You're In The Movies
You're in the Movies is a party game for the Xbox 360 that is bundled with the Xbox Live Vision Camera, developed by ZoŽ Mode. It was released by Codemasters in the United States and the United Kingdom in 2008, and in Australia and Japan in 2009. The game is a process of filming a movie on one of the 30 scenarios that can involve up to four people. Actions include the application of make-up, jogging in place, driving a car and playing volleyball. Previous video can be stored on the console, as well as to send to friends via e-mail. The game was first previewed at Microsoft's Press Conference at E3 2008 in July 2008. It was later shown at the Games Convention one month later. The game has met with mixed reviews, receiving criticism for the Xbox Live Vision Camera bundled with the game.
You're In The Movies Gameplay
You're in the Movies uses the bundled Xbox Live Vision Camera where players are required to play mini-games by mimicking actions that will appear in a movie trailer, which are in a context of various sci-fi, thriller, and adventure stories. Scores are awarded based on how closely each player manages to mimic the action required. Afterwards, players have to do a series of pick-up shots by assuming various facial expressions for the camera, such as an evil grin or a look of intense concentration. Videos can be shared to people in different households via links sent by Xbox through email.