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Submitted by BIoodmask 1603d ago | preview

Joystiq: Move Party Hands-On

The PlayStation Move-equivalent of the minigame compilations released for PS2's EyeToy, Move Party is an excuse to use Sony's motion controller to look like a fool in front of your family and friends. (As if holding a glowing wand and pantomiming playing a sport isn't already silly enough.) (Move Party, PS3)

sinncross  +   1603d ago
I read somewhere that only 5 minigames are going to be in this title. In all seriousness Sony are going to need to jump that up. With so many Eyetoy minigames available, it would be best for Sony to give some of them a HD reboot for this title.

While not the game the traditional gamer will want, Move Party looks like a fun little family title: just add some competitive nature to it and it could be good.

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