Summary: These songs should have had the cuss words edited out! I knew that the original versions of some of these songs had some bad words in them, but I figured that a Disney game that was rated E would have edited those songs. Instead there are a handful of songs on this game that my son is not allowed to play. I'm really disappointed in Disney for not doing some editing. And I'm disappointed that the ratings board considers this to be a game for everyone (Rated E).
Summary: Hercules....? Where are the songs from Hercules:" The gospel truth,I won't say im on love". Where's Pocahontas? That movie has some of the best songs. Where's Oliver & Company? (i think that's Disney) I agree with other reviewers, bad choice of songs! And there's only one song from Mulan on this disc. My favorite was "A girl worth fighting for",which isn't on here. I mean, reflection is a classic, but dang, they didnt leave us much to choose from, only 30 songs?
Summary: This game looked to be so much fun, and it would have been too, if only it would have worked with our newer TV. After calling to see if it can be fixed I find out they really should have put on the "outside" of the box (not just the inside where buyers can't see it) it is "NOT" compatible with all TV's (even newer ones). See, on some newer TV's, "unless" you have "Game" mode you won't be able to hear your voice on target with the song.
Summary: I expected so much more for $50. A majority of the songs were from Camp Rock which my kids don't know. They should have been titled "Camp Rock" Sing It. Only 2 Selena Gomez and Only 2 Justin Beiber (not very popular ones at that). The mic is very cheap compared to even the RockBand mics. I would recoment getting another mic and just the game if you really want this one. The game play is good and graphics are well done just like other Singing Wii games.
Summary: My daughter loves Karaoke so I got this for her 8 year birthday. But it's just like watching mtv while singing. She lost interests soon after 2 times, so I already trade it in. For the price, I'd rather get a karaoke one.
Summary: We were looking for more singing games after receiving GLEE KARAOKE REVOLUTION(which the whole family loves) for Christmas and was very disappointed with Sing It. The songs are teenie bopper songs.
Summary: I also agree with the other reviews as far as the song selections. However, the problem I had most, the others reviews didn't mention. The Microphone (if you purchased the bundle)made loud noise that channeled through the television, and after trying to fix this problem for about 30 minutes through the set up options, we really didn't get to play the game much at all because of the sound.
Summary: Agree with all prior reviews. Song selection makes you feel completely scammed by Disney (with Ariel and Belle featured on the front cover - major misrepresentation.) What are they gonna do, put out three more versions with one of the 'popular' songs on each so we hafta buy them all? No thanks, Disney. You suck. What everyone else failed to mention is how HOKEY this game really is! Compared to the other Wii games, it seems like it was cobbed together by a preschooler!
Summary: I agree with the others, the song selection stinks. This would be a GREAT game if there were songs that anybody wanted to sing. My kids played with this for a couple of hours the day we got it - singing the same two or three songs over and over - but it's been on the shelf since. I would love to see another version with some of the good songs!