Bust-a-Move 4 Coming To PlayStation Network This Spring

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Natsume are bringing Bust-a-Move 4 to PlayStation Network for PlayStation 3, PSP and Vita. The game will be available this Spring.

 

Bust-a-Move 4 has eight playable modes, including Puzzle Mode, Versus Mode and an Edit Mode, where you can create up to 25 of your own stages.

 

Bust-a-Move 4 was a very successful and popular title, and fans have been asking for a re-release for years,” said Hiro Maekawa, CEO of Natsume Inc. “We were very happy to bring this classic back to new systems as a digital download!”


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