The Movies Game screenshots

TheMoviesGame.jpgOver at Eurogamer they’ve got some more information on The Movies Game.

“As we’re trying to make a game that appeals to everyone, we have to be careful so that we remain within our targeted age rating,” says Lionhead. “We’re looking for the right balance to accommodate our older and younger players.” Bahh.

Those who don’t like violence anyway, preferring to watch boring films made in France where everyone smokes and nothing happens, may be pleased to know that “YES – you can add subtitles” to your movie…

… “You’ll be able to make movies with the sets you placed down in your lot. The more sets you build, the more variation you can put into your movies.

…”You can take a close look at them [actors at the Stage School] to see if they have the right appearance, experience and mood to become one of your Stars….If you hire them and they don’t have quite the right look, just drop them into Wardrobe to change their costume, hairstyle, etc… and restyle them.” Hurrah! Let’s all shave J-Lo’s head!

Sounds like it’s going to be a complex and really indepth game. Have a look at their screenshot gallery, and see their full review. In summary, they like it:

The Movies is shaping up to be one of the most eagerly anticipated games around. It’s probably wise to express cautious excitement at this point, but from what we’ve seen it’s got ‘bigger than The Sims’ written all over it.

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