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Start the Party! Save the World- PS3

Start the Party! Save the World- PS3
alaScore 80

12 reviews

Oct, 2014

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Start the Party! Save the World- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

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Start the Party! Save the World

 

How big can a mini-game get before it's no longer a mini-game? Are the rounds of Wii Sports too long to be considered mini-games? Or is it a narrative thing? Does having a plot connect the mini-games make them more traditional levels? The plot of...

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Start the Party! Save the World PS3 Review

 

The original Start the Party! was one of the launch titles alongside the PlayStation Move motion controller, although it was sadly a little too limited for its own good. Don't get me wrong, it was a fun mini-game compilation for what it was, but there...

Start the Party! Save the World, then, is a game that works, making commendable use of Move, and it’s also an improvement over the original game. But, despite the increase in mini game number, it could have still done with a few more options. This is...

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Start the Party: Save the World

 

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...

As a budget-price sequel to a party-themed launch title, it comes as little surprise that Start the Party: Save the World takes very few risks; what is surprising is how it does little to rectify the issues that hampered the first instalment. Lacking...

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