TV Superstars

TV Superstars

2010

System
PlayStation 3
Publisher
Sony Computer Entertainment
Developer
SCE Cambridge Studio

4.0

Game Rating

User Ratings: 5

Our Review: 3/10

TV Superstars News

September2011

  • News Move Controllers 50% Off, Games for $9.99

    GameStop offers deal "while supplies last"

    If you have been holding off on picking up a Move, there's no better time than now. GameStop is unloading its Move controllers and accessories at a huge 50% off discount. That means you'll be able to pick up a Move controller for $24.99, the SharpShooter for a cool $19.99, and a Navigation controller or...

November2010

October2010

  • Out Today Friday October 29th 2010 (Europe)

    Four titles inbound for Movers

    Today is one of the biggest release days of the calendar across all formats, so it's no surprise that PlayStation Move is also receiving a bumper crop of titles, with a stack of motion controlled games making their way to retailers across Europe. Televisual party game TV Superstars arrives alongside televisual shooting...

  • News Patched for Move: High Velocity Bowling (Free)

    At long last, it's here

    Up until now, only PlayStation Plus owners have been able to use the Move features in High Velocity Bowling, leading some to speculate that the update would cost non-subscribers. The good news is that the update hit in yesterday's PlayStation Store update and is absolutely free. Other content available in the Store now...

  • News TV Superstars Hogs the Limelight in Europe's PSN Update

    New avatars and themes up now

    Yesterday's US PlayStation Store update brought with it Heavy Rain videos and a playable demo of The Shoot, but the European update isn't quite so interesting, unless you're crazy about TV Superstars that is. The upcoming small-screen party game gets a pre-release boost in the form of a brand new premium theme and...

  • Out Today TV Superstars (North America)

    Televisual party game incoming

    You might have dabbled in a spot of TV Superstars in the demo available on the Starter Disc or PlayStation Network, and if you liked what you played then starting today you can pick the game up in stores across North America. Featuring a range of minigames all based on fictitious reality TV shows, the idea is to do...

September2010