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Submitted by Simeon Paskell 1199d ago | review

D+PAD Magazine - Start the Party: Save the World - Reviewed

D+PAD Magazine writes:

With Start the Party: Save the World, the PlayStation Move gets serious. Set in the near future in which planet Earth has been ravaged by pollution, war and collapsing economies, you – as a lone ideologist – must form a political party, guide it to power and then set about bringing peace and harmony to the world. Wars must end, the environment must be cleaned-up and the corrupt practices of fat-cat bankers must be eradicated. It is at once a harrowing and informative experience that brings into stark reality some of the toughest questions that modern society now faces.

If this sudden shift in direction surprises you, then…well…it should, as the above is an outright lie. (Playstation Move, PS3, Start the Party 2, Start The Party: Save The World) 2/5

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