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Scene It? Lights, Camera, Action
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Developer(s) Screenlife / WXP
Publisher(s) Microsoft Game Studios
Release date November 6, 2007
Genre Game show
Mode(s) Single player, Multiplayer
Age rating(s) ESRB: Teen (T)
Platform(s) Xbox 360
Media DVD-ROM
Input Gamepad, Big Button Pads
Credits | Soundtrack | Codes | Walkthrough
Scene It? Lights, Camera, Action is a video game adaptation of popular DVD-based party game of the same name exclusively for the Xbox 360. The game features over 1,800 questions. Downloadable content through Xbox Live was planned for the game for early 2008, however it never materialized. This is most likely due to the sequel, Scene It? Box Office Smash, being now released. The game was introduced at E3 2007 by Microsoft and released on November 6, 2007. The game includes footage from many movies including Kramer vs. Kramer, Caveman, and Charlie's Angels.

Gameplay

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Scene It? Lights, Camera, Action is identical in gameplay to the original DVD version, but features over 20 new types of puzzle challenges, including:

  • Credit Roll: the player guesses the film based on a list of characters and actors.
  • Quotables: the player must finish a line from a famous film.
  • Child's Play: the player guesses the name of a movie based on a kid's drawing of a scene from the film.

Big Button Pads

The game can be played with an Xbox 360 controller, but comes bundled with four special wireless controllers called Big Button Pads which resemble game show buzzers. Each controller has one large "buzzer" button at the top, the A, B, X, and Y Xbox 360 buttons arranged vertically, and an Xbox Guide button.

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The controllers use infra-red rather than Microsoft's proprietary wireless standard, and whilst the Xbox 360 has an infra-red receiver, it is not designed to interface with four devices simultaneously; therefore a sensor add-on is included and must be plugged into the 360 for the controllers to be usable.

Other games such as Uno and Wits and Wagers have added support for the Big Button Pads.

Awards

Scene It? Lights, Camera, Action was an Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences nominee for 2007 Family Game of the Year.[1]

Sequel

A sequel, Scene It? Box Office Smash was released on October 28, 2008.

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