Excerpt: Bust-a-move Deluxe has nothing to do with Young MC. That was the WMG’s first disappointment with this Playstation Portable (PSP) video game disc. Players shoot colored orbs up towards a mass of them. Once three or more of the same color are connected by the player then they fall down. The fun comes into play when more than just that one color drops. Did the WMG mention the ceiling is slowly falling down towards the floor?
Excerpt: If there’s one stereotype that the PSP
consistently fails to break free of, it would have to be the one about
how its library consists of little more than ports, sequels, remakes
and compilation games.
What? Were you expecting me to say this game breaks that stereotype? It
obviously doesn’t – I mean, this is another sequel in the well-known Bust-A-Move Bust-A-Move Deluxe BAM
Now for anyone whose experience with classic puzzle games goes beyond Tetris Bust-A-Move Bubble...