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The Shoot- PS3

alaTest has collected and analyzed 44 reviews from magazines and websites. Comments about the gameplay and controls are generally positive, whereas some have doubts about the multi player mode and design.

reliability, controls, gameplay

value for money, design, multi player

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

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The Shoot (PlayStation 3)

 

In The Shoot, your targets may look like cowboys, robots, or zombies, but they're actually just thin wooden cutouts populating a film set. The gameplay in this arcade shooter is similarly two-dimensional, offering up some interesting Move-controlled...

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The Shoot

 

The Shoot sets our hero in a movie studio with a director to please, taking you through different movie scenes across five genres from Western to Horror through Mob to Monster; the camera leading the player around, allowing them to concentrate on...

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The Shoot

 

So far, the PlayStation Move controller has been transformed into all manner of wacky objects, from tennis bats and archery bows to fly swatters and frying pans. And now it can also add light guns to its arsenal with The Shoot, the first of what could...

The Shoot delivers a solid, if somewhat shallow, premiere shooting experience for the PlayStation Move that is over far too quickly.

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The Shoot Review

 

It might be short, but there's some solid fun to be had in this family-friendly Move shooter.

Solid, responsive shooting ; Interesting and varied stages

Short, with little replay value ; Too easy

The biggest issue with The Shoot lies in its length. With each of the five movie sets taking only about 20 minutes each to play through, the game can be done and dusted in less than two hours. A two-player mode adds some length to the proceedings,...

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The Shoot

 

If you have the PlayStation Move, you need The Shoot. It's a great, fun addition to the genre and makes good use of the Move controller.

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The Shoot

 

So far, with the exception of Sports Champions, the launch lineup for the PlayStation Move has been a little weak. Okay, a lot weak. Games like Kung Fu Rider, Start the Party, High Velocity Bowling, Brunswick Pro Bowling and Racquet Sports have...

The Shoot is an entertaining ride while it lasts. Problem is, it doesn't last very long. Like most PlayStation Move launch titles it's a pretty shallow experience. It takes but a few hours to run through all five movies in the Career mode and once...

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The Shoot

 

In this early phase of the PlayStation Move's existence, it seems that developers are keen to make the point that the Move controller, like the Wii remote before it, makes a good substitute for a light-gun. Time Crisis: Razing Storm proved this and now...

It's been a long time since light-gun style shooters were really popular and it's certainly interesting how we've already seen a couple that make use of the PlayStation Move controller. Whilst The Shoot may use the controller in a more innovative way...

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The Shoot

 

It might be short, but there's some solid fun to be had in this family-friendly Move shooter.

Solid, responsive shooting ; Interesting and varied stages

Short, with little replay value ; Too easy

Via GameSpot.

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The Shoot- PS3

 

Become the ultimate action hero, using the PlayStation Move motion controller to shoot, punch and dodge your way through five exciting Hollywood movie sets in The Shoot.

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The Shoot

 

Setup like a film-set, The Shoot has you playing an on-screen hero shooting your way through a selection of B-movie themed stages. It all starts off in a western themed set, moving on to a robot invasion themed, classic gangster, underwater, and...

In the end The Shoot provides the occasional bout of enjoyment for a single player but almost none for multi. It's not all bad but its design choices get in the way and forsaken the experience. It gets some use out of your Move controllers at least but...