Excerpt: There are those low budget scary movies that are often referred to as “B” movies, and now there is a video game based on those low budget movies. Attack of the Movies 3-D, from Majesco, not only fashions itself after the monster stories in such low budget movies, but the game itself clearly reflects the lack of time and effort put into the development process.
Tons of gunfire in short 3-D shooting gallery game.
Common Sense Media
7 April 2011
Summary: Parents need to know that Attack of the Movies 3-D is a shooting gallery-type game in which the main goal is to blast as many targets as possible. While none of the targets are human, some of the enemies are living beings (sharks, giant bugs, etc.) and they may ooze a non-red blood-like fluid when shot. And although the overall look of the game is not realistic, the gunfire sounds and explosions are.
Conclusion: This is a budget title all the way to its core. It's a far better Wii game than it is an Xbox 360 title, but that doesn't make it good for either system. It's a bland and lifeless arcade shooter with repetitive gameplay and unnecessary 3D effects.
Summary: Before things begin, I’d just like to say that I hate writing reviews for bad games. Sure, they’re quick and easy to do, but the downside is that not only did I have to play something I absolutely hated, but an idea that should have been good, cheesy fun turned out to be unplayable crap. The list of bad mistakes Attack of the Movies 3D makes is a long one, so let’s get this dissection started.