Summary: The better scenes all had male characters. It was tough to find a good selection of female rolls. They had great movies, but not the best scenes from those movies. Also, since PS3's hacking nightmare, I don't trust going online to buy new scenes. Not giving them any more of my info.
Summary: I love the idea of inserting yourself into your favorite movie scenes. It only really pays off if you are inserted seamlessly. This game has a really hard time of doing that if you have stuff in your living room(or wherever you are playing).
Summary: Yoostar 2 has an easy-to-navigate menu system, and is easy to play. The kids have a great time playing this. The only downside is not being able to view what people have uploaded directly through the game - you have to go to an external website.
Summary: This a fun game for all the family and we are having a lot of fun with it.
The PS3 Camera is not that good and the quality of the film is not that good. Moreover you need to play in a environment with solid color background so that there are less problems in the outcome.
Summary: Yoostar 2 can be a lot of fun, providing you have a large room to play in and bright, even lighting is also vital if you want to be placed in scenes convincingly, otherwise large chunks of the player will be missing from the scene which can detract from the experience.
Summary: Per the previous review, the background (and how it's lit) has to remain constant while you're being filmed, so if your room is lit by sunlight and the sun goes behind a cloud then the background changes and the bluescreen effect doesn't work.
Summary: This game is a good laugh... IF you can get your lighting right. Fortunately I worked out I only have to adjust my lamp shade in my living room. It's worth a gamble at this price and fun at parties