Game details

Game:
The Shoot
AKA
Shooting Studio
Genre:
Shooter
Sub Genre:
Lightgun
Release Date (US):
October 19th, 2010
Release Date (UK):
October 22nd, 2010
Players:
1-2
Online Players:
TBA
Developers:
Cohort Studios
Publisher:
Sony Computer Entertainment
Rating:
T [Teen]
PSU Rank:
0 of 1166 Games
PSU Rank on PS3:
0 of 0 Games
Additional Information:
Only on PS3; PlayStation Move controller required

About The Shoot

Use the PlayStation Move motion controller to shoot, punch and dodge your way through five exciting Hollywood movie sets in The Shoot.

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PSU Review Score
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Avg. user review score:
6.0

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Summary

The Shoot offers mild entertainment in a quick arcade-style shooter package, but it is ultimately lacking in so many areas it is hard to justify the price tag.

We like

  • Tons of things to blow up on screen
  • The multiplayer offers some competitive fun
  • Offers a decent family-orientated experience

We dislike

  • The mediocre graphics and framerate issues
  • Too short for the price
  • The limited replay value

See PSU's review on Metacritic & GameRankings

There are a few in-game extensions that just go hand-in-hand with the application of motion controls. Swords, racquets, lightsabers, and boxing gloves all make sense, but the precise motion tracking of Move and arcade shooters go together like peas and carrots. So with a slew of Move titles competing for the more casual market, The Shoot enters the landscape as a moderately enjoyable, easy to play yet short arcade shooter&mdas...

The Shoot News

  • The Shoot dev Cohort Studios shuts down

    Dundee-based developer Cohort Studios, the firm behind PlayStation 3-exclusive blaster The Shoot, has officially closed its doors. According to Develop, the company said the decision to shut up shop boiled down to being faced with the "difficulties of being a console developer in a declining...

  • Cohort boss: Move is "a great piece of hardware"

    Lol Scragg, CEO of Cohort Studios, has heaped praise on Sony’s PlayStation Move controller, describing the new peripheral as a “great” piece of hardware and insisting it is “much more accurate” than the Wii remote. Speaking with the chaps at Develop, Scragg commente...

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