Gay, straight, boy, girl, whatever, this game is flippin awesome.
FDragon "Frankie S", Amazon
28 July 2010
Summary: I tend to love games that let me sit on the couch.. Gimme a survival horror or rpg game any day over a dumb wii exercise game. I used to play a ton of ddr for exercise but as the years have passed my love for ddr has waned and I haven't found a suitable replacement. I then heard of a silly title called we cheer 2 and well I jumped at the opportunity to live out my skanky high school cheerleader fantasy.
Summary: I purchased this game after seeing the reviews. I like it and my son loves it, he created his own squad (he asked if boys cheer). I am still learning all the moves, somewhat fast paced but overall, it's fun and you do work up a sweat.
Summary: Both my 12 and 9yr old daughter love to play this game. So much so it travels out of state with us to play at Grandma's house. I like that it gets them moving and the music is not super annoying.
Summary: I'm almost 30 and I love love love We Cheer. My family, friends and I have had several laughs and hours of fun playing this game. We Cheer 2 does not disappoint. The graphics are better than the original We Cheer, and the addition of male cheerleaders has stifled many complaints by male players. I do like that this game is somewhat easier to play, you can pass many of the songs on the first try. There are now 3 levels for each song, so it's like having more routines.
Summary: This game is a lot of fun; you get to move and dance along with the music. The levels make it easy to get into the game and adjust how difficult you want it, like beginner is very lax and gives you points for 'almost', but advanced will only give you points for precise and correct moves. The different songs unlock incredibly quickly.
Our 8-year-old Daughter loves this game and really gets into it
Cute Chihuahua, Amazon
26 January 2010
Summary: My 8-year-old Daughter loves this game. She has been playing it daily competing against her friends. It seems to be more fun if you use two Wii remotes, one in each hand. But using two remotes is more difficult so you might want to practice with one at first. If you have a Daughter like ours that loves cheerleading and dance then she will probably like this game. You can create your own character and even select female or male and then totally customize them.
Summary: I bought the game after reading reviews about how awesome and fun it is but really all I have to do is stand in place, swing my arms around and I nail it on every level. It's not a challenge at all so it gets old and boring quite quickly. Maybe because I'm a former cheerleader its easy for me? I don't know .. but I'm not really getting this game.