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Cook, Model, and boogie your way past 15 minutes of fame and into celebrity stardom! Use the PlayStation Eye camera’s unique face-capture technology to place you, friends and family into the starring roles of five action-packed TV shows. Then use your PlayStation Move motion controller to physically compete and rise to the top of the “A list” to become a household name. Battle it out on the red carpet, pose for paparazzi photographs, and sign autographs to become the Star you’ve always wanted to be!
Carnival Island is a 2011 motion-controlled party video game developed by SCE Santa Monica Studio and Magic Pixel Games and published by Sony Computer Entertainment on November 15, 2011 in North America, November 18, 2011 in Europe, and December 1, 2011 in Japan for PlayStation 3, which utilizes PlayStation Move. It was officially announced at Electronic Entertainment Expo 2011 on June 5, 2011. It is the first title by Magic Pixel Games, whose team previously worked on the Boom Blox series.
Start the Party!, previously known as Move Party, is a 2010 augmented reality party video game for the PlayStation 3, which utilizes the PlayStation Move controllers. It was officially unveiled at the 2010 Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. The game is the first game developed by Supermassive Games and was published by Sony Computer Entertainment for release as a launch title for the PlayStation Move and was bundled with it in Asian regions excluding Japan. The game is a collection of augmented reality mini-games which utilise the PlayStation Eye and was released in Europe on 16 September 2010 and North America on 17 September 2010.
Up to four players, represented by Miis, compete against each other in a three, six or nine round trivia contest. The 3000 trivia questions cover a wide range of subjects, ranging from geography and general knowledge to pop culture, with a number of region specific questions.
Players are given timed multiple choice answers, with players selecting their answers on their screen with the Wii Remote, with the fastest lock-ins with the correct answer resulting in bigger prize money. Players can also take their chances for greater rewards by spinning a wheel with both good and bad outcomes after each round. At the end of the last round, the two highest scoring players are pitted against each other in the Final Duel to determine the winner.
In the Final Duel, the two finalists are asked questions, each one worth one point. Points are awarded for correct answers. If both contestants answer the same question correctly, the point is awarded to whichever player locked in with the correct answer the fastest. The first contestant to win five points is declared the winner, and half of the runner-up's money is added to the amount the winner had before the Final Duel.
In addition to the main game, a shorter quiz called "Quiz Attack" is also available for solo players.
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Buzz!: Quizz World is the ninth game in the Buzz! series of quiz games.
It allows users to use question packs purchased for previous Buzz! games as well as supporting user created content and online play. Unlike the previous PSP Buzz!, Buzz: Quiz World (PSP) supports DLC. As with all previous Buzz games the game is available in a game only (Solus) version or in a bundle which includes 4 wireless Buzz! Buzzers and a USB dongle for wireless connectivity (each dongle can connect 4 buzzers to the PlayStation 3).
Quiz World features a mix of old and new round types. For example, one new round hides the answers and then slowly reveals them.
A new feature in Quiz World is player profiling and the host Buzz addressing the player by name, informing them of their abilities and record as a player.
Buzz!: Quiz World also supported PlayStation Home rewards that are rewarded by winning the prize after a round of Buzz!: Quiz World. It supports full game launching for PlayStation Home as well.
In late-March 2010, Sony and Relentless released a patch for Buzz!: Quiz World that added a feature to allow players to post to Facebook from within the game. According to the companies involved, this made the game the first in the world to offer such functionality. The patched Facebook features allow players to post details of the game session just played, including the in-game names of those who took part, and who won.
Marvel Pinball is an arcade pinball video game developed by Zen Studios. It features Marvel Comics-themed pinball tables. It is available as a standalone game for the PlayStation 3 via the PlayStation Network, and as downloadable content for Pinball FX 2 on the Xbox 360 via Xbox Live Arcade. Its content on the PlayStation 3 is also playable in Zen Pinball 2. It is the second pinball title for the PlayStation 3, succeeding Zen Pinball. It was released on December 8, 2010 on the Xbox 360 and December 14, 2010 on the PlayStation 3.
The game was positively received by critics. It holds an aggregate score of 87.73% on the Xbox 360 and 82.85% on the PlayStation 3 at GameRankings. Reviewers praised the visual presentation of each table, and commented specifically on the bright colors and animated characters. Most reviewers felt the table design was excellent, however some felt that certain sections of the table felt bare. Critics generally felt that it was an excellent value for the cost. Sales during the month of its release exceeded 47,000 copies on the Xbox 360 and 19,000 on the PlayStation 3.