The Wii-exclusive Bust-A-Move Revolution has been given a new name. Its title is now Bust-A-Move Bash!.
Brought to us by Majesco, the game will ship early next year and features a unique control system as to be expected. The gameplay is more of the same fast paced puzzle-based antics with some added extras thrown in.
Puzzle Mode: 500 levels across five different areas.
Vs. Mode: Up to 8 players can go head-to-head simultaneously
Shooting Mode: A completely new mode where bubbles come flying at you from all angles.
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