Conclusion: I thought at the very least it would be cool for the whole 3D aspect but the 3D doesn't work AT ALL. There was not 1 aspect about this game that made it fun or even worth playing. I give this game a 1 out 5 and the only reason I give it a 1 is becase the achievements are so easy.
Excerpt: In recent years, Majesco Entertainment has managed to release some budget priced games that were surprisingly fun to play. Continuing their trend of budget titles that are released on more than one console, Majesco has teamed up with Panic Button Games for Attack of the Movies 3D on the Wii and 360...
Excerpt: If there’s one technology trend that is really hot right now, it’s 3D. Movie theaters are promoting it heavily, 3D capable televisions are hitting the market, and plenty of 3D games were on display at E3 2010.
Summary: Attack of the Movies 3D takes six classic movie settings and turns them into rail-based shooters. The production values are minimal, and the only real gimmick on display is the 3D glasses that add just a touch of 3D excitement.