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Bust a Groove is a hybrid music/fighting video game for the Sony PlayStation released in 1998. The game was published by the Japanese video game developer Enix in Japan and brought to the U.S. by now-defunct 989 Studios and SCEE in Europe. It is available for download on the European PlayStation Store for the PlayStation 3 system, with plans for release on the United States PlayStation 3 store.

The original Japanese game was titled Bust a Move: Dance & Rhythm Action (バスト ア ムーブ Dance & Rhythm Action, Basuto a Mūbu Dance & Rhythm Action); in the U.S., it became..

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If hearing music makes you want to shake your booty, then BUST A GROOVE is the game for you. WIKIS. Animal Crossing Beginners Guide and Tips • FF7 Remake Walkthrough ...

Bust A Groove. Game » consists of 4 releases. Released Oct 31, 1998 PlayStation; While grossly overlooked in the U.S. market, Bust A Groove served as a gateway for many Japanese music game fans in the late 1990s, arriving on the scene courtesy of Enix and 989 Studios hot on the heels of Parappa the Rapper. ...

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Hey everyone, just uploaded another playthrough for Bust A Groove/Move Shorty and the EZ mouse. I remember playing the Japanese version and liking that version of her song instead of the American ...

Bust a Groove Walkthrough with Capoeira at 1080p 60fps Gameplay Juego de lucha Musical | Music Fighting Game | Fun Rhythm First Dancing Game for PS1 Fever Time!! Like, comment, Share & Subscribe ...

This is my first play through of Bust A Groove/Move 2. Since this is the American Version the endings were not implemented into it, which sucks since the endings for the Japanese version was ...

Bust A Groove/Move Playthrough using Hiro. Am I the only one that found it weird with all the moaning women in the background when he dances? Opponents List ...

I still think these guys were one of the coolest characters in the game. I don't know about the ending, seems very politically incorrect this day and age. Opponent List and Times 0:26 Frida 3:24 ...

Bust A Groove Strike Playthrough. In the Japanese version, Strike actually drinks from a flask and not a soda can like in the American version. This one also includes a loss, I ended up losing to ...

Hey everyone, I'm going to do a retro gaming segment every Tuesday and Thursday on some old games you may or may not have played. Enjoy! I am a little bit rusty and failed a couple of times before ...

The way Kitty-N dances makes me wonder why this game was E for everyone. Actually a lot of things in the game make me wonder. Overall, Kitty-N is an awesome female character like Shorty. Opponents ...

Bust a Groove is a hybrid music/fighting game (heavy on the music, light on the fighting) released in 1998. The idea is to follow the instructions for button presses, ending the sequence in beat ...

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  • Metro Graphics

Game Data

Release date(s): January 29, 1998: NA

Genre(s): Music, fighting

Mode(s): Single-player, multiplayer

Game Background

Bust a Groove is a hybrid music/fighting video game for the Sony PlayStation released in 1998. The game was published by the Japanese video game developer Enix in Japan and brought to the U.S. by now-defunct 989 Studios and SCEE in Europe. The original Japanese game was titled Bust a Move: Dance & Rhythm Action; in the U.S., it became Bust-A-Groove because the Japanese puzzle series Puzzle Bobble was already going under the name Bust-A-Move for its American incarnation. The game combined PaRappa the Rapper-like rhythm-based gameplay with fighting game elements, including special moves designed to damage the opponent and a focus on head-to-head competitive play. The sequel, Bust a Groove 2, unlike its predecessor, was never released in Europe while Dance Summit 2001, the third game in the series, was released exclusively in Japan on the PlayStation 2.

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