Summary: I tend to beat every game I buy. I did not beat this game. The first time we played it was at a party, and it was hilarious. I loved watching our guests attempt to play, and loved trying to play it myself. But on subsequent times, we noticed that: --The menu system is irritating --The sensors don't work perfectly, so even if you do it "right" it will often not sense it (& sometimes when you do it wrong, it will still say you succeeded).
Summary: I'm new to rhythm games, and this one just didn't hold my interest at all. Pretty boring, and after using the wii motion plus on other games, it's clear that this game could benefit from the added precision.
Conclusion: I got this game a couple of weeks ago and am really disappointed with it. The graphics look really dated and there is little skill involved in playing this game because the controls don't seem to be very responsive. I have played other similar rhythm games like the mini games on rabbids which is brilliant and thought this was the same but it isn't it is rubbish! I wish I could send it back!
Summary: I played this game at a friends recently. I own the Dreamcast version and in comparison the Wii version misses the mark considerably. It is fun and at the price I guess it's probably just about worth it. The Dreamcast version is *seriously* fun, with the Wii version you do not feel part of the game, the controls seem very very slightly out of sync with the graphics and this is were it fails. Having seen what SDA can be this simply should be better.