The Movies: Stunts & Effects Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
The Movies: Stunts & Effects Reviews8
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|Bright Hub||4/5||Oct 30 '08|
|GameDaily||7/10||Jul 14 '06|
|Gamer Within||7.3/10||Jun 16 '06|
|GamerNode||7/10||Jun 23 '06|
|EuroGamer||8/10||Jun 21 '06|
|GameSpot||7.7/10||Jun 07 '06|
|Gamespy||3.5 / 5||Jun 16 '06|
|IGN PC||8.0/10||Jun 09 '06|
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The Movies: Stunts & Effects Previews
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|1UP||May 10 '06|
|GameSpot||May 22 '06|
|GameZone||May 10 '06|
|IGN PC||May 10 '06|
|Worthplaying||May 27 '06|
|Yahoo! Video Games||May 22 '06|
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"For fans of the original beginning to get a little bored, this expansion pack will definitely extend the life of the game and give you several more hours of fun. At full price it offers reasonable value for money, but nowadays you’d be better served to buy both the original and this bundled together as they are available fairly cheap."
"On release this was a so-so management sim with an irritatingly limited film-making mode that typically produced wooden, boring and short movies. Now it's a so-so management sim with a simple but flexible animation studio attached. Admittedly, many of the other problems haven't been fixed - staff, for example, are still in too short supply - but at least the effects add a touch of pazazz and the moviemaker mode finally works. The name may be misleading, but it was just the medicine The Movies needed."
"On the other hand, if you enjoy getting up close-and-personal with your movie creations and wish to add some additional flair and excitement to your productions, then Stunts & Effects makes a worthwhile purchase."
"By seamlessly integrating into The Movies, the Stunts & Effects expansion offers a lot of cool new toys for would-be studio bosses and virtual moviemakers to play with."
"...it really simply comes down to whether you're planning to play The Movies as a simulation game or use it as a creative tool."