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Scene It? Bright Lights! Big Screen! - Xbox 360
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- Play on your own, or compete against friends and family in 2-4 player multiplayer. Also compatible with standard Xbox 360 controllers and Microsoft’s Big Button controllers.
- Demonstrate your knowledge of recent Hollywood blockbusters and enduring movie favorites by answering more than 2,800 fun trivia questions, interspersed with movie clips.
- Test your store of trivia and your ability to think fast with 23 challenging puzzle categories.
- A new and improved single player option, as well as party play modes.
- Personalize your playing experience with fun 12 all-new movie-themed avatars and have fun with a new, very entertaining game host.
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Platform: Xbox 360
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The game takes place on one basic bland screen. There is an on-screen host and when his lips actually do sync with his dialog he's pretty skippable. Questions are good with clips from current features, but the whole presentation looks like a bad Wii game. The last game you and your fellow avatars went zooming around on a couch with beautifully rendered animation sequences. This one you get a very brief cut scene that looks like entry level 3D renderings.
I could go on, but why bother? If you are even remotely interested in this game, stop yourself, and get the last one, Scene It? Box Office Smash (best in the series) or even the first one.
Scene It? on the consoles has dropped to a surprising new low in which it may not recover.
Hopefully Microsoft will release another DLC pack for either of the old versions so we can continue to play them until next year when maybe a decent edition of this game will return.
One change that I liked - the last place player is able to choose the puzzle (from a list of 3) once in a while (sequentials, visual puzzler, pop quiz, etc). My wife and I dislike similar puzzles, so we avoid things we do not enjoy (sequentials).
Another thing I like so far - at least one new puzzle type that challenges you to match actors/actresses with their roles. There is a list of four roles and four actors, and you have to match them. It plays a bit like the sequentials puzzle.
One change that I did not like - I love pixel flix (8 bit renditions of movies scenes). In BOS, you were able to watch the entire clip. This version ends the clip after everyone has answered. I don't know if I should answer quickly to score big, or watch the whole thing and be amused.
If you enjoy games based on movie trivia, this is a good one to get. If you pick games based on being able to use your avatar in them (?), this game is not for you.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fun game! Thought I was just ordering the game, but also came with 4 controllers (which works because our controllers just crapped out) Game came pretty quick considering the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Justin
When it comes to trivia games, I don't really see the point in purchasing the product when its 'new'. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Brian
One of my favorite games to play with family and friendsPublished 9 months ago by alexandra steeley
We loved the original. This was was good but not really the same. But it was nice to have new movies/actors/ etc to guess at.Published 11 months ago by Carlie2
awesome. love this game. easy to play. great for hanging out with friends. perfect mix of old and current moviesPublished 11 months ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this game because I loved the other 2 so much. The first was great, the second even better. It made sense that the third would be awesome! Nope. Read morePublished on February 7, 2012 by Tom
In my house we love the "big button" games Scene It and Scene it Box Office Smash. When this was released, we jumped on it. What a mistake. Read morePublished on October 30, 2011 by Mike Jenkins