Parents' Guide to

Attack of the Movies 3-D

By Christopher Healy, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Tons of gunfire in short 3-D shooting gallery game.

Game Nintendo Wii , Xbox 360 2010
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Community Reviews

age 12+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 9+


its a shooter game but your not killing humans you kill bugs its no diffrent from when you see a bug in the house and you step on it. but in the game green 'ooz' comes out its brief thats realy all the animated blood
age 14+

it was great

love it

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (2 ):
Kids say (1 ):

Attack of the Movies 3-D works really well as a fun shooting gallery game that doesn't rely on gore (a la House of the Dead). And the more people that play at once, the more fun the game is. The timing of the pop-up enemies is well set for making players jump in surprise, and there's plenty of stuff flying at the screen to optimize the 3-D effects. The only problem with the 3-D is that it requires the use of old-school red-and-blue lensed glasses, which means you won't see all the very beautiful, vivid colors of the graphics. You might want to play in 2-D just to get a better look at the environments. Also, with six scenes that are each in the five to ten minute range, the game feels way too short. Extra life can be squeezed out of the game through multiplayer contests, but solo players will likely tire of those same six scenarios pretty quickly.

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