Conclusion: But there seems to be a technical issue as well, in that the cutout changes during the course of the gameplay. In one scene, my appearance isn’t all that bad, but in the next, I might look like my torso is starting to disappear or maybe has a hole blown in the midsection that’s showing the background scene through it. It might be funny at the time, but it’s pretty discouraging when your movie plays back and it just looks broken.
Conclusion: A worthy idea but one that just isn’t deep enough to sustain the experience. After one playthrough you’ll feel as if you’ve seen all there is to see and you’d be right.
Summary: You’re in the Movies is a title that does exactly what it says on the tin (or box in this case), it is a game that puts you - fellow gamer - in a movie. Published by Codemasters and developed by Brighton based developer Zoe Mode, You’re in the Movies plans to gather players of all ages in a hilarious attempt in making an absolute fool of themselves and their friends and family this holiday season.
Pros: Good fun in groups when it works, Easy to use movie making editor, Upload and share your movies online
Cons: Poor setup can ruin the game, Long movie building and saving time, Local party game only
Conclusion: To say that the Xbox Live Vision Camera has been underused since its release in October 2006 would be somewhat of an understatement, with only a few games making use of it for most people it has been a pretty much a waste of money.
Excerpt: "You're In The Movies on peli Playstationin EyeToy -pelien tyyliin, jossa pelaajat heiluvat kameran edessä ja pelaavat erilaisia minipelejä. Parhaimmillaan varsin hauskoja nauruja aiheuttavaa ajanvietettä, joskin kameran aivan liian suuri säätämisen määrä ja käytännön toimivuus pilaavat peli-iloa ja pudottavat arvosanaa.
Pros: + Parhaimmillaan todella hauskaa, + Director Modella on kiva leikkiä, + Paljon erilaisia minipelejä
Cons: - Kuvan saaminen kelvolliseksi vaatii paljon säätämistä, - Live-tuen puute