BEST BUST-A-MOVE EVER!
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Yo, I'm Jamesman, here to talk about the recently released, BUST-A-MOVE BASH!! In my opinion, it is by far, THE BEST PUZZLE GAME OF ALL TIME. It has better graphics, better music, and better characters. The game also sees the return of Bub & Bob as playable characters (due to their absence from the Super Bust-A-Move Series' Playable Chracter List which almost made me quit playing B-A-B games).
There are 500 Puzzles in the game, with each world having 50 in each, you do the math. The game also contains an awesome shooting mode (which is hard at first). You are to shoot the bubbles that match the pointer's color, as different colored bubbles come in, you need to change the pointer's color with the control pad.
Here's one of the other cool things about the game. The game has 10 Playable Characters. 8 which you begin with, while 2 others need to be unlocked (The 1st character was easy to get, if you want to know how to get him, feel free to post a post on the Bust-A-Move Bash Page here at Wii's World that says so).
The game's controls are a little more complicated then past B-A-B games, but you get used to it after a while. You can either hold the Wii Remote like a Gun, or up like a Baton. There are new "Special" Bubbles in the game. Some are ones from other games like the Fire Bubble or Shining Bubble. There are also new ones like Slip Bubbles.
The game also features a brand-new type of Multiplayer mode. Instead of fighting in separate playing areas, you'll go against your opponent in one huge area. The characters are displayed on your bubble launcher instead of on the playing area. And there will be ten times more bubbles and mayhem then before B-A-B Bash. Trust me, this game is a must get for all Puzzle Game Fans like me. If you buy this, you made the right choice! Well, that's all for now. Sayonara!
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