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Summary: Start the Party! is a collection of 20 mini-games that utilize Sony's new motion controller, the PlayStation Move. Unfortunately, the game is repetitive, boring and unimpressive. Whatever you do, don't start this party. You'll be sorry.
Pros: It's short, It'll turn the Move controller into whatever you're supposed to be holding in the game, You appear on screen
Cons: It's extremely repetitive, It actually subtracts fun, No simultaneous multiplayer
Conclusion: Dear reader, you are about to read a review that has one of the lowest scores I have ever handed out. But before we deal with the game, I must stress that this isn't a simple case of me being a hardcore gamer who has zero interest in a family oriented party game, neither do I have an issue with Playstation Move - in fact I like it a lot (as evident in my Sports Champions review).
Conclusion: Kære læser, du skal nu til at læse en anmeldelse indeholdende en af mine laveste karakterer nogensinde. Inden vi går i gang så lad mig understrege, at dette ikke er et udslag af "jeg er hardcore-gamer, så jeg skal partout rynke på næsen af alt, der ligner hyggelige familiespil", det er heller ikke fordi jeg har et problem med Move-controlleren - faktisk kan du i min anmeldelse af Sports Champions se, at jeg synes den kan være fantastisk god.
Pros: Den danske tale er bedre end den engelske
Cons: Alt for simpelt, kedeligt, irriterende, sjusket udførsel