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Boom Blox: Bash Party (Wii)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 42 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the controls and single player gameplay. The design and multi player mode also get good feedback, whereas many are negative about the story.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Boom Blox: Bash Party (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Boom Blox Bash Party (Wii)


With strong multiplayer, new modes, and lots of destruction, this block-bashing sequel is ready for its spotlight.

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Boom Blox Bash Party Review


Gold Medals, All Around

Tons of new stages, game modes and new "blox"; insanely fun solo and multiplayer gameplay

Occasional interference from "animal buddies

I cannot recommend this game enough. It's fun, it's versatile (I've found it to be a hit with gamers and non-gamers), and it offers more bang for your buck (ha!) than just about anything else on Wii right now. It's the best kind of sequel - one that...

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Boom Blox: Bash Party


Here comes the Boom.

1) Start with the existing Boom Blox formula. 2) Add, improve, expand, and polish. 3) Enjoy Boom Blox: Bash Party. It's an extension and expansion of the original in just about every way … and fortunately, there are enough new concepts such that it...


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Boom Blox Bash Party


If you played last year's title from EA and Steven Spielberg, you recall fondly the unique and creative puzzle game that provided hours of fun. That game was Boom Blox on the Wii. It was essentially a simple formula; you would be given stacks of...

With Bash Party, EA and Spielberg have taken the original Boom Blox and built on it to produce a package that is creative, innovative, and crazy-fun to play. Add the ability to create and share new puzzles, and we are left with a must-buy on Nintendo's...

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Boom Blox Bash Party Review


EA brings the house down, block by block!

The list of must-have Wii games with appeal for both the casual and core player is exceedingly short. To make the cut, a game must be immediately approachable and easy to understand, but it must also offer challenge and depth to those who seek them....

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Nintendo Wii - Boom Blox Impressions


At its heart, Boom Blox is a puzzle game. You use action gestures with the Wii remote to strategically move objects around, or more commonly, throw a baseball at a stack of blocks that you are meant to topple. There are several different block types in...

For instance, we were given the task of toppling four towers of generic building blocks using the least amount of baseballs. Each of the towers had various special blocks within them, such as vanishing blocks, which disappear when hit with a baseball,...

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Still fun


Shouldn't Spielberg be making big Hollywood movies rather than video games?

Have the original and really liked that one. This version is as good as the original if not bigger. More levels more interesting games. The great thing about the Blox games is that anybody in the family can play, we've had the wife and I play and even...

The music and the side characters are a bit goofy and kind of get annoying after a while

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Boom Blox Bash Party


The original Boom Blox was everything a Wii game should be. Like Wii Sports, it was original, fun and took full advantage of the Wii Remote's unique capabilities; the GamePro staff had a great time playing through it and our only complaint was that it...

Same addictive charm of the original ; new twists keep things interesting ;

Not much in the way of innovation ; level designs aren't consistently awesome ;

As a multiplayer experience, Bash Party succeeds but it's less a party and more of a social gathering. Because every player will want to survey the board and line up the perfect shot or move, matches take on a slow and methodical pace. Still, it's a...

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Boom Blox Bash Party


AJ bashes some more blocks thanks to Steven Spielberg, but is this a the kind of party you're looking for?

Multiplayer is great fun "for families ; Online level sharing works very nicely ; Same fun game as the original

Pretty much just the same fun game as the original ; Too little too late - this is what should've been in the original

If you already owned Boom Blox, I wouldn’t rush out and get the sequel. It is more of an expansion pack than a new game. If, on the other hand, you have some kids at home (preferably yours) and need to entertain them on a rainy day, Boom Blox Bash...

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Boom Blox: Bash Party


It's only been a year since EA released the first Boom Blox game and not a lot has changed. The first one was a sleeper hit, going mostly unnoticed as one of the best Wii games of 2008 and the only one to bear the name of a legendary film director...

Creative and challenging mission modes and level design ; Co-op mode adds a ton of depth to the gameplay ; There is hours and hours of gameplay in multiplayer and single player ; Controls perfectly suited to the Wii's strengths ; Endlessly addicting...

Forgettable soundtrack ; A little quickly released to justify the upgrade

reason to play Bash Party. The multiplayer options, as the title suggests, are even more plentiful and the addition of underwater and outer space levels lends a lot more diversity to the options and the strategy it takes to win. But don’t let that fool...