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Submitted by doom012 586d ago | review

Lights, Camera, Party! Review - Glitch Cat

Glitch Cat - Lights, Camera, Party! is an enjoyable game with a very original and enjoyable visual style, but like most party games, it falls to the traps of repetition that have become the standard of the genre and quickly becomes dull. It may be a fun time to kill 30 minutes, and certainly is nowhere near the worst offenders, but beyond its visual style it will not stand out from the crowd. It will be an enjoyable experience for fans of the genre or those who want to have some clean fun time with their families, but a lack of content availability from the beginning, and in general, will limit how much play can be gotten out of this game. (Lights, Camera, Party!, PS3) 6.5/10

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