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praised the game's quick and easy take on the shooter genre along with the game's visuals and clever enemy design. Its only criticism was that sometimes controls can feel sluggish. Ars Technica
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also queried an initial controller lag, but stated that the player soon gets used to it. It also went on to praise the game's price and replay value.
Now Gamer summed up its review by saying "The Shoot
was never going to set the gaming world alight, but it is a charming and highly enjoyable title at a budget price than anyone with Move should definitely try."
Digital Chumps closed its review with "If you have the PlayStation Move, you need The Shoot
. It's a great, fun addition to the genre and makes good use of the Move controller."
Video game talk show Good Game
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gave the game a 7 out of 10 saying that the game uses the Move well as well nailing the visuals and having decent replay value.