Conclusion: All of this adds to the playing time, but not in a good way. Instead, you find yourself repeating the same section as you experiment with new tactics, though the enemies don’t always behave the same way (or as they should), so you aren’t really polishing your strategy, because no strategy seems to work 100% of the time.
Conclusion: That demographic makes evaluating a game such as this somewhat challenging. On one hand, movie buffs will see this as the definitive next-gen evolution of the classic Scene It? franchise, and as such a must-by title. Casual gamers, however, will probably be more enticed by the simplistic competition inspired by the Big Button Pads than they will the trivia itself. And hardcore gamers?
Pros: Big-button pads add new element, New questions always a plus, HD movie clips
Cons: Technically a 6-year old game, Repeat questions do appear
Summary: Parents need to know that this game is based on the Scene It? brand of DVD-based board games. While several editions of that version are appropriate for younger children, this video game isn't. It features clips from movies geared for older audiences that include light doses of drinking, smoking, profanity, sexuality, and violence, playing can feel like watching a PG-13 movie.
Conclusion: Scene It? Lights, Camera, Action is a must-have for families and friends alike. This game is sure to be a party necessity, especially if you’re surrounded by movie fanatics. Scene It offers many hours of gameplay, and the inclusion of all four controllers in the standard box makes it easily worth its price tag.
Excerpt: Anyone who is a movie buff and who owns a DVD player knows the game “Scene It?”. This game has been played in many living rooms by many people for many years. If anything it has been one of the premiere party games that many have tried to emulate but many have failed. Well, Microsoft knows a good thing when they see it and they have transferred this game to the Xbox 360. “Scene It?
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: All in all, Scene It? is good fun, in the right setting. It's bland, presentation-wise and really offers nothing other than straight-forward questions, and the American bloke on it is a berk. But it can't be argued it isn't fun - for a while at least. It's just, well, the Buzz series is better. Long live the Donovan!