Excerpt: Match up bubbles by colour, get three or more together and pop - they'll disappear. It's a simple concept with equally simple graphics, as you would expect for a game that was released a few years ago now.
Summary: Well what can you say.. This game is Super! Very addictive. Some people will have a moan about the graphics, i think they are simple but great.. some people will moan about the "now loading", its not as long as some games..and well worth the SHORT wait! All in all this game very playable.
Summary: This game is terrible. How people like it i just don't know. I own all the past versions on my Playstation 1 and they are all so much better then this new one. Super Bust A Move takes ages to load. Why? The graphics are like cartoons. The mode against the computer only goes up to ten levels.
Summary: Like most PS2 owners I have an area set aside for "blockbuster" titles such as Tekken Tag Tournament, Gran Turismo 3, Grand Theft Auto III, Smuggler's Run, Time Crisis 2 -- you name it, it's gathering dust somewhere on my shelf.
Excerpt: Such simple premises have often been the most entertaining n the world of video gaming. The finest example remains Tetris, never has dropping blocks been so much fun, and that game has been released on just about every PC, console and mobile phone ever!
Excerpt: A puzzler developed by Taito Corporation and published by Acclaim Entertainment. You launch randomly colored balls from the bottom of the field in an attempt to attach them to bubbles of the same color. This may seem to you like any other BAM game, and it has to be said that yes, it is.
Excerpt: WARNING Super Bust A Move is highly addictive. So be warned. Although you might find it hard to spot differences between this and any other Bust A Move game it is a great classic for the PS2. This game can be picked up for different prices at different shops, so don’t pay above £25.