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Bust-a-Move 4 busting out on PSN this spring

4:30 PM on 04.16.2014

Brittany Vincent

Former Associate Editor

Not a new entry in the rhythm game series, unfortunately

Ready to get your Bust-a-Move 4 on? Are you just aching for more Natsume games in your life? Do you just hate bubbles and want to pop them? Rejoice! The fourth Puzzle Bobble game is poised to hit the PlayStation Network this spring. You'll be able to play it via PS3, Vita, and even PSP, so separation anxiety will never be an issue.

Bust-a-Move 4 boasts eight different modes, including Puzzle, Versus, and Edit, where you can create up to 25 of your own stages. While this particular entry pretty much follows in all its predecessors' footsteps, it's the first Bust-a-Move game to introduce pulley and chain reactions, wrecking things for everyone with weights on both sides of each stage. Nasty stuff, man.

Pick up Bust-a-Move 4 this spring and let us know if it holds up. Yooooo-ho! Bust a stone cold groove. Er, move. I really wish this was another Bust A Groove. We'd be on the fourth by now, counting Dance Summit 2001. Life really isn't fair.


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