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Submitted by MPGamersheep 1055d ago | review

Lights, Camera, Party! Review | ProvenGamer

LoveRetroGaming of ProvenGamer.com: Sony has allowed their Move Controllers to slip into obscurity, due to a lack of advertising. Games for said controller are also becoming a rarity. So, with little fanfare, Frima Studio Inc. released Lights, Camera, Party! on the PlayStation Network. It is a collection of mini-games designed for play as a party game or with the family. (Lights, Camera, Party!, PS3) 3/5

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