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Summary: All I want/need to say is, I am a girl gamer, and Scotty is completely wrong, I hate these kind of games. If you want your girlfriend to like games (although I could never figure out why girls/women DONT play games) , buy one for her that actually has some thinking required (and romance, story, involving characters etc), like an RPG (FF10/FF7). Games like this will make her hate gaming even more. Of course, I could just be an extreme minority :P.
Summary: When I first heard there was a Bust-A-Move for the Playstation 2, I was fairly excited because I had never owned a BAM game and I knew what an addictive fun game it was. When I first saw the cover for it, I was immediately turned off at how unattractive it was. I figured, though, you can't judge a game by its case.
Summary: 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. Once three bubbles of the same color are touching, they pop, and you repeat this process until the field is clear of all bubbles (great fun!).