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Scene It? hits Xbox

Mattel’s popular Scene It? DVD quiz is to appear as a video game.
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Microsoft has announced that it is producing an Xbox version of the quiz. Scene It? Lights, Camera, Action for Xbox 360 was revealed during the company's media briefing at the E3 gaming expo and says it will play a big part in its push into the casual gamer market.

Also revealed was a wireless Big Button controller, which will give the game a quiz show feel not too dissimilar to Sony's Buzz! series. As with Buzz! the controllers feature a simple layout and a large button that even the most novice of gamers should be able to get to grips with.

Scene It? will challenge gamers with questions from the world of movies, making use of HD video clips and audio samples to see who has the greatest movie knowledge. The game will feature over 1,800 questions and will keep track of those already asked to prevent too much repetition.

New content will be offered to download to keep the game fresh long after its initial release. Scene It? Lights, Camera, Action is due out at Christmas exclusively for Xbox 360 from ScreenLife Games and Microsoft Game Studios.

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