All Star Cheerleader (Wii): Slow, Easy Cheerleading
16 March 2012
Summary: All Star Cheerleader (Wii) We have recently got a Wii console and have been borrowing games until we could get some of our own. Most are quite expensive as many of you will probably know, though there are a few cheaper games we found in the C.E.X store. Perhaps, though, I should have realised that the price actually does resemble the quality...
S K Manganelli "..it's a beautiful lie....", amazon.co.uk
11 July 2011
Summary: First I have to say I didn't even TRY this on the wii balance board. Apart from the fact we only have one, I bought this game for me and my three daughters to have fun with. And we do!! We have four wii motion remotes and four nunchuks and didn't feel like we missed out on anything!! Creating your own cheerleader is a MUST. You go through the career mode to create your own avatar which makes it a lot more personalised when you play multi player.
Summary: I didnt actually buy this game. OK so I did, but it was part of a 'bundle' from a second hand seller from eBay. I was actually buying the Wii & Wiifit, but this came included along with a TV and a few other things. First of all yes, its a slow progression game, progressing in both ability and very slow in story, but as the 'career' game is split over weeks and ment to be covering a real cheerleaders progression I think thats ok.
Pros: great for improving coordination and having fun
Cons: can seem slow story wise, may be too perky for some
All Star Cheerleader (Wii): Energetic multiplayer game requiring lots and lots and lots ...
6 September 2009
Summary: The box promises endless excitement "Join the Squad and be the Cheerleader of your Dreams". The cheerleader of my dreams would be a svelt size 10 with double jointed hips and endless energy. The reality is a considerably larger 33 year old with a tendancy to creak first thing in a morning. Still the box claims a 3 year old can attempt it. How hard can it be? Extremely so is the answer.
Summary: Ok so I'm 22 but I think there could possibly be a bit of wannabe cheerleader in every girl! Maybe not, maybe it's just me but I have always wanted to be in highschool in america and on the cheerleading sqaud instead on boring belfast! So, last week I though my dreams came true when my boyfriend returned from game with two games one of which being ALL Star Cheerleader.
Pros: Become an all sar cheerleader in your own living room!
Cons: There is a very high risk of looking rather pathetic unless you are under 150 cm
All Star Cheerleader (Wii): Cheer? .... I don't think so Sonny Jim!
14 July 2009
Summary: I bought this game a few weeks ago. It was a tough choice between this and 'We Cheer'. I decided on All star cheerleader as it had slightly better reviews and seemed to be aimed at a wider audience than We Cheer, which is supposedly aimed at pre teen girls. Being 24 (but still 14 at heart!), I thought I might be better suited to All Star. Oh dear, I wish I'd never bothered.