Summary: You need an older model computer to use this product. The video media the product required has be obsolete. Doesn't accept wmv or any other advance video media files.... It look like a really cool game. I was very disappointed.
Summary: I have read instructions and did the walk through but Im already stuck. I looked for online forums for help, but its an old game from 2006 - so the posts on forums are old and no one responds now to questions.
Summary: I do not want to worry about hiring janitors, searching for extras, worrying about the landscape of my studio lot, constructing toilets, or any other of the micromanaging chores involved in running a studio. I want to build stars, direct films, and create cinematic masterpieces.
I was sooo excited and it flopped! I feel ripped off!
Marie "Marie", Amazon
8 March 2006
Summary: I feel like I got ripped off on this game. I was extremely excited when I bought it and thought the idea was really cool. Then it started glitching! I was very patient with all the bugs. It freezes constantly. If you are trying to make more than one movie at once, it freezes.
Summary: The game is based on interesting ideas, not only the strategy of building your movie company from the ground up, but also being able to build your own movies, selecting actors, camera angles, and what not to share with others. Unfortunately the implementation is totally muffed.
Summary: ...the novelty wears off. The fact that the movie making experience is very limited, redundant, and totally lacking. The stratagy part of it together with the "fun" and creative parts of the game is completely off-putting. But it's a fun game for the first 5-10 hours of play.
Complete Movie Studio Sim...Nope! Make Your Own Movies...Not Exactly.
Luis Velazquez "Lou V. the CZ", Amazon
21 November 2005
Summary: I was really excited when I heard this game would soon be available. I know that Peter Molyneux tends to over promise but I was hopeful that this time he would deliver. He did not. I am not a big RTS or SIM fan but I do think that I know a good game when I play one.
Conclusion: Who wouldn't want to run a film studio? Girls, drugs, expensive cars, huge amounts of money, luxurious houses, private planes and even a few films. Sadly only the latter features in this disappointing game. There is a very good machinima programme attached which seems separate from the main game.
Summary: If you enjoyed Theme Park you may, just may, enjoy this. That was getting on for a decade ago though and for the rest of us the world has moved on. The gameplay is basic, and occasionally frustrating though the graphics and humour add a soupcon of playability, and entice you to at least give it a...