Summary: Well I bought it because I thought I could download songs from the web but I discovered that this is an option only available in U-Sing 2 and probably even there is not comparable with the huge list of songs available for the PS3. U-Sing is inferior to We-Sing. with We-Sing my voice is fluid but with U-Sing there is always a delay between my voice and the song and this make a little difficult to get a good performance.
Summary: For anyone that likes a bit of karaoke this game has lots of potential but unless I've received a dud, this has a serious flaw. There is a slight but very noticeable delay on the playback of your own singing, so you hear the track and sing along in time although your voice through the mic only comes out a split second later so you're hearing yourself back while already singing a new line. This completely ruins it for me. Has no one else had this problem?
Excerpt: --Introduction-- U-Sing Girls Night, the perfect singing game for girls into modern pop music with songs like Pixie Lott's Mama Do and Rihanna's Umbrella, you will find this a great addition to any teenage girl party. WARNING- This is rated 12 and there are some words which may not be appropriate for younger audiences.
Pros: modern chart music, music video, different modes, download content
Excerpt: Well what can I say after a couple of glasses of wine of a weekend me and my friends are partial to a bit of usually 'Singstar' action however my ps2 has been playing up lately someone closed it with the cable in one night and now it only works when it feels like it so I was overjoyed to find that wii now do singing games too.
Excerpt: Having played singstar on the Ps3 i was interested in the wii's new singing games the first one i bought was u sing. This while looking boring was quite fun not my usual fair but fun after a drink or two. a good range of songs were displayed on the box and the price not being to excessive i decided to give it a go. Upon the game loading you are presented with the first menu screen one player two player, jukebox, options and practice mode.
Summary: In principle this game has it all, however when we started playing it began to unravel. Firstly we could not hear our voices through the mic, although it was working and registered how horrifying or magnificent we were! After reading what other people have suggested i.e. adjust TV volume or play game through stereo speakers, it still made no difference. Secondly, you are supposed to be able to listen back to your 'performance', how?