Super Bust-A-Move - Playstation 2
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- Unlock secret characters, rescue captives and more!
- Match bubble -breaking wits with a friend in 2 player Battle mode.
- Conveyor belts challenge your Super BAM skills.
- Mind blowing, puzzle-packed addictive game play!
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...If you have a girlfriend and you want her to play video games with you or just accept your game playing a bit more...buy this game!!! It's addictive and cute and girls seem to love it. And the best thing is that I love it, too! Sure, the graphics may be a little cartoon-like and cutesy, but it adds to the game. There are plenty of levels to work your way through. There are eight playable characters to choose from , plus two unlockable characters. In the one-player story mode, the difference in the characters doesn't come out too much, except in their individual animations and their different, lame endings, but in two-player and one-player challenge mode, the differences are a bigger deal. According to which character you choose, different patterns of bubbles will fly onto your opponent's screen.
So what more could you ask for? Multiple play modes? Got 'em. Different, cool characters? Got 'em. Replay value? Got it. A game your girlfriend will actually play if she dislikes video games? GOT IT!
The game is a puzzle game where you shoot bubbles up to the top of the screen where a mass of other bubbles hang. If you line up at least three bubble of the same color - they pop! And depending on what is hanging from them/positioned around - you may only knock off the ones you lined up, or you may knock out half the screen. Throw into the mix various special bubbles ("knock out all bubbles of this color on the screen", cannon-ball bubbles, etc), and you get a very cool game that will keep you at the screen for hours. Add into this a couple 2-player modes with adjustable difficulty levels and an array of characters that have definite strengths/weaknesses against one another, and it makes a great party game.
Trust me, you will lose days on this game in a BAM-daze. I've had friends miss morning meetings because of a two-hour BAM session that went on weeeeeeell past the previously agreed upon time.
Only one caveat, if you have any of the BAM games for PS1, the only advantage to getting this game is slightly slicker look and colors - very very little in the game has changed. But if you don't have a BAM game in your collection, this is a MUST OWN! IGNORE THE (Charles-Manson-esque) BABY! :) You will not be disappointed.
Colorful, eye-catching, and creative. The cute graphics easily put me in a good mood, though the moving backgrounds during gameplay can be a little bit distracting. Overall, I give the graphics an A+.
Cute and funny, each with their own unique bubble pattern. I was disappointed in the selection of characters upon first purchasing the game, since I'd played a version of the game with cooler looking human characters. But over time I began to become attached to characters such as the mysterious acting "Miss T", and the adorable little kitty "Mog". The only down side to the characters is that they will occasionally be distracting, or they will block certain parts of the screen. I give the characters an A-.
The game is very simple. You just tap the arrow keys to position your arrow, then press "X" to shoot the bubble. The bubbles are different colors, and your goal is to get three or more of the same color together, which will make them blow up. The slightly harder part is keeping the bubbles from passing the line. It may sound complicated, but that's because I can't explain it very well. It is actually the easiest Play Station game I have ever played. But it is also addicting. I recommend playing it when you want something simple but fun. I give gameplay an A.
There are few options of gameplay. But the few options are fun, especially "Chain Reaction" in the two player mode. I give the options of gameplay a B+.
An enjoyable game. I recommend it to kids, and adults (Considering that when we first bought it, my parents were addicted).
The main difference is that you get a new set of characters and the graphics is tweaked a bit(but not by much). If you've played any previous versions, then you know what to expect.
The gameplay is still fun and offers up that classic Bust-A-Move feel. It would have been nice to see some true upgrades but otherwise this is still a solid puzzle game that you can play against the computer or a human player.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Thanks for the game wife is happy I could not fine the game any where thanks a lotPublished 17 months ago by bruce leroy erickson
another great addition to the bust a move series of games, this one on the ps2. Its got some great 2 player modes if thats what your looking for (which is why I bought it) Overall... Read morePublished 18 months ago by J
I've been playing this game for years and recently my original disc went missing. Not only do I enjoy the puzzles, but it has great sentimental value. Read morePublished on September 6, 2013 by jamie107
A review for the vets. Bub & Bob take a back seat to some new unknown characters in this version, but less importantly the gameplay remains the same. Read morePublished on August 6, 2013 by Slayers
I played this since I got it, until I beat it at least 20 times. Not only can you rock this against the computer, you can put in a code and unlock even MORE levels and 2 more... Read morePublished on July 20, 2011 by Zuulspaceman
Love the game! It was sent out faster than expected and is in perfect condition! Thanks so much! Hope to do business again!Published on August 23, 2010 by Kalepa
As an avid Bust-A-Move player I was wondering what the best version is. Well I haven't played all of them, since there's like a million, but I have played this one extensively and... Read morePublished on September 11, 2008 by G. Taylor
This game is a lot of fun, it is not as technical as most of the new games on the market but the simplicity is part of what I like about it.Published on May 24, 2008 by tesrider1