Summary: I've played almost every version of bust a move and this one is just ok. It has a party mode that is fun for a few minutes if you play with lots of people. the single player mode is fun, but the weird control makes it less fun to play than other versions.
Summary: My mom and I love this game. Though the graphics may not be the best, but the game is addicting. You can select different levels and there are variations of the game that you can choose. It is lots of fun for all ages.
Summary: I was a little hesitant to buy this game. I wasn't sure how the Wiimote would work but the controls are actually fantastic. There are hundreds of levels, and even then the replay ability is great since you won't remember every level. The downfall of this game is the multiplayer option. You can have up to 8 people playing, but what's the point? The great part about the previous incarnations of this game (and games like it) is the the split screen versus.
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in t..., Amazon
10 May 2012
Summary: Bust-A-Move Bash! for the Wii takes a classic bubble-bursting arcade game and brings it to the Wii. How much you love it depends how hooked you are to this style of gameplay. If you've played games on any platform you've probably come across this style of gameplay. It is found everywhere. There are rows of colored bubbles on the top of the screen. You have a bubble launcher on the bottom part of the screen.
Summary: Its just a game that tests you in ways but isn't too hard that a beginner can't play through it. It has a ton of levels and each gets harder as you go. If you like simple games to play that aren't too simple that they are boring, you will like this game. Its more fun then tetris for sure.