Excerpt: The original Start the Party! was one of the launch titles alongside the PlayStation Move motion controller, although it was sadly a little too limited for its own good. Don’t get me wrong, it was a fun mini-game compilation for what it was, but there just wasn’t enough content for it to be plucked...
Summary: Start the Party offers a small set of mini-games designed to draw you directly into your television. While it may provide some fun for a small gathering of people, there are not enough mini-games to make you return for a second round.
Pros: The fact it makes good use of PS Move, Being able to see ourselves in the game, literally, The multiplayer mode can prove somewhat enjoyable
Cons: The severe lack in number of mini-games, Only one person can compete on screen at once in multiplayer, The limited replay value
Excerpt: The latest move game arrives on the PS3 entitled Start the Party which is another party type game that also uses Playstation eye camera. At its heart, the game features a collection of mini-games which some work and some just don't.
Excerpt: Start the Party! is a collection of fun micro-games, perfect to pull out over the weekend when you have a couple of friends over and guaranteed to give everyone that joins in (and even those who don’t) a good couple of laughs.
Conclusion: Spillet er ganske sjovt, som familieunderholdning sammen med de mindre børn, men så er det også det. Start the party er da også beregnet til småbørnsfamilierne, men sidder man en flok voksne og gerne vil pjatte i nogle minutter, så kan man sagtens det også.
Conclusion: Grossansicht Für den Partyspaß sorgen eine schöne Inszenierung und schnelle Runden. Der Stil wurde etwas bestimmter, verlor aber das Niedliche. Was am Ende mit Dr. Schrecklich eigentlich passiert, weiß man nicht.