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Submitted by -Mezzo- 651d ago | review

PSN - Lights, Camera, Party! Review

PSN - Lights, Camera, Party! fills one of the biggest gaps on the PlayStation Network: The Party Game genre. This PlayStation Move title brings 50 mini-games into your living room, providing fun for up to 8 players. I’ve been playing this game since it’s launched with a wide variety of players, from 1 to 2 to 4 to 8. Each time I play, my friends and I have a good time. Not a great time, but a good time. Let me break down the pros and cons of LCP. (Lights, Camera, Party!, PS3) 3/5

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