Scene It: Bright Lights Big Screen
Multiplayer only and Sit close to the TV
The game is appropriately challenging and has unique types of questions. The graphics/animation would've gotten a higher-rating if not for font that is so small that we all had to move incredibly close to the tv to read it and even then it was still hard to read it (for questions, answers, and instructions). The clips are of DVD-quality. Some of the other animations are cheesy and unnecessary. The sounds the characters and the host make are annoying, but you can thankfully mute the host. The controls are easy-enough to manage once you are accustomed to the game. The game is quite boring if you're planning to pay by yourself, but is more fun if you have even one other person to play with. If I knew what I knew now, I wouldn't have paid the $** price tag. It is probably worth $**.