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Submitted by Aclay 944d ago | review

Destructoid Review: Lights, Camera, Party

Destructoid- Lights, Camera, Party! is not a bad game. What it does, it does fairly well, and the art style looks neat. However, despite the graphics and accurate gameplay, the collection falls into the problem all mini-game collections have: repetition, which leads to boredom.

Once you've done a few mini-games, you may not be compelled to unlock the rest. This exists to be a mini-game collection, and nothing more. You know what to expect. (Lights, Camera, Party!, PS3) 6/10

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