Like the fact that it came with a microphone but ...
LJ Davis, Amazon
17 September 2014
Summary: Like the fact that it came with a microphone but the song selection didn't hit well with my kids and it was only used once. The game records you why you sing, which my daughter liked because you could listen to it later.
Summary: My kids love this game and the songs. If you're having a hard time deciding which Sing It to purchase, Wikipedia has the entire song list of each one. It made the decision much easier since I know my kids love Camp Rock!
Amy Sumida, author of The Godhunter Series, Amazon
8 September 2014
Summary: I bought this because it was an affordable set that included the mic but I expected there to be some good songs on there as well. I'm a fan of Taylor Swift. Unfortunately, there was only one Taylor Swift song I liked(out of two) and most of the other songs were of artists I don't like.
Summary: Song choice could be better. I was shocked that "A part of your world" is left out. Other than that the game is great. You have an opportunity to earn stars and points and its not overly critical so my four year old saw improvement when she tried the song again. Which she loved. You can also play the song back that was just performed and listen to yourself sing. They have buttons to change the voice to a mouse, lion, or robot (not that exciting) .
Cannot get to work with Wii U and Nintendo Microphones
P. Breakfield IV "Tom Steele", Amazon
24 January 2014
Summary: I have a Wii U and two nintendo USB microphones. When I load the game, I get an error message saying it could not find the microphone. While I see that it says it requires a logitech microphone (or two) I (wrongly) assumed the the nintendo USB microphones made for the system would work. What is the point of having the nintendo microphones if some games work with other microphones and do not work with the system branded microphones?