Summary: Ordered this via PSN, and the gameplay itself it pretty good, but I can't get it to work in Party mode. For some reason, I can't make it past the "record your name" part of the game. I just can't start the game.
Summary: The controller is an impressive example of what she has it and is convincing. Unfortunately, the single player mode for a short time like that. Of boring, ensure that only the changing colors on the Move controller for mood
Summary: Start the Party is essentially a mini-game package designed to be "family friendly" for the Playstation Move. The game can be played with up to four players at once, but it should be noted that you can only use one Move controller..
Summary: An ok game that is more for testing out the move's capabilities. Novelty tends to wear off quite quickly but it deserves a playthrough. It is fun for the whole family but I think is generally for younger players but it does not alienate older players.
fun family or party game but could have been a great with some improvements
A. McManus, Amazon
22 September 2010
Summary: This game has so much potential but it doesn't seem to use all its potential. This is a fun game to play with families of all ages and is a great pick up play party game. This also does have a solo mode, but I don't know how much fun you will really have playing by yourself.
Summary: After seeing this video on youtube, it seems like a mario party game but better. It is neat how the move controller transforms into a paintbrush,racket or a fan. I found this game to be fun for the entire family.