Summary: the live vision camera alone is worth the 20 bucks. however, the included game.. less so. that is, at first. you will find that this game gets old fast. the key, however, is to completely ignore what the director tells you. do what you wnt! that instantly makes this game a blast.
Summary: My kids and I really enjoy this game. At first I wondered if it would be used more than once, but we have played it on several occassions, and it hasn't gotten old. Ya, the movies are corny and ya the storylines hokey, but thats what makes it all the more endearing.
Summary: This is a great game for a family! For those looking at the camera, you basically get the camera for free (I think its about $20 by itself). In addition, once installed you can download "totemball" from the xbox game arcade for free... this game is quite a workout.
Summary: Really just wanted the camera for Xbox use, but tried the game when our son and his family came to visit. Kids, aged 8 and 11, had a great time. Easy to use, simple instructions. The "green screen" isn't the cleanest, but that isn't what the game is all about.
Summary: I bought this when the price dropped to around $20 and it is definitely worth it! The camera that comes with the game is a quality web cam and works with other applications. Yes, the camera needs professional lighting to pick up a person's outline perfectly, but if you get over this fact and use...
Summary: We've had a lot of fun with this game. Yes, the stories are corny and the characters aren't superimposed on the stock movies very seamlessly, but that just makes us laugh all the more. You can improve the quality by following the instructions and making sure you have a lot of light in the room.