Kat Bailey: "But online level sharing is definitely Bash Party's biggest strength -- it lets me pick and choose the levels I like most: The ones where destruction is the signature element. It's all down to taste, but I could do without as many of the "direct a puck into a goal" challenges. And even the well-made Jenga-type levels don't hold the appeal of simply making things fall down. But I don't fault the dev team for wanting to throw in a little extra variety, not when this is a sequel already stuffed with excellent content. Even if you already own the original, you should buy this game -- after all, knocking down towers is what the Wii Remote is made for."