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Disney Sing it: Party Hits is a karaoke game that was released in September 2010, just in time for the kids to add it to their Christmas lists.
On this game you sing songs that have been released by Disney Artists such as Ashley Tisdale, the cast from Camp Rock, Selena Gomez and the Jonas Brothers. This kind of music wouldn't really appeal to me however my little cousin (aged 11) loves it, though she also spends a lot of time watching the Disney Channel, Im guessing this would be a strong link.
There is not very many songs on this game, around 20 in total, I wasn't really familiar with a lot of the songs, though my cousin knew them all, she was so happy playing this game, I think in general it is catered to a younger audience.
Here is a short list of some of the tracks on this game:
Ashley Tisdale: Its's alright, it's ok (from The Suite Life of Zac and Cody)
Camp Rock 2: Brand New Day (from Camp Rock 2)
Demi Lovato: Remember December (from Sonny with a Chance)
Selena Gomez: Magic (Wizards of Waverly Place)
As you can see the artists on this game have Disney Roots, however I must admit none of the songs are really to my personal taste.
There are also however some songs included on this game that are not really Disney associated, these include:
Paramore: Brick By Boring Brick
Kelly Clarkson: Already Gone
Justin Bieber: One Time
Black Eye Peas: Boom Boom Pow
These songs are more well known to me than the 'Disney' songs and I am glad they were added in, giving me a bit more familiarity and the game more playability.
To play this game you sing into the microphone (that comes with the game), along with the words in the correct tone and keeping in time with the music. The more notes you hot correctly the higher you score. This game concept is really similar to other singing style games.
The graphics on this game are what you would expect from the Nintendo Wii, they are bright colourful and cartoon styled, they could be described as quite child-like compared to games available on the Xbox or Playstation, but I think that this is what attracts Nintendo fans as games are light hearted and fun to play/look at.
Overall I think that this game is more suited to a younger audience than myself. My cousin loves it, though I don't really see its appeal. If you or your kids watch The Disney Channel you may be familiar with the songs and artists on this game, however I am really not. The game is a great and easy to play sing a long game however for the fans.
*also posted on ciao under lorrainek90*