Bust-A-Move 4

  • Publisher: Acclaim
  • Release Date: May 31, 2000
  • Also On: PC

Generally favorable reviews - based on 14 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 10 out of 14
  2. Negative: 0 out of 14
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  1. 88
    The BAM series has always been a time-sucker, and this is no exception.
  2. It is, however, exactly what most puzzle fans are looking for: a fun, value-packed addictive experience that looks as good as perhaps a puzzle game can or should.
  3. Fans of the series will applaud this, but most who have already seen "Bust-A-Move" a dozen other times won't find much new to keep them amused.
  4. It's one of those games that's simple to grasp, but bastard hard to explain.
  5. It's the perfect game for people who say they hate video games.
  6. The super-sugary-sweet music and the cutesy characters are enough to bring you to tears.
  7. Daily Radar
    Each cutesy character speaks a cheery sort of gibberish, and gameplay is littered with enough bleats, chirps, hums and nonsensical exclamations to gag a deceased goat.
  8. CNET Gamecenter
    Dreamcast's affordable version of "Bust-A-Move 4" pushes the already great puzzle game to new heights.
  9. Spank!
    This is the best looking and most exciting version of "Bust-A-Move" so far.
  10. As far as graphics and music go, "Bust a Move 4" looks and sounds the nicest of any previous games.
  11. With more hidden features, game modes, and puzzles than you can shake a stick at, "Bust a Move 4" is the next logical step for the venerable Bust a Move series.
  12. A quality puzzle game with lots of replayability, tons of gameplay modes, and a nifty theme that's great for kids and adults alike.
  13. Game Fan
    This version, "Bust-A-Move 4," almost makes it, but a few niggling shortcomings prevent it from wearing the "must-have" mantle.
  14. Dreamcast HQ
    Sure, it's not 3D in-your-face graphics, or a techno soundtrack. But I'll tell you what it is.....fun.

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