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Start the Party! ( PS3 Move )

alaTest has collected and analyzed 153 reviews of Start the Party! ( PS3 Move ). The average rating for this product is 3.5/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) for all reviews. Reviewers really like the usability. The price is also appreciated, but some have doubts about the multi player mode and single player gameplay.

design, price, usability

graphics, single player, multi player

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Start the Party! ( PS3 Move ) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Kelsey Jackson (

Start the Party: Save the World review?


It?s not that Start the Party: Save the World gives you too little to do ? quite the contrary, as this sequel to last year?s Start the Party has more than 20 mini-games ? it?s just that each repetitive distraction is merely a variation on a basic...

Nov, 2011

Expert review by : Marty Greenwell (

Start the Party


With support for up to four players, multiplayer is where things make more sense. It's possible to battle with a bunch of mates across a ten-stage tournament mode, however with play being turn based, there's a lot of sitting around waiting for a go...

Cutesy fun look; Motion tracking works well; Augmented reality frivolity

Mini games are short lived; Lacks content; Single player severly limited

You may be asking, haven’t I played all this sort of stuff before on the EyeToy? (Sony’s previous casually market grabbing outing). There is an extra dimension to the action here, as many of the games use depth along with up, down, left and right; it...

Nov, 2010

Expert review by : danielrbischoff (

Start the Party Review for the PS3


A! Party! Game! For! The! Move!

Children love to be on TV

Annoying noises; Migraine-inducing graphics; Party-game-quality production

Oct, 2010

Expert review by : Michael Black (

Start the Party!


If you were to sit and play Start the Party! on your own until you'd seen everything on the disc, you'd be forgiven for thinking there's not that much to it. But that's because you'd be doing it wrong; the clue is in the name. This is, as it turns out,...

Oct, 2010

Expert review by : Martin Bigg (

Start the Party!


So, we?ve had the obligatory sports title for the PlayStation Move, but now it?s time for the obligatory party game. Cast your mind back to 2003 when the original EyeToy was launched for the PS2, and sugar coated games like this were in ready supply,...

You can't go far wrong for some cheap multiplayer laughs with Start the Party! but there simply isn't enough long-lasting content to warrant the asking price.

Sep, 2010

Expert review by : Thierry Nguyen (

Start The Party! Review


The prerequisite "party game compilation" for PlayStation Move looks and feels like the original EyeToy: Play, but with motion-control support.

Sep, 2010

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Start the Party- PS3


Step into an animated augmented virtual reality in Start The Party!, a collection of interactive social party games for the whole family.

Jan, 2009

Expert review by : Azariah Ellington II (

PS3 Review – Soul Calibur IV


Before I begin this review, I would like to mention that I am a big Soul Calibur fan, as well as a big fan of the fighting genre in gaming as well. The

Aug, 2008

Expert review by : Jim Cordeira (

Start The Party!


Get the PlayStation Move party started. Woop woop.

Start The Party! is a bright, colorful and well animated game. The visual style is a little on the wacky side, and there's plenty of comical voiceovers and sound effects all throughout. The whole game, from the interface to the events themselves, is...

Expert review by : Justin Calvert (

Start the Party


This collection of Move-powered minigames is fun with friends but has little to offer solo players.

Intuitive minigames that rarely require the included tutorials ; Colorful and occasionally amusing presentation ; You only need one controller for up to four players

Not enough minigames, so they start to repeat quickly ; Very little here for solo players

Via GameSpot.

Nov, 2010