Conclusion: "Start the Party" is the perfect game to bust out at, well a party. Easy to understand, silly, and cute, "Start the Party" is competitive silliness done nearly perfectly. I may not sit at home playing it by myself, but I can honestly say, it's going to sit with "Buzz!" as one of my go to party games now. Fun and funny, "Start the Party" pulls people into the action like few games can.
Pros: One of the sillier, faster, and more fun party games out there, Over 20 mini-games included, Only requires one PlayStation Move controller for four players, Great for both adults and kids, One of the sillier, faster, and more fun party games out there, Over 20 mini-games included, Only requires one PlayStation Move controller for four players, Great for both adults and kids
Cons: Would be nice to have more mini-games, Transitions between games could happen faster, less menu, more game time, Two-player simultaneous games would be nice, Would be nice to have more mini-games, Transitions between games could happen faster, less menu, more game time, Two-player simultaneous games would be nice
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 off the shelf regularly. This low key sequel does attempt to rectify this.
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. Just like all casual party games, Start the Party does target the younger gamer, more specifically those under 15.
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. Think of it as Sony’s answer to Nintendo’s WarioWare series and you’ll probably know exactly what kind of ‘fun’ I’m talking about…the crazy kind!
Excerpt: Spillet er, som titlen ”svagt” antyder, indenfor party/social-genren. Spillet byder på 8 forskellige minispil, som vel bedst kan betegnes som videreudviklede EyeToy-spil, hvor Move udnyttes i stedet for ens egne kropsfagter. Vi kigger nærmere på spillet og vifter med Move herunder. Spillet sigter meget mod de yngste i familien (og dem med lidt barnlige sjæle).
Conclusion: Proposant une plus grande variété de mini-jeux que son prédécesseur, Start the party : Save the World conserve néanmoins un arrière-goût de répétitivité. La faute à des épreuves partageant le même gameplay. Il ne reste pas moins vrai que les plus jeunes s'amuseront avec ce titre, ce qui est déjà moins sûr pour leurs parents.
Pros: L'univers proposé, La réalisation de l'ensemble, Plus de mini-jeux...
Cons: ... Mais certains se répètent un peu, Interdit au plus de 7 ans