Boogie (Wii) Reviews
Product Type: Electronic Arts Wii games
Newest Review: ... a black haired woman will come on singing. To skip all this press A. The blue boogie screen will come up and you must ... more
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Customer Boogie (Wii) Reviews (8)
by - written on 05/03/08 (Useful, 38 readings)
I got Boogie for Christmas and OK I never thought that I was going to get this game. Boogie is pretty bad as it features cover tracks and not the normal tracks. First of all when you start the game you get this annoying guy talking about how to play the game and you cannot skip it. Wait a moment I have already read the book I got with the game now I have to wait over 15 minutes to here some silly guy telling me how to play. If you hate pop music then this game is not really for you because all most every track is pop music. For the price this game is its pretty much beyond a joke its about £49.99 - £39.99 come on they could at least put the price down. You can ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/02/08 (Useful, 73 readings)
Boogie is a good family party game, you can sing and dance and anybody of all ages can play. You get a USB microphone with the game which allows you to do karaoke. There are 5 different characters that all have their own story, the music is limited and a bit slow and some time the controls can be hard to master. You can sing duets or group songs, also you get points for great moves you do and singing, you can go to the shop and buy new out fits unlock songs and also buy new stages to perform on, with this game you can record yourself singing and dancing and then edit it after which is quite a good feature. At first the game was very exiting and I enjoyed playing it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/03/09 (Very useful, 27 readings)
First of all, I liked that you could create your own little person and personalise it, and you had to get points by singing nicely and this gained access to more songs. Unfortunately, that's pretty much the only good words I have about this. I thought that the microphone you got with it was of bad quality, it felt cheap. Also, the songs it came with (which arn't many) we're old and you couldn't earn many others either. I didn't also like that you had to have another person with the controllers to dance, it's like they would have to pull the short straw! Initially, I wanted to get the Singstar (For PS2) and I wish I had, this game has been left of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/01/09 (Very useful, 11 readings)
Well... when this game came out I was overwhelmed with excitement! After I opened it I discovered it wasn't as good as I expected but never the less... it is still a good game. The main downfall is that you can't connect more than one mike. It is a shame that when you have people over for a good time that you can't do duets but never the less, we all sing anyway. There is a small selection of songs which are mostly pop which is quite a shame - so if your looking for variety this is not the game for you. The dancing area of the game is very simple but quite effective. You have to move the Wii-mote in time with the rhythm. Yes... you do ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/11/08 (Useful, 13 readings)
I brought this game as I loved Singstar and I thought it would be a great idea if you could dance at the same time. However, when the game arrived I was very dissapointed. The game isn't very good and gets boring very quickly. The game is aimed at young people and alienates everyone else. The gameplay isn't very good as you only do the dancing with your hands and there are very limited moves. The singing is not much better with backing singers helping you out. This ruins the game and makes it bad as the backing singers are young and don't sound very good. The game is aimed at younger people but the songs are older and they won't know them ... Read the complete review
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