highly addictive. I went through 4/5th of the story until I realized I had to retreive a Cosmo Bubble on ever level if I wanted to unlock items in the shop. So, I had to go back I figure a way to get those cosmo Bubbles. I found it extremely tough and U must B cunning to get those bubbles. There, also, are other versions set in this game alone.
Summary: I bought this game hoping it would be just like the old arcades but it isn't. The concept is obviously still the same, bust bubbles by combining three or more of one kind before the screen fills up and reaches you. A few new modes are included but it fails to re-create the familiar feeling i was hoping for when playing. Overall a good game but nothing special..
Summary: What can I say if you played any of the other games, its pretty much the same thing in terms of game play with added bonuses like customizing your bubbles and bubble cannon as well as different modes that are a lot of fun(one unique mode is when you can only use a certain amount of bubbles for a puzzle). The story mode has some interesting boss battles as well.