Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in t..., Amazon
9 August 2012
Summary: Boogie is a game that claims to be a singing and dancing game. However you can only do one or the other at a time - and the song list is fairly limited. The game is sold with a USB microphone which plus into the back of the Wii system. This is necessary for the singing half of the game. Luckily, it can also be used with other USB systems (computers etc) so at least if you don't like the game you do still get a microphone out of the purchase.
Summary: This game is jut awful. All of the songs are covers which stops the player from taking anything seriously. The "dancing" portion of the game is just a bunch of random Wii remote motions that you need to come up with to make the weird avatars move around and score points based on if you are on beat or not. There is no structure on how to dance. The singing part has poor pitch recognition (or maybe I'm just a bad singer :D ) and just isn't fun. Kind of a weird game...
Summary: If you are looking for decent karaoke songs for your wii, then this game is not a bad choice. The song selections are really pretty good, as long as you don't mind remakes. The songs are not performed by the orginal artists, but are good quality nonetheless. My family really enjoys karaoke portion of the game. The Story segment is just annoying.
Summary: I bought this game originally for the microphone that came with it. I made the mistake of buying Singit software only (without the microphone) not knowing that I needed the microphone for the game to work. I did not feel like spending $40 for the microphone only, so I got the bright idea to buy any game that came with a microphone thinking I could use that same microphone for sing it. I was wrong by the way, this microphone does not work with Sing it.
Summary: I love to sing and dance on the Wii, so clearly, this game seemed like a good choice. However, the tutorial takes FOREVER and it took me 2 separate times just to get through it - I couldn't figure out how to skip through. The song list is good, but the songs are not by original artists, so if you already know the originals it's frustrating to sing along with the covers (tempos and melodies are off). The dancing part is definitely the worst.