Reviews and Problems with High School Musical: Sing It!
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Avatars and quirks keep it from being 5 star
15 August 2011
Summary: It's fun to sing the HSM songs, but Disney missed a great opportunity with this one. Instead of integrating lyrics with the scenes from the movies / actors singing the sings (like the Disney Sing It! game for Wii), Disney chose avatars. Went for the money grab instead of quality. And not only that, the avatars are quirky as you can read from the other reviews.
Summary: We bought this game for our 6 year old daughter who is obsessed with High School Musical (1 & 2). We thought she'd love singing along with her favorite characters to the songs she sings repeatedly throughout the day. At first she did enjoy it but now that we have had it for a week, she is already asking me what else there is to do on the game. And like other parents have said, she gets very discouraged when she only gets a "c" grade for her attempts.
Summary: This game is ODD. It discourages young ones by not having a "non-scored" play option - my little one doesn't want to play it very much because she's getting Cs on some of the songs. It's not a true karaoke experience - you sing along with the characters. Also, when you chose a female character, you may be assigned the male part of the duet or vice versa - with harmonies rather than the recognizable tune of the song.
Summary: My niece got this game for Christmas. Thankfully we also got the Hannah Montana Wii game, we just weren't planning on giving it to her until her birthday. We had to give it to her early because of this lackluster game. If you are not musically talented and love karoke, this is not a game for you. She's a smart 8 and can sing a bit. Her friend is a talented singer too. Neither of them liked the game.
Summary: My friends kids just love High School Musical. They can practically recite both movies which is why its so sad but not unexpected that this poorly written and delayed game is another way to milk the HSM franchise. My first complaint is every single game uses the trigger button as a back button providing a consistent control scheme for menus. Not this game. The trigger is now the accept button.
Summary: (This is her daughter) [I HAVE NOT PLAYED THIS YET, RATINGS ARE NOT TRUE] I bought this with (2) USB Karaoke Microphones for Wii (apparently for Boogie) and they haven't arrived yet. But i read this games cover and it says that you need Logitech microphone which now costs nearly £20! I haven't tried it with the other microphones, but i am afraid that it won't work with them..
High School Musical: Sing it! (Wii) - honest review
19 July 2009
Excerpt: "...love a good sing-along to High School musical every now and then! The game has a good range of songs - with all of the songs featured in the first two High School Musical films and a couple of extra songs, not included in the films. You can unlock more songs and outfits for each of the characters as you go along, singing your heart out However, as much as this can be a laugh while mucking around with my friends, I do not feel that it was worth ...
Pros: Good fun when with friends
Cons: Only one microphone included, which isn't as good for a group of people wanting to play
Excerpt: "...is not a musical; it's high fool's ridicule. The game itself is based litterally on shouting down a mic and a machine telling you you sing well. This machine clearly has no ears. For this noise pollution you earn points to then buy, new places to sing in. It's exactly the same places but with different lighting! And new characters, which all sound exactly the same, and even look the same, hell the white guy's got an Afro! Sreiously, its a point ...
Pros: There is a quit button, thats it .
Cons: Its High school musical : need i say more, no online play, kills everyone else