Scene It? Twilight
is based solely off of the first movie in the series. I had made some assumption when I received it that, based on when it came out, we were going to have questions from both of the movies. I was very mistaken. It took a while, but we did start to see repeat material sooner than I hoped. In the original Scene it?
game, you had material from decades and decades of movies. Even in some of the specialized games, you have material from years of the shows having been on air. Here, you only had one movie. If you have seen the movie 40 times, can recite every spoken line from memory, and hang on Edward's every word, then you can ignore the ranting bits of the next few paragraphs and just know that this is the game for you. Go now and add this to your collection.
There are two modes to the game: Play and Party Play. Up to four of your fellow Twilight junkies can play at one time, and all will need to have their own controller. Playing either mode will help you unlock Bonus Material. Before you get your hopes up, the bonus material is not Edward or Jacob in compromising positions. It is just some scene clip art and promo photos. In Play, you will go through four rounds of questions with the victor being the one with the most points in the end. In Party Play, you choose the number of questions you will answer, and again, the player with the most points wins.
There are seven types of questions that will be asked of you. There is the garden variety Multiple Choice, where you will receive more points the faster you answer correctly. In Alice's Vision, you will have to guess a location as it is sketched. Finish the Line asks you to choose the correct ending to a spoken line from a movie clip. In Movie Clip, you will be asked a question after watching the clip. Sequentials was a cool one, mostly because I could remember timelines at least, where you had to put scenes in order. Silhouette asked you to identify who was missing in the scene. Upon Reflection asked you to guess who was hiding behind glittering stars as the picture slowly came into focus. With What's Missing, you had to find what had been digitally removed from the scene. Who Am I? provided you with clues and asked you to identify the character they were describing. Lastly is Who Said This?, which asks you to name the character who delivered the line.