Summary: i just have to review this game EA promised us morefreedom with the dancing but u end up having to much freedom and poor motion detection and the microphone that comes with it terrible you can sing lyrics to another song boogie does do a few things right its got style thats shown through the pretty cel shaded animation the robust character customization and the spot on create a video mode but believe me buy SOMETHING ELSE
Summary: The product description and video suggests this is a versatile game or a simple karaoke. I did not find this to be the case.This game was complicated to navigate. Even my daughter who is more technology savvy than I didn't like it. Not user friendly at all.
Summary: I recieved Boogie as a christmas present about two years ago. as soon as i got it i started playing on it. I just want you all to see what you are buying before you buy it When you insert the game and click on it on the wii menu, it comes up with the way to put your wrist srtap on. it then has a plain black screen which will then change so it is a plain black screen with a white little light in the bottom right hand corner; this means your game is loading.
Summary: Being a karaoke fan and after enjoying playing High School Muscial 2 sing it on the wii I went out to buy it. I could not find it so I bought wii boogie instead - as it was another singing game and you got a microphone. I have to say that this has been the most disappointing wii game that I have purchased to date.
Summary: 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.
Pros: You could create your own little person and earn songs
Summary: 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.
Pros: Easy to pick up, Good for family get together, Popular Songs.
Boogie (Wii): A good prospect but does it deliver?
2 November 2008
Summary: 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.
Summary: I decided that after playing a friends singstar on the PS2 that I would get Boogie for my wii as I thought that it would be better as you can dance at the same time. When I bought the game it was priced at £29.99 this included the microphone. It now costs £12.60 on Amazon. The game is supposed to let you sing or dance using either the microphone included for the singing or the wii remote and nunchuk for the dancing.
Pros: Not much
Cons: Not as good as the advertising makes it sound