'Scene It? Lights, Camera, Action' brings gamers together with friends and family for a casual trivia game that they all can play and enjoy. Using the simple and intuitive Big Button Controller, players can challenge their friends to see whose movie knowledge reigns supreme, with real content from their favourite movies and actors.
This social and engaging trivia experience ships with four wireless controllers, allowing up to four teams to challenge one another, and includes more than 1,800 questions with images, audio and high-definition (HD) movie clips from hundreds of films players will know and love. Gameplay enhancements ensure each game offers a fresh experience without repeats, and new questions and content can be downloadable to add to the fun with.
New movies, puzzle challenges and multiplayer action - 'Scene It?' for the Xbox 360 features five new types of puzzle challenge that are sure to keep gamers guessing all night long, including Credit Roll, where players guess the film based on the list of characters and actors; Child's Play, where they guess the name of the film based on a child's drawing of a film scene; and Quotables, where they are challenged to finish a famous line from a featured film. In addition, all 21 puzzle types have been designed to provide the ultimate multiplayer experience on Xbox 360.
Starring the Big Button Controller - 'Scene It? Lights, Camera, Action' is shipped with four new wireless Big Button Controllers, so each gamer has his or her own buzzer. Making games such as 'Scene It?' more approachable for all types of players, the Big Button Controller takes its inspiration from the game show buzzers of yesteryear but uses the latest infrared technology to minimize the chances of an argument over who answered first.
HD - 'Scene It? Lights, Camera, Action' offers a wide assortment of movie clips in HD format as well as hundreds of stills and audio clips from players' favourite films.
Minimal repeats - This Xbox 360 version keeps track of questions that have already been asked and minimizes repeats so players rarely get the same question twice.