Summary: I bought the "Boogie" bundle for the microphone to use with guitar hero and Rockband. The Game - I gave the game a 2/5 due to the fact that the game took so long to get into and the controls where too complicated, I gave up halfway through the intro, due to boredom. The Mic - As I said early the mic was my main interest, it's a EA(tm) wired microphone with plenty of cable, the only problem I have is the mic isn't stable and "quivers" every you try and talk or sing into...
Summary: I got this mostly for the microphone and also because we'd been really getting into karaoke games lately and my son has had some trouble with them so I thought since this had the dancing via controller he might like the difference. He LOVED the game and they played it constantly all through christmas break. It has some really good music on it also. The only problem I had was while others had great luck with the microphone ours kept going kaput on us.
Summary: Bought this just for the microphone but it was good for a few laughs. It has some good songs, and the dancing is so ridiculous that you have to laugh at it. Might be a good game for younger kids. Microphone works great with Guitar Hero and Rock Band.
Summary: I haven't tried the game. I just bought for an extra mic, so I could use it with Beatles Rock band. It was cheaper than any other mic I could find, and I was pleasantly surprised that the ps2 mic works with the Wii.
Summary: This game was on the $10 rack at Wal-Mart. My kids were having some friends over to spend the night, so I picked it up as something to keep them busy. They fumbled through it a bit at first then wouldn't turn the thing off. They played it for hours, laughing the whole time. I even gave it a try and would have probably continued playing if the kids wouldn't have taken over. This isn't on the same level as Karaoke Revolution or DDR, but it is a lot of fun for the price.
Summary: My husband found this game on clearance at Best Buy for just $5 and thought, why not give it a try for such a cheap price? After playing it for 30 minutes we were both unimpressed. The karaoke part of the game is pretty bad. The on-screen cuing for the song lyrics was terrible and I'm not sure if something was wrong with the microphone, but our voices were extremely muffled even after playing around with the sound controls.
Summary: I haven't played the game (and may not, based on the many "meh" reviews here), but I would like to instead review the *microphone* that comes in this box. The microphone that comes with this game is the same quality as the ones that come in the Karaoke Revolution games. I have one of those, and this one, and they are almost identical. They both work equally well.
Summary: We love singing games and thought this would be similar to sing star or american idol...um, no. I dont understand the concept - you dance or something. But the mic works for other games so that made up for the game.