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The Shoot - Standard Edition

by Sony Computer Entertainment
PlayStation 3
3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • ESRB Rating: Teen Teen
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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The Shoot - Standard Edition + Time Crisis: Razing Storm - PlayStation 3 Standard Edition
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The Shoot is a first-person oriented shooter game for PlayStation 3 that uses the PlayStation Move motion controller and the PlayStation Eye peripheral* to create a unique motion-controlled arcade gaming experience. Set amidst a movie-themed game setting, players use a single PlayStation Move motion controller to target appropriately movie-themed enemies and to interact with the gameworld, while the PlayStation Eye camera monitors their location for enemies bent on returning fire of their own. Additional features include two-player support, 480p and 720p HD video support and more.

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The Shoot is an over-the-top, first-person oriented arcade shooter that allows players to inflict mass destruction on the various sets of an action movie that they are also participating in. Gameplay features players shooting it out against themed enemies across these various movie scenes, using a single PlayStation Move motion controller which acts as your weapon and the PlayStation Eye camera peripheral serving as a means to track your position in relation to the sets you face. Actions possible with the Move motion controller include shooting, punching, dodging and special moves to take out enemies, but players need to remember that the movie scenes before them may also contain innocent characters. Avoid these bystanders, or you'll lose movie "takes," which serve as lives in-game. In marking your position, the PlayStation Eye also relates to enemies where you are, so players can expect return fire as well. The game's highly destructible environments also allow for maximum damage during drawn out firefights, eventually leaving nowhere to hide.

Key Game Features

  • First-person orientated arcade shooter featuring motion controller based gunplay utilizing the combination of the PlayStation Move motion controller and the PlayStation Eye camera peripheral
  • Powerful special attacks such as Rampage, Showtime, and Shockwave, that allow players to wreck havoc on action movie sets that fill the game
  • Highly destructible environments that can be shot away to expose enemies, secret powerups, bonus items and deleted scenes
  • 5 themed movie sets including Haunted House Party, Outlaws, Robot Rebellion, Deep Perils, and The Mob
  • Multiplayer game support for up to two players
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Robotomus Prime on a rampage in The Shoot
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Taking on spirits in the Haunted House Party in The Shoot
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Battling robots in The Shoot
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Undersea scene from The Shoot
5 movie themed sets.
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*PlayStation Move motion controller and PlayStation Eye camera sold separately and required for play.

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Use the pinpoint accuracy and motion tracking of the PlayStation Move to dodge attacks and take out the bad guys. From robots to outlaws, no villain on the set is safe. Bring a friend along for the ride to turn this shoot into a buddy flick. With five locations to shoot and unlimited bullets, you can bet this is going to be fun. It'll take precise aim, mighty power moves, and a whole lot of bravado to pull this off, but that's exactly why you're playing.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Shooter game no more Feb. 26 2012
By zacklee TOP 1000 REVIEWER
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Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
Game is OK. Not very addicting. Pretty much just shooting targets. And the guy hacking as you play very annoying. Don't pay too much for this game. Very Basic.
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4.0 out of 5 stars The Shoot PS3 Game March 20 2012
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
This game was fun and fairly easy to play. I really enjoyed it and I would recommend it for sure!
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Amazon.com: 3.6 out of 5 stars  69 reviews
53 of 54 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars WOW! Was I wrong about this game! Oct. 22 2010
By Dustin Burt - Published on Amazon.com
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Sometimes you are wrong about something and you are sad to learn you could be so stupid. This is not one of those times. I was a little disappointed with the length of Time Crisis: Razing Storm so I bought this game to use with my MOVE Precision Shot 3 and was glad I did.

The Good:
The different motifs and varied environments keep you entertained and ready for more.
The sections take close to thirty minutes to complete. Just about the time your hand starts to hurt you have made it to the end.
The set designs are AMAZING, and get better as you progress through the game. When I played the Western themed demo I was not impressed, the further you progress the more inventive and elaborate the sets get. The Sci-Fi Robots and Zombies are very detailed and well done.
Playing through a scene again you start to see combo shots that you may have missed last time.
Small details like reflecting light from lamps and robot lights would not be possible on the Wii.
I thought Time Crisis: Razing Storm would be the better of the two Move shooters but I was wrong.

The Bad:
The gun calibration has a tendency to drift. The problem starts when you calibrate the aim. The developer only provides two shots for reference points. This leaves you retrying the calibration multiple times to have it feeling right with the gun attachment. You will also notice while playing the aiming crosshair will, like I said, drift a little to the left or right from when you calibrated. I do not know if it is from scooting around on the couch from the spot you originally calibrated. This may be a problem with the move tech, I hope not. Some light gun shooter purist will find this unacceptable and I can understand why. I love the feeling of aiming down the gun sites with no onscreen curser AREA 51/Point Blank style. When they figure out how to do it with the Playstation Move I will be overjoyed.
If you can get past not using the iron sites then this game is worth the price of admission. Light gun fanatics like me should have a blast.
31 of 34 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars 2 player locked! April 2 2011
By Ctyve Sabbai - Published on Amazon.com
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
Can someone tell me why the hell is the 2 player version of this game is locked!? so to be able to play 2players first you have to play the 1player version and unlock each level! its pretty sad when my nephew has to sit there and watch me play the 1player version first jus so he can play too!!! WTF are the developers thinking!? its 2011 why are game companys still making these kinds of mistakes!?
20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not great for two players Jan. 30 2011
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
Just a heads up for people who want this for two player capability. You must clear a level first to make it available for two in the score mode.

Note that you also must clear a level at a high enough score to unlock the next level - what this means is you need to do a lot of solo playing to unlock levels before you can enjoy any casual two player action. I would also say that by the time you clear a level you aren't exactly in the mood to repeat the level all over in two player.

So this game is not a good choice if you want to jump right in and play with a friend. (Just another example of the ridiculous mindset that refuses to let you have fun playing a game with a friend because of some arcane code of logic that makes you spend hours of grinding to earn the right to use two player.)

Otherwise its a fun shooter for playstation move, but see other comments on the calibration - there is some trial and error needed to get it to aim right.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars hopefully the Shoot 2 will be better. Feb. 5 2012
By Louie the Italian Jew - Published on Amazon.com
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Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Don't get me wrong, this is a great game, but with some problems. The first problem is save points. I played this game about 30 minutes or so, and was taken back to the beginning after I died. I then started over, and the same thing happened. So, I invested one hour into a game, and have to start at the beginning with a scene I already saw. I finally decided to play again. I finally beat the train gang level, but was told I needed 400,000 points to open the next level. Are you kidding me? I work. I don't want to play the same level because I saw it, and want to see new stuff. Guess not. I played it a fourth time, and went to the Robot level, but was still upset with all the time I wasted trying to open new levels (the trick is to sit closer to the TV,instead of 15 feet away. LOL). This is a precision game, and is based off of multipliers. So, if you shoot 30 cardboard figures in a row, and then miss, your multiplier is now 15.
The second problem I saw was "Showtime". To activate "Showtime", you have to twirl the Move controller 360 degrees. I'm not exactly sure what that means, but moving the controller towards me and back to the screen in a full circle. The problem I found though is that if the Move controller is tilted upwards, Showtime doesn't work. The directions at the beginning of the game didn't really explain Showtime well enough, although I figured it out, and have activated it several times. The problem is that this motion feels awkward. Why couldn't I point at something on screen to activate Showtime instead of twisting my wrists?
The third and final problem I have is that you must move the Move controller to the left or right to avoid certain shots like the Quickdraw minigame or when the bad guys throw knives at you (if you don't shoot the knife). For me, this has no place in a light shooter game. Takes away from the fun factor IMO.
Overall, this is a very fun game, although very frustrating because of the save points and the movements to get special moves going. I think it would be better to press a button on the Move controller or point at an object on screen. I do believe if Sony addressees these issues, The Shoot 2 will be a hot selling game.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Surprisingly challenging and deep with great visuals Nov. 6 2010
By P. Webb - Published on Amazon.com
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
The move does one thing very well, and that is shooting games, the accuracy combined with the HD capability is giving us an arcade light gun experience at home. The Shoot plays like a classic on rails "light gun" game but sheds convention like a snake losing skin throughout the 5 episodes that dot the brightly colored cartoonish backgrounds and foregrounds. There is more to do than your average gun game as well, you are looking for poster pieces to unlock non shooter style minigames one for each scenario. You also have to focus on accurate shooting as unlocking the next movie requires a few tries in the later levels but you will master the tactics of the games RAMPAGE/SLOWMO/GROUNDBLAST doing so. Once you learn the tricks you can go for high scores on the individual chapters of each shoot, or play the challenges in co-op. Debris and set pieces will block your shot as the foreground and background and targets are all in their own space making this game highly replayable even though the targets pop up in the same places each play through and the bosses never vary their routine. This is where we get to the missing star if this game had randomized targets and didn't lose calibration sometimes when doing the slo-mo 360 spin I would go higher. As it is I was smiling all the way through the playable credits. Bring on the DLC.
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