Summary: The game play is hard because you have to use joysticks, not any sort of light gun. There is no online co-op. And the single player is quickly beaten, but ridiculously hard to master on the highest difficulties. In the game, If you can get it down, though, you'll find yourself with an easy 1000 Gamer score, if that matters to you.
Summary: Both my fiancee and youngest daughter played the game. The controls were a little difficult to do at times and would definitely work better with a shooter type gun control or something. My daughter thought it was good but a little hard. Fiancee and daughter could only play for a short time because even with the glasses and the 3D it will give you a headache if you play it too long. Short play sessions are definitely recommended for this game.
Summary: This is a good game for people who like the 1980s kinds of games. I do so im ok with it. This is a challenging fun game. The only thing i didnt like was the aiming, it was very difficult to be steady enough to hit a target so i just tried to hit everything. My 20 year old newphew who is use to new types of games couldnt keep up. That was what made it worth it.
Summary: My collection of 360 games now ranks near 275 games and this has to be the worst or close to it. There is a primary game play element in shooters called friction. This is the function of having the cursor slow down or stop on a target. This game lacks that. The cursor flies across the screen as the camera shakes violently. Having played the first level several times on easy to be able to beat it I knew this wasn't going to be a good experience.
An Average B-Game, Worth an Evening or Two at Most
28 November 2011
Summary: I got this game for a pretty low price, and I knew exactly what I was. If you go into things expecting a great, high quality, fun game, then you'll be disappointed. If Halo, Call of Duty, Skyrim, etc are the "steaks" of video games, the fill course meals, then Attack Of The Movies 3-D is the SPAM. But sometimes a little cheap dish of SPAM is nice after eating steak every night for a year. The gameplay is hard because you have to use joysticks, not any sort of lightgun.
Summary: I'm flat out telling you, don't buy this game for the Xbox 360. It has a good enough concept and I've always been a fan of rail shooters, but Attack of the Movies just drops the ball. The targeting cursor is poorly calibrated and snaps back to the center of the screen if you let up off the analog for even a brief moment. The graphics are poorly dated (early PS2 quality) if you care about that sort of thing. The 3-D isn't handled very well either.
Summary: This game is an action-packed shootem-up 3D game. I paid $19.99. It's a bargain for the price, especially since the 3d effects seem so real. Some enemies will seem to jump out right out the TV screen . You are immersed into 6 movie-theme worlds, from the likes of Indiana Jones to The Terminator, and basically you shoot every enemy in your path and whatever they shoot at you. Along the way you get to pick up items such as health, bonuses, extra lives & stronger weapons.
Summary: This game was alright for the first little bit. The longer i played the more it felt like a kids game. If your buying it for a younger kid then this will be good but if your older i would stay away from this one.