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50
If we haven't been sufficiently clear, even at its discount ($30) price, Attack of the Movies 3D is not a good buy. There are simply too many good action games for this to be a worthwhile investment of money and time. The well-done 3-D effects offer a glimpse into the future, but without a good game to back them up, they amount to no more than a gimmick.
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IGN (May 26, 2010)
This is a budget title all the way to its core. It's a far better Wii game than it is an Xbox 360 title, but that doesn't make it good for either system. It's a bland and lifeless arcade shooter with repetitive gameplay and unnecessary 3D effects.
30
After that the rest of Attack of the Movies 3D’s faults fade to irrelevance. No combo system? Graphics the same as the Wii version? Pointless need to reload? These are all bad decisions in game design, but seeing as the action of playing is completely miserable they don’t really change anything. The 3D effects are kind of neat, using red/blue glasses, and the lenticular cover is just fantastic, but a couple of gimmicks aren’t anywhere near enough to salvage this train wreck. Attack of the Movies 3D is just plain bad from start to finish, and while that can be fun in the right movie, it’s just painful in a game.
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The Video Game Critic (Jun 22, 2010)
The game's bosses are generic as they come, particularly that spinning "orb" in the space station. Upon completing each "movie" you're provided with a score and statistics, but none of the information is recorded. That's fine, because there's no way in hell that you'll ever want to play this again.


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