IGN: Boom Blox Bash Party Hands-On

"Boom Blox Bash Party's going to appeal as much to the core gamer, if not more, than the first one," says producer Amir Rahimi. "But it will definitely still capture that casual audience that enjoyed the first, too." And he's right. That's because EA hasn't mucked around too much with what worked for the original game, which overflowed with great, puzzling levels designed around the simple, but addictive concept of utilizing the Wii remote to throw objects at big, breakable block formations.

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