Reviews and Problems with You're in the Movies
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no camera included
24 March 2014
Summary: Not exactly an outright deceptive description but misleading. Does the description expressly include a camera, no but it is implied by the fact that the photo is of the pack that does include the camera and every other seller on amazon goes out of their way to specify that it is just the game.
Summary: As many other people I would suspect purchased this game they mainly were after the live vision camera and the game itself was considered a bonus. I was however generally suprised that I put this game in and did enjoy it however the game loses its appeal after a couple of play-throughs due to its...
Summary: This game is only fun for a one-time play. I can't really see myself reaching for this game off the shelf to play it again. A lot of the time the video would be choppy and be missing parts of the picture on the screen.
Summary: The game uses the camera and has you act through several minigames and uses the video from those scenes in a premade movie. It supposed to work like a green screen but its not accurate at picking up your body and instead cuts off parts and leaves what left for the scenes extremely blotchy.
Better than I was expecting, but there are way better options for what it does well..
Josh B. Kanownik, Amazon
3 February 2009
Summary: Hearing initial reviews I wasn't expecting this to work at all. After playing for awhile I almost wish it didn't. The minigames can be fun but sometimes they don't work and many of them involve just flailing your arms as fast as you can.
Conclusion: The incusion of a camera at a budget price really is the only reason you should consider this, because, frankly... It's awful. The camera is a nifty bit of kit that is why the game gets two stars. It works well with the game and interacts with a host of 360 games.
Summary: This games promises much, but delivers very little. I cannot believe that other people have given it 5*. The recognition doesn't work well, the programming is shoddy. The camera is far too low quality to capture your movements. The end movies are far too short.