You know when Christmas is approaching when the games start flooding in, and more specifically, the family games. Titles such as You’re In The Movies and Lips have opened the Xbox 360 into the more casual market. Accompanying them two is Scene It? Box Office Smash, the latest in the Scene It? video game series. Developed by Krome and Screenlife and published by Microsoft Game Studios, Scene It? BOS looks set to bring the family closer together, in a unique gaming experience.

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 What do two of the gaming world’s most recognisable video game characters do when they’re not featured in a game for ten years? Apparently, they sit around eating pizza and playing video games not having a care in the world. This is what I was introduced to when I started playing Nuts & Bolts, and from that moment on I just knew the game would provide me with humour like I’d never seen before.

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Lights. Camera. Action. You’re In The Movies looks set to be the breakthrough into the casual market for the Xbox 360. Developed by Zoe Mode and published by Codemasters, the game plays similarly to how the PlayStation’s Eye Toy works with an additional feature. Players participate in numerous mini-games and that footage is then compiled into a short movie.

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