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Sing It: Family Hits

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Disney Sing It: Family Hits

Playstation Illustrated
16 October 2010
  • Excerpt: Music is everything in a rhythm game, and Disney Sing It: Family Hits has the benefit of nearly 75 years of Disney classics to pull at its side. Unfortunately, it doesn't get nearly the mileage it could, putting a damper on an otherwise fun, family title. Family Hits commits the rhythm game equivalent of fielding a football team and leaving Drew Brees, Randy Moss or Peyton Manning on the bench.
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Fun karaoke game with classic Disney movie clips.

Common Sense Media
14 October 2010
  • Summary: Parents need to know that Disney Sing It: Family Hits is a karaoke game based on the music from several of Disney's classic animated films. The game comes in two versions, without the microphone (the version reviewed here) and bundled with a microphone for $10 more. The game is about singing song lyrics in time to the music, maintaining the right vocal pitch, and recording the highest score.
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Overall 7

Disney Sing It: Family Hits

Gaming Evolution
5 October 2010
  • Conclusion: Disney Sing It: Family Hits has a lasting appeal that far outweighs any other karaoke-based game that has released before it. Disney fans will come back to this title many times over as they look to acquire all the trophies (PS3 only) and simply have fun with friends and family. The fact there isn’t any DLC of any kind for this title does hurts its longevity; however simply because this title augments the Disney experience that has been going strong for more than 70...
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Review: Disney Sing It: Family Hits (Sony PS3)

Diehard GameFAN
30 September 2010
  • Summary: Disney Sing It: Family Hits not only finally provides a chance to sing classic Disney showtunes in a karaoke fashion, but also the ability to view clips of Disney movies in full high definition. For many of these films, this is your first chance to see them in such a fashion. The game itself is one of the better karaoke games out there, with a sliding difficulty setting to ensure everyone can have fun belting own their own rendition of something like “Hakuna Matata.
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